Nikon D7500 Hands-On Review with Craig Kolesky

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In this episode of OrmsTV, Deon and Cape Town-based adventure sports photographer, Craig Kolesky set off to Meerendal Wine Estate to unbox and test a few of the features on the recently released, Nikon D7500.

The Nikon D7500 is a powerful DX/APS-C crop DSLR camera for photography and video enthusiasts. The Nikon D7500 shares the exact same 20.9-megapixel image sensor and EXPEED 5 image processor as the professional and high-performance D500. The combined power of the image sensor and processor enables the Nikon D7500 to capture Ultra HD 4K videos, provide fast continuous shooting of 8 FPS in RAW, deliver fast autofocus, and shoot at extreme light sensitivities of up to ISO 1,640,000. Let’s see how they got on…

On Location Unboxing

Nikon D7500 Images

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Special thanks to Hayden Brown our cyclist on the day and Gerhardt Coetzee for the video and editing!

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Author: Michelle Joubert-Martin
  • Jacobus DeWet

    When Nikon announced this camera the Social media all went negative, the single card slot issue no battery grip etc. Excited to see a real life review, for those upgrading from the D3000 and D5000 series cameras this is like a small D5 at a great price with the high frame rate, fantastic focus, touch screen. I shoot FX and is going to get this as a nice hiking and lightweight nature and wildlife camera. On a 300 f4 pf with 1.4 converter or on a 80-400. Magic. The D500 is a big step up in many other respects but for me the D7500 is perfect in that role.