Nikon - D7500 DSLR Camera (Body Only) - Black

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Shoot photos every day with this Nikon D7500 digital camera. A large 20.9-megapixel sensor and EXPEED 5 processing ensure it handles everyday photography with ease, and the wide ISO range lets you take photos in a variety of lighting scenarios. The rapid 8 fps shutter speed helps ensure you get the perfect shot with this Nikon D7500 digital camera.

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What's Included

  • Nikon D7500 DSLR Camera (Body Only)
  • EN-EL 15a Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
  • MH-25a Battery Charger
  • AN-DC3 BK Strap
  • BF-1B Body Cap
  • DK-5 Eyepiece Cap
  • DK-28 Eyepiece Adapter

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Overall Customer Rating:
100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (123 out of 124)

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20.9-megapixel CMOS sensor delivers incredible detail and gorgeous enlargements

The APS-C sensor produces great edge-to-edge clarity with incredible detail and sharpness.

ISO 100 - 51,200 for crisp, clear photos even in ultra low light

Enhances shooting in varied and fast-changing lighting situations, including extremely low light.

Capture fast action shots at up to 8 fps (frames per second)

From joyous facial expressions to fast-paced sports action, burst mode ensures you get the shot even if it only lasts a fraction of a second.

4K Ultra HD and 1080p Full HD video with stereo sound

An intelligent image sensor reads movie images at faster rates than ever, significantly reducing the rolling shutter distortion that can occur while panning or shooting fast-moving subjects.

Large 3.2” 922K dot, tilting LCD screen with touch functionality

Features 170° viewing, and renders bright and crisp images. Precise Live View lets you accurately preview the shot before taking it.

EXPEED 5 image-processing engine delivers blazing speed and performance

From shooting images and videos to playback and data transfer, this processor handles even the most demanding tasks with ease.

Optical viewfinder helps you frame the shot

Provides 97% coverage and approximately 0.94x magnification.

TTL (Through the Lens) exposure metering system

Uses 18000-pixel RGB sensor to obtain the correct exposure.

51-point autofocus quickly tracks and locks onto your subject

Allows you to confidently capture everything from fast-action sports to fast-moving wildlife. Four autofocus area modes let you select the setting best suited to your situation.

Built-in pop-up flash for proper illumination

Ensures properly illuminated photos, and features an integrated hot shoe for addition of an external flash, (sold separately).

HDMI type-C output makes HDTV hookup a snap

Easily connect your camera to an HDTV for immediate movie playback. (HDMI cable required, sold separately.)

Multiformat memory slot for storing or transferring data

Accepts SD, SDHC and SDXC. (Memory cards are not included.)

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Expert Rating




  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Worthy upgrade in the D7xxx line

    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I picked up the D7500 over the weekend. I haven't put it through all of its paces yet. I may come back to update this later. But I figured I'd put some quick thoughts together for anyone on the fence. I've been using a D7100 for a few years and so far the D7500 is definitely worth the upgrade. I have already noticed a big difference in image quality and speed, things that are very important to me. I have not tested it with all my lenses and flash. The autofocus has been very good although it's not the same as with the D500. I have yet to test out running children/dogs in AF-C to see how the focus does. I also haven't done extensive low light testing but the few that I took around 800-1600 ISO looked really good. Some things you should be aware of...these are not necessarily "cons" to me but they may be for you: 1. Adobe and Apple have not released updates for this camera yet. Therefore, Photoshop and Lightroom will not import or process the files yet (JPG or RAW). Video files were recognized by my computer and LR5 though. There are workarounds via free software but it's more time consuming. These may be a disruption to your normal work flow as it has been to mine. Hopefully these updates will be out soon as they normally do. 2. The top window is noticeably smaller than the D7xxx series. However, the shutter speed and aperture # are prominent and fairly big. The other info is squeezed closer together and a few things are missing (i.e. file type). But it's all there on the bigger info screen on the rear. 3. You cannot put a battery grip on it. 4. There is only one SD card slot. 5. Battery life is supposed to be a little shorter than the D7100/7200. But again there are some good pros: 1. Best crop frame sensor available now by Nikon 2. Noticeably lighter than the D7100/7200 3. Better in low light than D7100/7200 4. Touch screen functions 5. Can send pics via wi-fi to your phone. I've read a lot about the D500, which the D7500 is sort of the baby brother of. That thing is a beast that can compete with some of Nikon's full frame cameras. However, it's not for me and I suspect many other people: it is big, fairly heavy, and approaching the cost of a full frame camera. It also only has one SD slot (I don't use the other type it has) and doesn't have a built in flash. Yes, built in flash isn't always the best but I'd rather have it than not. For those of us not wanting or needing the D500 or an entry level FF, the D7500 is a no brainer. An alternative is to wait and see what Nikon does with the updates for the D750, D610, and D810, which may be coming soon. It's possible the cost of FF bodies will come down. However, I for one, am not ready for that leap yet and think the D7500 will serve me well for years to come. Hopefully, I don't eat these words once I put it through more testing as my workflow is restored.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent upgrade in the D7xxx line

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    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I bought this a week or two after it was released as an upgrade to my D7100. While the D7100 has been great, the D7500 is a very worthy upgrade. I considered the D500, the D750, and waiting for Nikon's new full frame releases but ultimately decided crop frame is still right for me at this point. The D7500 is basically the little brother of the D500, which (from what I've read) is incredible and bumped the D7200 as Nikon's new top crop frame camera. However for me, the D500 was too big, lacked a pop up flash, and was almost the same cost as some of their FF cameras. Pros: 1. New sensor (same as the D500). The colors and sharpness are excellent...noticeably better than my D7100. The noise and autofocus are considerably better too. There's also a new group focus point option and auto fine tune that I'm still experimenting with. 2. Lighter and slightly smaller than the D7100. Much easier to carry around. 3. It's FAST!....much faster than my D7100. 4. Rear touch screen that also tilts...comes in handy. Had that in my first DSLR (D5100) and it's nice having it back, especially for video. 5. 4K video and wi-fi/bluetooth. Haven't taken full advantage of 4K video yet but even the 1080 looks better than my D7100. I can now upload pics if I want on the fly (takes a few steps but great option to have). To save battery I leave it on airplane mode until I want to upload. Cons: The main con for me is that the D7500 only has one SD slot. I loved having an extra slot in the D7100...mostly only as a back up when I left my main one in my computer. I only used the 2nd slot during a shoot a few times in 3 years. So, now I have to be more aware of where my card is or keep extras in my bag or vehicle. I've seen complaints about this but many countered (and I agree) saying that 2nd slot rarely, if ever, "saved" a shoot when the first card went bad. Others have complained that you cannot put a battery grip on it. This was not a big deal for me. Nikon also dropped the total megapixels and reduced the monitor resolution from the D7200 and D500. These changes will not even be noticeable to most users. The last thing to consider is some editing programs (Lightroom and Photoshop in particular) have not added this camera profile to their software yet. Therefore, they will not recognize the NEF's or JPG's from this camera. This has been an inconvenience for me b/c to view and edit my photos, I've had to open the RAW files in Nikon Capture NXD (which is free), convert them to TIFFs, and then import into Lightroom where I can then work on the files. It usually takes Adobe some time (a month or two) to do this so I expect an update to be coming soon.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Another Stellar Nikon DSLR

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    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I've been a Nikon shooter since before digital. Nothing in my humble opinion compares to Nikon. This camera replaced my Nikon D7100, which is still a very capable camera, but the D7500 is several steps ahead. With fewer (but larger pixels), this camera shoots with stunning clarity. It's faster with 8 FPS continuous and the inclusion of what makes the top end D500 such a great camera, is also shared with the D7500. I love how this camera weighs fractionally less than the D7100, but has a more weather sealed body and the inclusion of an articulated screen is a nice addition. This camera sacrifices one memory card slot, but with memory so inexpensive these days, a 128 GB card will hold more photos than I could possibly take at one time. It's also a great addition that this camera is fully Bluetooth and Wifi enabled and communicates easily to Nikon apps to quickly and seamlessly transfer your pictures to your mobile device. This is a great addition to the Nikon lineup and is perfect for someone who is looking for something that will challenge their creative abilities more than the less expensive gear, but won't break the bank like their top end gear.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent enthusiast level camera

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    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    Moved up from a D5500 and am enjoying the additional 3 frames per sec (to 8), better high-iso performance in lower light and additional ability to access frequently used functions more quickly. The negatives most commonly cited (single card slot & no vertical grip) were not issues for me. Also, considered the d7200 but the D7500 just felt more comfortable in my hands (the deeper grip is really nice) and handling it felt more "natural" for me. I have tested the camera's iso-performance up to 12,800 in indoor lighting at some events and have been very pleased with the JPEGs rendered (haven't tested RAW yet) - compared to my D5500 (which already performs well in low-light), I seem to be getting 1 or 2 stops of additional ISO performance to get images of comparable noise & "quality" (just my unscientific observations). If you're looking to upgrade from a d3xxx or d5xxx series, it'll definitely be worth it. If you already have a d7200, I'm honestly not sure - there are enough professional reviews out there that comment on this topic so my opinion wouldn't be worth much. If you want a D500 but can't justify the cost, I think the D7500 would be a satisfying compromise.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Buy it. Excellent all around Nikon DSLR


    First a background... I am a Pentaxian and will always be a Pentaxian. I love my Pentax DSLRs. I wanted to try Nikon so I purchased the D7500 at Best Buy. Overall, I think it's a great camera. I own the top of the line professional Pentax DSLR (the K-1)so I will not compare it with the mid-level Nikon D7500. But just looking and using this camera for what it is, it's pretty solid. I paired it with a Nikon 200-500mm VR lens. Yes ithe D7500 only has one SD card what. It's not a deal breaker, takes 10 secs to place a new SD card. So it has far less shots it can take with the fully charged En-EL15a battery than the Nikon D7200..solution: purchase a back-up battery. So it has only 20MP vs a Nikon D7200...who cares. End of the day, no one will notice it. Buy the Nikon D7500, you will love it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Get this camera!

    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    Volunteered to photograph my son's freshman football team - knew I needed to upgrade my gear. Read many reviews, tested a few, and then I took a leap and spent more than I planned - haven't looked back since. The D7500 does not disappoint! It delivers amazing images. They are rich, vibrant, and professional; ergonomics are great. To date, I have only used it for sports photography, but it will be my primary camera from here on out. Get this camera, you will not regret it. BTW, I've been asked to shoot JV and Varsity now too (maybe this camera is too good).

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    WIFI & Bluetooth Conection

    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    After loosing my brass for about two hours, countless Google searches, and yes reading the pretty much useless Nikon D7500 Manual, I was able to connect to the camera for two seconds and then caput; connection no more.... Right now, on the phone with a Customer Service rep from Nikon USA that seem to be not too useful, I still have not been able to connect to the camera. On the phone for 59 minutes now... Now trying something else, I was asked to un-installed SnapBridge App from my iPhone, reinstalled SnapBridge, went though all possible motions.. . One hour and thirteen minutes later, HA! I am connected to the camera. hmmmmm how I miss my D7200 so simple, so easy, I do not know why I switched (note I did not use upgraded), wait I do know: I wanted TIME LAPSE!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Major upgrade from D7000

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    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Have owned a D7000 for several years and recently decided to upgrade to the D7500. Amazing camera and very happy I took the plunge. Bought 'body only' as I already had ample compatible lenses. Extremely similar controls/menus as the D7000 so easy learning curve. Liked having a dual SD card slot in the D7000 but otherwise every change has been a positive to me: - Wifi/Bluetooth works perfectly... really cool to take a DSLR photo and have a copy ready to text on my iphone! - Photo quality is superior to the D7000... have taken several side by side comparisons and every time the D7500 looks better - Low light quality is amazing - LOVE the rotating screen All in all extremely happy with the new camera, HIGHLY recommended

    I would recommend this to a friend

What experts are saying

Rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars with 12 reviews

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The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about reliability, glare, lens and sensor. Editors are less positive about storage and memory. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 98/100 = Excellent quality.
  • TechRadar (UK)Rating, 4.5 out of 5Phil Hall on November 17, 2017
    Nikon D7500 review
    Nikon's enthusiast DSLR gets a major upgradeFull Review
  • Photography BayEric Reagan on November 2, 2017
    Deal: Nikon D7500 for $979
    ebay (via PhotoVideo4Less) has the Nikon D7500 for $979.99 (compare at $1249) in limited quantity. Check it out while it lasts here on ebay. Note, this is likely a gray market camera. ebay seller PFull Review
  • Steve's DigicamsMichael Palmer on September 29, 2017
    Nikon D7500
    When looking at and testing a new camera, reviewers often subconsciously compare the new model to a previous camera from the same manufacturer. When I was holding and testing the Nikon D7500 recently, I kept thinking back to the Nikon D500. AndFull Review
  • Tom's GuideRating, 4 out of 5Theano Nikitas on September 13, 2017
    Nikon D7500 Review: The Best DSLR Under $1,500
    The Nikon D7500 is an excellent addition to the company's DX-format camera line. One can almost think of it as the younger sibling to the D500, with the same stellar image quality and incredible speed and AF accuracy. Its video autofocusFull Review
  • PCMagRating, 4 out of 5Jim Fisher on August 4, 2017
    Nikon D7500
    The Nikon D7500 SLR inherits many of the features of the flagship D500 and is available for a lot less money, but omits some features found in previous D7000 models.Full Review
  • Trusted Reviews (UK)Rating, 4.5 out of 5Andy Westlake on August 3, 2017
    Nikon D7500
    Nikon's DX-format DSLR for enthusiasts fits the best bits of the D500 into a smaller, more affordable body. . Nikon D7500.Full Review
  • Stuff (UK)Rating, 5 out of 5July 25, 2017
    Nikon D7500 review
    Nikon's mid-range DSLR is anything but middlingFull Review
  • Techgoondu (UK)Wilson Wong on June 28, 2017
    Hands on: Nikon D7500 June 28th, 2017 | by Wilson Wong Imaging 0
    The D7500 has inherited the very capable 20.1-megapixel DX CMOS sensor from the D500 that comes with the Expeed 5 image processor.Full Review

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