Nikon’s new D7500 is the newest addition to the company’s family of DX-format DSLR shooters and comes with part of the sensor tech from the current flagship Nikon D500. Inside the Nikon D7500 is the same 20.9-megapixel sensor and processor as the Nikon D500, which has a native ISO range of 100 to 51,200. ISO can be expanded to an equivalent of the 1.64 million.

Nikon D7500 Design

The body has been redesigned slightly to make it a little smaller and lighter. On the back of the Nikon D7500 is a 3.2-inch tilting LCD touchscreen along with 922,000 dots and shaved off 35g of weight. On top of the camera is a pop-up flash that can be used as a Commander for remote Speedlights.

Nikon D7500

Nikon D7500 Features

Sensor effective resolution 20.9MP CMOS
Sensor size 23.5 x 15.6 mm
Focal-length multiplier 1.5x
Sensitivity range ISO 50 (exp)/ISO 100 – ISO 51200/ISO 1,640,000 (exp)
Burst shooting 8fps

100 JPEG/50 raw


(mag/ effective mag)


100% coverage

0.94x/0.63 x

Autofocus 51-point phase-detection AF
15 cross-type
center to f8
AF sensitivity -3 – 19 EV
Shutter speed 1/8,000 to 30 secs; bulb; 1/250 sec x-sync, 1/320 sec x-sync at the reduced flash output, and 1/8000 sec FP x-sync
Shutter durability 150,000 cycles
Audio Stereo, mic input, headphones
IS Optical, electronic with HD video
Display 3.2 in/8 cm

Titling touchscreen

921,600 dots

Wireless connection Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Battery life (CIPA rating) 950 shots

(1,900 mAh)

Size (WHD) 5.4 x 4.1 x 2.9 in

136 x 104 x 73 mm

Nikon D7500 Price

The Nikon D7500 will be available starting in the Summer of 2017 with a price tag of $1,250, which is a significant saving on the $1,995 D500. It will also be available bundled with a Nikon AF-S 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens for $1,750. At this price it will compete directly with the Canon 80D and high-end mirrorless models from the likes of Olympus and Fujifilm.