We’ve already looked at how the Nikon D7500 fits into Nikon’s lineup, and how it compares to the more expensive D500 and its outgoing predecessor, the D7200.
But now, we’re going to look at how it compares with Canon’s EOS 80D.
The EOS 80D is older, admittedly, launching in February 2016 with an MSRP of $1199, though it currently sells for $1099. The D7500 was announced in April of this year, and its MSRP and selling price are currently both $1299. So you pay a little more, and get a newer camera with the D7500, but what does that actually translate to? Let’s find out.
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