Nikon introduced the D7500 shortly after the flagship D500 which uses the same 20 megapixels APS-C CMOS sensor with an unprecedented and still unmatched sensitivity range of ISO 50 to 1,638,400. The slightly smaller D7500 offers speed 8 FPS drive, just 2 FPS shy of the flagship and the same 51-point Phase-Detect AF system used in the D7200 which precedes the D7500, instead of the new 153-Point system. This allows Nikon to offer the D7500 at a much lower price-point, making it one of the best price-performance rations on the market.
Neocamera just published their in-depth review of the Nikon D7500 here. This review is specifically written from the perspective of those upgrading from one of Nikon’s older semi-professional DSLRs.