Nikon D500 vs D7500 | Digital Camera World

Nikon announced the D500 in January 2016 at the same time as the D5. These two cameras immediately became the company’s flagship cameras with the D5 being the go-to full-frame DSLR for professional Nikon-loving photojournalists and sports photographers and the D500 being its APS-C format equivalent, featuring the same sensor architecture.

Then around 15 months later, Nikon introduced the D7500, a DSLR aimed at enthusiast photographers but with lots in common with the D500 and therefore also the D5. So which should you go for, the D500 or the D7500? Read on to make your decision.

Nikon D500 vs D7500

1. Sensor

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• Nikon D500: 20.9MP APS-C (23.5 x 15.7mm) CMOS paired with the Expeed 5 processor 
• Nikon D7500: 20.9MP APS-C (23.5 x 15.7mm) CMOS paired with the Expeed 5 processor

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