A mid-range DSLR, D7500, has been announced by Nikon. It succeeds the famous D7200 and shares a lot in common with the high-end D500. When it comes to similarities with D500, this new product has the same APS-C sensor without any antialiasing filter and Expeed 5 image processor which is also the same.
The body is very much similar to the D7200 but Nikon has added a touch screen and given up 35g of weight in this model. The D7500 has the ability to shoot a 4K video till 30 frames per second. Despite this, the shooting speed is boosted to 8fps.
The D7500 is also equipped with the excellent SnapBridge Bluetooth and Wi-Fi file-transferring which was introduced by the company in D500.
The cost of the D7500 is a mere PKR 1,309,38 which is quite less as compared to the $1,995 cost of D500. At this price, it will be competing with the likes of Canon 80D and high-end mirrorless models from Olympus and Fujifilm.
The D500 is targeted at the pros who want a quicker performance, advanced autofocus system, and dual card slots for increased space. The support given by Nikon to its DX line of crop sensor DSLRs has been quite questionable in recent years. However, D7500 looks like a great option once it arrives this summer.
- nikon d7500: google