Nikon has released D7500, its latest midrange DSLR camera. With 20.9MP image sensor, 51-point AF system and 4K video recording, the camera delivers high performance for shooting and recording. Want to learn more a or D7500? Let’s continue checking.
Nikon D7500 is a high performance DSLR camera that measures 5.4 x 4.1 x 2.9 inches and weighs 22.6 oz. Compared with Nikon D750, the new addition shows off a more portable and lighter form factor, and the familiar ergonomic contours and integrated grip let you comfortably and stably hold the camera in your hands for shoots. Moreover, using monocoque design and extensive weather sealing, the D7500 withstands moisture, dust and some heavy use.
The D7500 comes equipped with a 20.9MP DX-format image sensor paired with EXPEED 5 image processing engine in order to produce high-quality imaging, and with a wide sensitivity range up to ISO 51200, the DSLR has the ability to capture clear and sharp images with rich colors even in low light conditions. Meanwhile, D7500 supports 4K UHD or Full HD video recording.
Using 51-point focusing system with 15 cross-type sensors and group-area AF, the DSLR camera quickly and accurately capture various subjects even in low light, and its 180,000-pixel RGB sensor accurately detects human faces for improved AF performance.
In addition, the D7500 also features a tilting 3.2″ touchscreen for more flexible shooting and intuitive controls. Built-in WiFi and Bluetooth allow you to wirelessly transmit photos and videos from your D7500 to smartphone or tablet for easy to share and further edit. Apart from these, its rechargeable battery offers up to 950 shots on a single charge.