Nikon D7500 Features and Functions


Nikon D7500

Picture quality

The new D7500 uses 20 megapixel resolution when taking pictures. With the improved sensor, the D7500 can give better pictures. They simply need ISO settings that match the lighting conditions. The rest is done by the Nikon D7500. Up to ISO 4,000 you will not get blurry pictures.

The new Nikon D7500 and 4K

Thanks to the new sensor, sharp 4K images were also possible. The new Nikon D7500 films with 3840×2160 pixels, while they can take up to 30 frames per second, but doubles this number by favoring the Full HD. As a disadvantage of the 4K, it should be said that the image section has a very narrower effect. Users of the Nikon D7500 will be able to use either the entire camera sensor or a part in 1.3x mode, as desired. Here, the photographer or filmmaker was granted a free space.



This is for use in evaluating the subject as well as for color matching in use. When focusing, the Nikon D7500 requires 0.15 seconds of daylight to shoot, but this speed increases by 0.5 seconds when shooting in low light conditions.

The autofocus of the Nikon D7500

With the Nikon D7500‘s autofocus you can get 7.55 pictures per second. Over the extended exposure sensor, they will even use the autofocus range. Because here it could be useful, for example, by recognizing faces more quickly and focusing.

The Design

The design of the Nikon D7500 is referred to by the manufacturer as a monocoque design. This design is a good one to hand because Nikon D7500 is easy to carry and more ergonomic.

New to this model is the folding function of the screen. Add to that the modern touch function, with the help of which you can trigger the camera with your fingertip or even make settings via the Nikon D7500 menu.

Nikon D7500 battery power

The new Nikon D7500 also makes its new battery, the EN-EL15A. With its new battery, the D7500 photographer can shoot around 3,700 photos, only then the battery would be completely empty.

Connection via WLAN and Bluetooth

The Nikon D7500 integrates both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Of those, the better connectivity is the bluetooth. The advantage of this is that the camera hereby offers a permanent connection to your smartphone or tablet. You can even use the settings to select the automatic transmission of your Nikon D7500 images, so that your recordings can be transferred to the desired device without any effort.

Type: Camera:
Nikon D7500
Modell: D7500
Wireless: Built-in
Aspect Ratio: 3:2
Display: 3,2 Zoll LCD (922.000)
Camera Format: Full-Frame
Focus Type: Auto and Manuel Focus
ISO: Auto 100-51200 (expands to 50-1.640.000)
Video lengh: max. 29 min. 59.s
Dust resistance: Yes
Shutter Speed: 1/8000 sec
Sensor type: CMOS-APC-C 23,6 x 15,8 mm
Image File Formats: RAW, JPEG, DCF 2.0, EXIF 2.31
Prozessor: EXPEED 5
Effective pixels: 20,1 MP
Weight: 718g
Field of View: 170 degree
USB: USB 3.0
Dimensions: 136 x 104 x 73mm