Here is the new Nikon D7500 : The heart of the D500, but more accessible
The Nikon D7500 does what every nikonist hoped for: bringing the Nikon D500’s heart to a more accessible level.
The new Nikon D7500 rotates around the third with 20.9MP APS-C CMOS sensor without anti-aliasing filter, Expeed 5 processor and 180k-pixel RGB exposure sensor. Compared to the Nikon D500, the auto focus module changes, or rather, does not change compared to the Nikon D7200.
Nikon’s novelties were awaiting, but they waited for it: the new Nikon D7500 promises to bring the mid-range bracket to the top. The Nikon D7500 does what every nikonist hoped for: bringing the Nikon D500’s heart to a more accessible level.
The new Nikon D7500 rotates around the third with 20.9 MP APS-C CMOS sensor without anti-aliasing filter, Expeed 5 processor and 180k-pixel RGB exposure sensor. Compared to the D500, the auto focus module changes, or rather does not change, compared to the D7200: for the focus, we find the same Nikon Advanced Multi-CAM 3500FX II module from 51 points, of which 15 are crossed from the previous model, while the D500 Uses the highly performing 153-point module from the top of the Nikon D5 range. The auto focus module is centrally sensitive up to -3EV and should provide enhanced performance with the help of the RGB module for exposure.
A shortage of nose scratches on many is that of the second SD slot: otherwise, the single slot does not support UHS-II cards. Improves the burst compared to D7200 with 8 frames per second against 6 and above all with a depth that reaches 50 uncompressed RAW shots, versus 18 of the previous model.
In video, we find the ability to record UHD 4K (3840 × 2160 / 30p) movies at the bit rate of 144 Mbps, though only in 1.5x crop mode that reduces the framed area. For Full HD 1080 60p movies, you can be leverage the three-axis digital stabilization and Active D-Lighting mode. Compared to the previous model, we find the Power Aperture technology, for continuous control of the diaphragm during video.
The camera incorporates SnapBridge technology that combines Bluetooth and Wi-Fi and leans on the most suitable connection as the case may be: the first for remote control and continuous connection (also for GPS data) and the second for transferring the file.
Among the other technical specifications, there is the possibility of micro-regulation of the focusing of the optics directly in live view, the native range of sensitivity extended between 100 and 51.200 ISO, the use of the new EN-EL15a battery, 1/8000s.
In Hi-5 expansion mode, Nikon declares that the machine can reach ISO equivalent sensitivity of 1.64 million. The display shows 922,000 points still anchored to the diagonal of 3.2″, but now it is foldable and especially equipped with touch support. Nikon also worked to improve tropicalization.
- Class leading image quality, ISO range, image processing and metering equivalent to...
- Large 3.2" 922K dot, tilting LCD screen with touch functionality
- 51-point AF system with 15 cross-type sensors and group-area AF paired with up to 8...
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