The D7500 is the fourth camera in Nikon’s D7X00 series.Earlier cameras like the Nikon D80 and D90 were targeted at the same audience. This makes the Nikon D7500 the most recent entry in one of Nikon’s oldest digital camera.
Nikon D7500 is a midrange APS-C DSLR that both sits below and borrows a lot from Nikon's APS-C flagship D500 including its 20.9MP sensor, high-res metering sensor.
Nikon D7500 camera that can shot continuously at 10 frames per second with a big buffer capacity and a maximum expanded ISO of 1,640,000, both made possible by the new 20.9MP sensor and the Expeed 5 processor. Nikon D7500's image sensor speedily, enabling the camera to achieve continuous shooting speeds of approx. 8 fps and record 4K UHD video at 30p.
The D7500 autofocus system gives you the confidence to keep pace with fast-moving action and shoot creatively in a broad range of scenes. It employs a Multi-CAM 3500 II autofocus sensor module, with 51 focus points covering a wide area of the frame, including 15 cross-type sensors offering higher detection strength, and one center point that compatible with f/8. The newly added group-area AF mode.