The new Nikon D7500 has a 20.9MP CMOS sensor that produces images up to 5568 x 3712 pixels. It uses a cropped sensor, or DX sensor as Nikon calls them. So to convert the lens focal length from the cropped DX to the equivalent of a 35mm full-frame focal length, you multiply it by 1.5x. For example, if it says in a caption that the photo was taken at 300mm, that’s the practical equivalent of a 450mm focal length in full-frame terms.
It has an ISO sensitivity range from 100 up through 51,200. There are also extended ranges that go up to ISO 1638400, although the image quality deteriorates markedly and its practical uses are limited. I’ve posted some examples at various ISOs separately.
It shoots in JPG and RAW (NEF) filetypes, with a range of settings for each for each, including 12-bit and 14-bit lossless compressed NEF.
So here’s a collection of sample images I’ve shot with the D7500 to give a sense of how it performs under real-world shooting conditions. They were mostly shot in RAW (NEF), and most have been only lightly processed in Lightroom. A few of them have had somewhat more done to them in post-processing or use a flash with color gels, and I’ve noted those in the captions.
You can click on the photos to open full-size versions for a closer look.
High-Resolution Sample Images Taken with a Nikon D7500
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