Nikon D7500 : 20.9 MP SLR With 51 Autofocus Points

The Nikon D7500 DSLR is one of the tough DSLRs from the Nikon family which comes with a dipper grip to take an experience like a professional photographer.

It is one of the best DSLRs for beginners and amateur users as well as for professional photographers also.


The Nikon D7500 comes with a Full frame sensor and also has a smaller APS-C sensor some of the important key features  are  given below:

  • ‌20.9MP APS-C CMOS Sensor
  • ‌Image processor – Expeed 5
  • ‌51-point phase-detect AF
  • ‌8 fps burst for 100+ JPEGS or 50 Raws images
  • ‌180k-pixel RGB sensor for metering and subject recognition
  • ‌3.2″ tilting touchscreen LCD
  • ‌Tough body and better grip for holding DSLR
  • ‌Weather-sealing feature
  • ‌4K (UHD) video from the 1.5x crop of the sensor
  • ‌Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for sharing images

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Advanced Scene Recognition System:
This feature is very much useful for professional and amateur photographers.
Recognizes and measures easy scene’s light properties, colour spectrum, and brightness level more accurately for a perfect shot. It enables auto control.
Autofocus Points:
In Nikon D7500 DSLR, 51 autofocus points are given for tracking the object perfectly.
These 51 autofocus points cover a wide area of the frame and ensure greater focusing accuracy on the subject.
This feature helps to acquire and maintain the focus on your subject.
Built-in Pop-up Flash:
The flash button pops up when you press it. It comes with intelligent i-TTL Flash which helps to control and uses detailed scene analysis by 180K pixels RGB sensor and adds the right amount of flash every time.
Good for shooting in low-light conditions and for portrait photos in the nighttime.
You can also adjust the flash exposure compensation by adjusting the subcommand dial of the front side of D7500.
Auto Picture Control:
Images are automatically adjusted to suit each scene’s characteristics without the need for retouching or manually adjusting.
Creates a more desirable and preferred look and helps to capture the images at their best.
Active D-lighting:
It produces appropriate contrast and reproduces natural brightness close to the way seen by the human eye.
Experience of superior quality and real-life-like photos.
Vibration Reduction (VR) Function:
It reduces the effects of camera shake in the horizontal, vertical, and rotational directions to avoid blurriness in photos.
Ease of capturing smooth footage in situations even without having a Tripod.
Lens mount:
Nikon D 7500 model comes with a Nikon F mount (with AF coupling and AF contacts) whose focal length is 18-105. This lens is also used for Autofocus.
ISO Range:
Nikon D7500 offers an ISO range from 100 to 51200 and it can be extended up to 1,64,000.
Buttons And Dials:
Buttons and dials are well enough for learning photography.
With the help of these buttons, you can operate the DSLR fastly because you will operate the menu frequently to avoid complexity.
A Good Choice For Beginners:
If you are just going to start photography with Nikon, then Nikon D7500 is the best option.

What Are Auto Focus And Manual Focus In Nikon D7500?

These are the settings provided in DSLR. You can shift from one setting to another as per your requirement.
AF-M switch is provided to adjust the Autofocus and Manual focus. It is a very common adjustment made by users.
In Autofocus mode, the settings are automatically adjusted by the camera itself and in Manual mode, all settings are done by users only as per their needs.
So they can adjust the light levels or they can be made some changes in the background of the photo manually.
Live View:
When working with Live view, a contrast AF system helps to adjust the focus and it can work in continuation mode while capturing photos or recording a video.
Full-time Servo mode is provided to work better with moving subjects.

The OK button is placed in the middle of the direction pad for selecting the settings from menu options to focus points.

Around the OK buttons, arrows are provided to make your selection properly.

The “i” button is provided to display the different menu options on the LCD screen of the camera.

To operate the DSLR with the “i” button is a personal choice.

On the top side of the DSLR, one digital screen is provided for watching the current settings and performance of the DSLR.

The LCD touchscreen panel is provided for capturing the images and shooting videos.

The Nikon D7500 is one of the best DSLRs for still photography as well as for sport and action shooters.
4K recording is another key feature provided in the camera but for videography and travelling purposes, it doesn’t meet the user’s requirements because of body size.
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