Nikon announces new Nikon D7500 DX-Format DSLR

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Nikon, who is celebrating 100 years in business this year, have just announced a new advanced level DSLR. The D7500 features a 20.9-megapixel image sensor, EXPEED 5 processor, tilting 3.2” 922K-dot touch screen LCD, 4K UHD video capture, wide ISO range from 100-51,200, 51 point autofocus system, built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi technology for auto image transfer and remote shooting, and more.

Smartphone photography is great for selfies and food snaps, but for the photography enthusiasts, a DSLR is a must have.

“The Nikon D7500 was engineered to be as versatile as the photographer using it, and excels whether shooting fast-action sports, stunning low-light landscapes, distant wildlife, glamorous portraits or multimedia content,” said Kosuke Kawaura, Director of Marketing and Planning, Nikon Inc. “This is a camera for the photographers who are serious about their passion, infatuated with the next frame and above all else, want speed, small size and an excellent value.”

The expanded ISO range allows for up to a 1.64 million equivalent, for low light image and video shooting with minimal noise.

The Nikon D7500 will be available this Summer for $1,249.95 (body only) or with an AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens for $1,749.95. For more information on the Nikon D7500, visit

4 thoughts on “Nikon announces new Nikon D7500 DX-Format DSLR”

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  2. I just bought a 7200 in November, to replace my 5 year old D5000.
    The 7200 is a HUGE upgrade for me. About the only thing I miss, is the
    swivel screen on the back that the 5000 had. The extras on the 7500 would
    be nice, but not until I wring out everything I can do with the 7200.

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