The Nikon D7200 was, and still is, an extremely capable camera. So for Nikon to truly make its successor worth its salt, something other than a granular update was needed. Fortunately, the new Nikon D7500 features enough improvements, including a lot of tech pulled from the APS-C flagship D500, that all signs point to it being the successor we’d hoped for.
After all, it uses the same 20.9MP sensor with no optical low pass filter as the D500, as well as its Expeed 5 image processor. This new processor is 30% faster than the Expeed 4 processor in the D7200, a speed advantage that gives the D7500 a leg up in a few key areas like: burst speed, buffer depth, video capability and native ISO sensitivity.
Before we jump into tech specs, let’s talk about the body of the D7500, because some minor changes should add up to an improved user experience, including a 3.2” 922k-dot tilting touch LCD. Sure it’s slightly lower resolution than the 1.2M-dot LCD of the D7200, but the touch capabilities are a welcomed inclusion. They can be used for selecting an AF point in live view, or navigating the camera menus.
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