Nikon D7500
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  • Great for beginners
  • Lightweight, smaller, sharp
  • A change in direction for Nikon..
  • Love the camera BUT IT DID NOT COME WITH A MANUAL

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Meets my needs
Before I start, these are simply my own impressions. I was once a professional photographer way back in the days of film and photographed over 600 weddings, as well as sports teams and schools. Nowadays I am just an amateur who sells prints once in awhile. I am also a recently retired economics teac...
5/5
ecforman
5 years ago
amazon.com
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Nikon D7500 gives a little to get a lot
It's been a while since Nikon made any substantive changes to this enthusiast-focused series of dSLRs. The D7100 was the last major update, and that was in 2013; the subsequent D7200 pretty much rested on the D7100's laurels. But with the D7500, the every-other-year pendulum swings back to deliver s...
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Lori Grunin
4 months ago
cnet.com
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Nikon D7500 Review
The D7500 is available for about 60 percent of the cost and delivers much of its capability. It's a shame that Nikon didn't carry over all of the upper-tier fit and finish from the D7200 and previous entries in the series, but that doesn't take away from how just how capable the D7500 is.
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Jim Fisher
4 months ago
pcmag.com
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A change in direction for Nikon... Steps forward, steps backward, and this is really the D6000...
A change in direction for Nikon... My D7500 body arrived on June 5th, shipped directly from Nikon USA, not from Amazon. So that's why this is not a "Verified Purchase" review. I have to say, I'm pleasantly surprised with this camera. It's not all roses though, and I certainly have my gripes. And it'...
4/5
7
5 years ago
amazon.com
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Nikon D7500 User's Guide
Now, let's finish up this video now, let's move on to the info display that you'll see on the back of your screen. This is an important thing, because this is where you control everything by the buttons on the camera. So right here, you can see
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Jared Polin
4 months ago
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Body has serious low light issues with some Nikon lenses and poor Nikon support.
I'm a long time Nikon fanboy and owner. Bought a D7500 mostly for its low light specs only to be super disappointed on a my first trip out. (yes, I should have tested before going into the field, but hopefully this review will help save you the pain) When using this body with a 18-200 VR lens in low...
1/5
Jack
4 years ago
amazon.com
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Nikon D7500 "Real World Review" | Sports Photography
So if that is something that you can't live with, then you may need to upgrade to a higher-end Nikon, because even on the Canon side in the equivalent type camera, that only has one card as well. So if you need two cards, you're gon na have to spend more money and get something like the D 500, but all around being able to shoot in this low-light situation have great autofocus have a lot of frames per second getting nice quality. I'M very happy with the results that I got with this camera, so, yes, I can recommend this, but above everything else I always need to remind you that it's you who makes the camera even better
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Jared Polin
4 months ago
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good product and image quality but the so-called "smartbridge" Wi-Fi is an idiotic joke
I always had Nikon way back to the late1970s. I would've love to give and it a deserving five-star review but there's a rational reason for it why not. The D 7500 camera is a good (built) product and has a good image quality but as like most things these days is technologically overdone. I used to h...
3/5
Vero Veritas
4 years ago
amazon.com
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First time DSLR owner - great choice
3 week update: Have used this camera daily. It is simple to learn, simple to use, a real joy for wildlife. After 3 week the menus and controls are becoming more 2nd nature. Because of all the features I expected that it would take longer to start feeling familiar. Occasionally I have to go back to a...
5/5
A. Johnson
4 years ago
amazon.com
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Far improved over the D7100
Just a short review, more of a user experience. I bought the D7500 for a month long trip to Europe. I was replacing a D7100 that had some nagging problems that often left me less than satisfied (It had been dropped - and repaired - early in its life, but was never as good as I expected). Anyway, I f...
5/5
D. Bank
5 years ago
amazon.com
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Specs

Model Name

Nikon D7500

Brand

Nikon

Form Factor

DSLR

Skill Level

Professional