Things you need to know about latest Nikon D7500
Published On 12-April-2017
Nikon has just unveiled its latest enthusiast DSLR, the D7500. Stealing much key tech from the top leading D500, it slots in above the D7200 in the DSLR range of Nikon.
Here in this article we have discussed some main features of the camera that the consumer must needs to know:
1. It utilizes the similar sensor just like D500
The Nikon D7500 has the similar exceptional 20.9 Mega Pixel APS-C DX-format sensor that is available in the D500. The consumer might lose a few million pixels as compared to the 24 Mega Pixel sensor, however in return he would be able to get an ISO range that extends to an incredible ISO1, 640,000 equivalent.
2. It utilizes an improved 51-point Auto Focus system
The D7500 utilizes the tried-and-tested 51-point Auto Focus system of Nikon, which covers a handsome section of the frame and is sensitive all the way down to an impressive -3EV.
It now comes along with a Group-Area Auto Focus function (that we have seen watch out on other Nikon DSLRs, however this is a first for D7xxx camera) for the enhanced subject tracking.
Furthermore, there is an Auto AF Fine Tune, which permits the consumer to calibrate the specific lenses.
3. It is lighter as compared to D7200
The handgrip on the D7500 is enough deeper as compared to the D7200 while its body contains the comprehensive weather sealing. The monocoque body weighs 1lb. 6.6oz / 640g and it is almost five percent lighter as compared to the lighter than the D7200 and sixteen percent light as compared to the D500.
4. It features 3.2 inches tilt-angle touchscreen
Rather than the back display screen that sits flush along with the body, as it is on the D7200, the Nikon D7500 supports a tilt-angle touchscreen accompanied by the 922,000-dot resolution. The touchscreen can be utilized to easily control as well as compose shots and also to play back and review the snaps.
5. It record 4K videos
The Nikon D7500 has the capability to record 4K UHD (3840 × 2160/30p) video whereas there is also the facility to produce overwhelming 4K UHD time-lapse movies in-camera. Like we have seen in the D500, the D7500 provides 3-axis built-in e-VR image stabilization while shooting 1080p Full High Definition video, and provides the similar 4K UHD productivity to card and uncompressed through HDMI.
Furthermore, there is a headphone and microphone jack for audio recording as well as observing.
6. It can shoot at 8 frames per second
All the credit goes to the EXPEED 5 image processor, the D7500 can shots at 8 frames per second along with the full AF/AE, accompanied by an expanded buffer of up to 50 raw/NEF (14-bit lossless compressed) or 100 JPEG snaps.
Moreover, there is the similar 180K-pixel RGB metering sensor as well as Advanced Scene Recognition system that’s actually utilized in the D500, whereas the arrival of Highlight-weighted metering mode of Nikon in a D7xxx prioritizes the brightest elements in the frame, assisting to ignore the snaps along with blown-out highlights.
7. Price and availability
The consumers will have to wait till the end of June to get this Nikon D7500. So far the price of this camera for Pakistan has not been announced. But we will inform you whenever it would be announced.