Nikon’s newly announced D7500 DSLR is now available for preorder.
It’s the latest in Nikon’s DX sensor range, continuing the series started with the D7000 several years ago. Overall, it’s a versatile camera designed to appeal to those shooting both stills and video while keeping it light and highly portable.The updates are mostly incremental, although they’re good-sized increments. Highlights includes a 20.9MP CMOS sensor, a tilting touchscreen on the back, 4K video at 30 frames per second. Its native ISO range is ISO 100 to ISO 51,200, but that can be expanded up to an incredible ISO 1,640,000. It’ll be interesting to see how usable those high ISO are, and I’m looking forward to reviewing the D7500 soon.
It has a weather-sealed body and a small profile (for a DSLR). Combined with its versatile stills and video capabilities, it makes for an attractive option travel camera.
The MSRP for the body-only package is $1247. It’s also available bundled with a versatile 18-140mm zoom lens with an MSRP of $1747.
You can find detailed specs here, and below are some of the product shots: