Nikon Launches D7500 DSLR Stuffed with D500 Features

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Get ready to be excited, enthusiasts. 

Nikon is celebrating their 100th Year Anniversary by upgrading the popular D7000 series of DX-format (APS-C) DSLRS and launching the new D7500. The exciting part? They stuffed the GORGEOUS 20.9MP image sensor AND the EXPEED 5 image processing engine from the D500 into a camera that's going to MSRP for $750 fewer greenbacks. 

Sure, the D7500 won't have D500's incredible/advanced AutoFocus system...

BUT you are getting 4K UHD video recoding, a native ISO of 100-51,200, weather sealing, a new battery, a thinner camera body, wireless capabilities, and a new Auto Picture Control feature.

For a full breakdown of specifications, features, product pricing n' availability, and more sample images, please check out our

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