Nikon finally made official the launch of its new camera, the Nikon D7500, after the latest leaks.
A mid-end reflex camera which holds advanced specs such as having the same 20.9 megapixel CMOS sensor as its big sister the Nikon D500 (a professional reflex camera and one of Nikon’s best selling models), and 4K video recording, a very anticipated feature in the price range of semi-professional cameras.
Specifications of the Nikon D7500
|Sensor||20.9-megapixel APS-C CMOS|
|Video||Recording in 4K UHD at 30fps and Full HD at 50 and 60fps|
|Screen||3.2-inch Tilting and touching LCD|
|ISO Sensitivity||100-51,200 and extendable up to ISO 1,640,000|
|AutoFocus||51 focus point AF|
|Burst speed||8 fps|
|Connectivity||WIFI and bluetooth|
Pentaprism with approx 100% coverage .
I’m surprised with the fact that they have reduced megapixels from 24 to 20 (with the industry’s obsession of showing the highest number on the box). That is compared to the previous model, the Nikon D7200, but we already know that megapixels can be pushed into the background if the sensor offers us professional quality.