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Nikon D7500

alaTest has collected and analyzed 45 reviews of Nikon D7500. The average rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Digital Compact Cameras for all reviews. People really like the usability and sensor. The portability and screen are also appreciated. Opinions are divided on the durability. Some have doubts about the flash and color.

performance, screen, portability, sensor, usability

battery, storage, memory, color, flash

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Digital Compact Cameras the Nikon D7500 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 100/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by: Michael Palmer (steves-digicams.com)

Nikon D7500

 

When looking at and testing a new camera, reviewers often subconsciously compare the new model to a previous camera from the same manufacturer. When I was holding and testing the Nikon D7500 recently, I kept thinking back to the Nikon D500. And that's...

Sep, 2017

Expert review by: Jim Fisher (pcmag.com)

Nikon D7500

 

The Nikon D7500 SLR inherits many of the features of the flagship D500 and is available for a lot less money, but omits some features found in previous D7000 models.

20.9MP APS-C image sensor. 8.1fps continuous shooting. 50-shot Raw, 100-shot JPG buffer. 51-point autofocus system. Tilting touch LCD. Weather-sealed body. 4K video capture. SnapBridge Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

4K video is cropped. Autofocus system not as robust as D500. Only one memory card slot. Omits Depth of Field Preview function. No battery grip option.

The Nikon D7500 takes two steps forward from the D7200, and then turns around to take a step back. It offers some serious improvements—a faster capture rate with a large shooting buffer, a more robust implementation of a trusted autofocus system,...

Aug, 2017

DT Recommended Product

Expert review by: Daven Mathies (digitaltrends.com)

Nikon D7500 review

 

Nikon's new D7500 isn't as beastly as the D500, but it still packs a serious bite.

8 fps continuous shooting ; 3D AF tracking works very well ; Image buffer holds 50 uncompressed RAWs ; Dust- and splash-proof ; 4K video

Lacks some high-end features of D7200 ; 4K video is severely cropped

Jun, 2017

Highly Recommended

Expert review by: Amy Davies (photographyblog.com)

Nikon D7500 Review

 

The D7500 is Nikon's latest enthusiast level DSLR. It features the same 20.9 megapixel APS-C sized sensor as found in the top-of-the-line D500, making it a good alternative for those who are tempted by the more expensive camera but don't quite have the...

For enthusiasts who are excited by the D500 but didn’t want to spend the high asking price it commands, the Nikon D7500 is a great alternative. With it, you almost get a mini D500, especially given that it uses the same sensor and processor combination.

Jul, 2017

Expert review by: Mike Tomkins (imaging-resource.com)

Nikon D7500 Review

 

It's no longer the DX-format flagship, but the Nikon D7500 is nevertheless an extremely capable camera, and comes with a pricetag that's much more affordable than the D500, despite including the same imaging pipeline and many of the same features. Its...

New carbon fiber body is light, compact and very comfortable; Same excellent image quality as the flagship D500; Quick 8.2 frames per second burst shooting with generous buffer; Very fast, accurate autofocus; Tilting touch-screen display; Very good...

White balance tends warm under incandescent lights; Only a single flash card slot; Doesn't support portrait / battery grip accessories; No rear infrared receiver any more; non-CPU AI lenses will be manual only; 4K video comes with a heavy crop; Movie...

When Nikon launched its D7000 DSLR back in late 2011, you could say that it created something of an instant classic. The D7000 perfectly hit the sweet spot for enthusiasts and even as a second or third body for many pros. It was affordable and yet...

Sep, 2017

Editor's Choice

Expert review by: Theano Nikitas (tomsguide.com)

Nikon D7500 Review: The Best DSLR Under $1,500

 

The Nikon D7500 is an excellent addition to the company's DX-format camera line. One can almost think of it as the younger sibling to the D500, with the same stellar image quality and incredible speed and AF accuracy. Its video autofocus performance...

Excellent image quality ; Speedy continuous shooting ; Fast autofocus ; Responsive touch screen ; Extensive feature set

No dual card slots ; 4K video cropped ; AF erratic in video capture

The Nikon D7500 is an advanced-enthusiast DX-format camera that impresses with its top-notch image quality and blazingly fast performance.

Sep, 2017

Expert review by: Eric Reagan (photographybay.com)

Nikon D7500 Now Available

 

The Nikon D7500 (aka the D500 Jr.) is now available and shipping to customers. The Nikon D7500 comes equipped with the same 20.9-megapixel image sensor, EXPEED 5 processor and wide ISO range as the…

Check it out here at B&H Photo.

Jun, 2017

Expert review by: Eric Reagan (photographybay.com)

Nikon D7500 Unveiled with Powerful Image and Video Options

 

Nikon just announced the new D7500 as the successor to the very popular D7200. In a lot of ways, the spec sheet on the D7500 reads like it's the D500 Jr.

The Nikon D7500 retails for $1249.95 for the body only and is available in kit form with the AF-S 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens for $1749.95. The camera ships “Summer 2017.” Check it out here at B&H Photo.

Apr, 2017

Expert review by: Jeff Keller (dcresource.com)

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S90

 

In this review I'm taking a look a the DSC-S90. How does it perform? Find out now

Very good photo quality ; Good value ; Huge 2.5" LCD is usable in bright outdoor light and in low light too ; Very good performance ; AF-assist lamp; good low light focusing ; Excellent movie mode ; Redeye was not a problem ; Support for conversion...

More manual controls would be nice ; Unimpressive burst mode ; Memory Sticks cost more than other card formats ; Except for the tutorial, bundled software is lousy ; Can't swap memory cards while camera is on a tripod

Overall the DSC-S90 gets my recommendation -- it's an impressive camera for the money. If you want to save $50 and don't mind a smaller LCD, the DSC-S60 is basically the same camera, except that it gets even better battery life.

Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Jeff Keller (dcresource.com)

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-N2

 

Everything else is unchanged. That means that the N2 has a compact, all-metal body, a 3X optical zoom lens, a huge 3-inch touchscreen LCD, limited manual controls, a built-in photo album, and a VGA movie mode. Heck, you can even "paint" over your images

Very good photo quality (though see issues below) ; Stylish, compact metal body ; Enormous LCD display (though see issues below) ; Low noise through ISO 400 ; Snappy performance in most areas ; Some manual controls ; AF-assist lamp; good low light...

Blurry corners ; Redeye ; Unimpressive burst mode ; Big LCD attracts fingerprints; clunky touch-based menu system ; No optical viewfinder ; Only three aperture choices available at any one time in manual mode ; Needs more manual controls, especially...

All-in-all, the Cyber-shot DSC-N2 is a nice ultra-compact camera, and one that I can recommend to most people. If you take a lot of photos in unusual lighting conditions then I'd skip it, but for everyone else, it's a good choice. One shopping hint for...

Jan, 2008