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Nikon D7500 Fotocamera Reflex Digitale con Obiettivo AF-S DX NIKKOR 18–140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR, 20.9 Megapixel, Nero

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  • Sensore in formato DX da 20,9 MP
  • motore EXPEED 5
  • sensore di misurazione esposimetrica
  • rGB a 180K pixel
  • sistema AF a 51 punti
  • Gamma ISO da 100 a 51.200, estensibile a ISO 1.640.000 (equivalenti)
  • Filmati in 4K/UHD: la D7500 offre una registrazione dei dettagli a ultra definizione con una velocità pari anche a 30 fotogrammi al secondo
  • La tecnologia SnapBridge crea una connessione continua tra la D7500 e il tuo smart device
  • potrai sincronizzare le foto sul dispositivo e utilizzare lo smart device per scattarle da remoto
  • Nikon D7500, AF-S DX NIKKOR 18–140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR, Oculare in gomma, tappo corpo, batteria ricaricabile, caricabatteria, coprioculare, cavo USB, cinghia a tracolla

Specification: Nikon D7500 Fotocamera Reflex Digitale con Obiettivo AF-S DX NIKKOR 18–140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR, 20.9 Megapixel, Nero



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Dimensioni prodotto

‎13.5 x 7.2 x 10.4 cm, 720 grammi

13 reviews for Nikon D7500 Fotocamera Reflex Digitale con Obiettivo AF-S DX NIKKOR 18–140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR, 20.9 Megapixel, Nero

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  1. Gaetano

    Ottimo prodotto acquistato a cuor leggero, consapevole della possibilità di reso in caso di problematiche di qualsiasi natura.
    Imballato alla perfezione, consegna puntuale.

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  2. Alessio Ferretti

    La macchina è potentissima, senza dubbio. In mano ad un fotoamatore evoluto esprime al massimo le sue potenzialità, mentre in mano ad un principiante gli consente di fare “foto da principiante”, magari in “auto” e agendo sulle funzionalità di base della macchina. E’ chiaro, per un “principiante” è una macchina costosa, ma per un “principiante che ha voglia di crescere” è ottima. Se dai una Ferrari ad un neopatentato si schianta alla prima curva, una Nikon D7500 è meno pericolosa.

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  3. Ioan M.

    I did check it for a few minutes but I had to return because of some issues listed below at Cons.

    – The product is very good
    – easy to use,
    – nice photos at high Iso (up to 10.000)
    – much better video quality than my old D7100

    – most important it had no EU warranty slip (card)
    – the box was opened (no seal)
    – no UK plug

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  4. Quatermass

    On first impressions it is a huge step up from my D90 which occupied a similar position in Nikon’s range at the time of purchase. Aside from the obvious increase in pixels, the biggest differences are in focusing and sensitivity.
    Focusing is incredibly fast and accurate in all light conditions with the new focus modes all appearing to work very well. I generally use single point focusing but have experimented with the other modes and will definitely be making more use of them in the future. 3D focus tracking is especially interesting as it can track a moving object across the frame which would be great for wildlife or sports photography.
    The massively extended ISO range also gives access to a greater range of shutter speeds, I have moved my ISO limit (the max ISO I will normally use with an acceptable level of noise) up from 1600 on the D90 to 25600 on the D7500. Those 4 stops would cost me an awful lot in wide aperture lenses so are a real gift in low light. Beyond 25600 the grain becomes significant but you can still get usable images at 51200.
    The camera feels perfectly balanced and the button layout is slightly tweaked from the D90 to put the most used ones closer to hand. The new control dial allows control of shooting mode (including two user defined modes) and selection of single, continuous or timer functions. The continuous modes are very fast (up to 8 FPS) which I have not experienced on a camera in this class before and opens up some new opportunities.
    There is an articulated touchscreen which is nice and bright and allows for low level shooting with live-view but this is not something I expect to use often – it has full HD video capability for those that will use it and I expect the screen comes into its own there.
    Overall, I can’t wait to get more use out of this. Amazon was by far the cheapest place (for UK stock) to purchase and although it was out of stock when ordered the communication was good.

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  5. Antonio

    Macchina spettacolare… Sono all’inizio del cammino con questa reflex, ma colpisce per la qualità delle immagini, la velocità delle raffiche e per mantenere foto senza rumore anche ad ISO altissimi. La consegna è avvenuta con un giorno di anticipo rispetto al previsto! Contentissimo!!!

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  7. Kye Dennis Coggin

    The Nikon D7500 sold by technolove are grey imports outside of the EU, although listed as in the EU in the sale you have no warranty with Nikon as these cameras are not made for the UK market, Order cancelled, I mentioned this to Amazon customer services who literally just left the chat.

    These are sold as in the EU, so they should have an EU warranty card that can be activated with Nikon, the seller says they come from Ireland but not sure where they come from before then, if they are from within the EU then there will be a 1 year EU warranty card and should there be any problems you can take it to a genuine Nikon store to have it fixed under Nikon warranty, not an inflated useless extended seller warranty with no legal recourse

    As it is a grey import you will not have a EU warranty card as it will have been bought outside of the EU meant for another country and bounced in to the UK via Ireland and sold at a higher profit margin, for something at this price it is not worth the risk.

    As these sold by technolove are grey imports sold as EU cameras then you may be stuck with a bill if customs gets involved and taxes have not been declared and paid.

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  8. Allan Miller

    I was very doubtful about upgrading to this from my D7200 (high cost, doubtful benefit) but actually the image quality, despite the slightly lower resolution, is significantly higher. Combined with the other small improvements and despite the lack of a second memory card slot, it is a very worthwhile upgrade.

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  9. Davide

    Se trovate il corpo macchina a un prezzo decente è buona ma comprata nuova a 1 millino solo corpo è troppo a mio avviso, una macchina appena sotto al prosumer, va bene per gli smanettoni ma non professionisti.

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  10. Mattia M.

    Ottimo prodotto, bello step dopo la 7200, unica pecca: ha una sola sd!

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  11. Angelo Scandura

    Qualità e velocità.

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  12. Cliente Amazon

    Una macchina perfetta per quello che cercavo, con un’impugnatura comoda, un bell’obiettivo e che realizzasse video di alta qualità (4K).
    La consiglio vivamente anche per chi cerca risultati professionali… Oltretutto è arrivata con un giorno di anticipo, grande amazon.

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  13. bob

    My vacation was coming. I have upgraded to a high end phone (note 9) which made my D90 seem primitive. Finally time for an upgrade, it’s 10 years since I have the D90, surely a contemporary camera will put the new phone to shame. I decided to stay within the same camera class, because I want to have the features the class provides.

    Improves everything the D90 does by some margin:
    The focus speed is substantially improved. The D90 was very limited.
    Ergonomics is improved. Handling is better, more buttons.
    Now with weather sealing.
    Higher resolution
    Better low light performance
    Touchscreen is nice.
    Flipping screen is useful
    Bluetooth is somewhat useful: now the camera and phone pictures have the same timestamp. It’s a really good idea to have the pictures seamlessly in your phone.

    Cons: the only thing it does is to improve what the D90 does, almost nothing new exists or works properly. You would think that in 10 years Nikon could do this, but not…
    Video is absolutely useless. What I found online was not showing the real thing. In practice 80% of your video will be out of focus or the camera trying to stay in focus. Plus: there is incredibly high noise from the lens. AF-P lenses are quieter, but the majority of Nikon’s lenses are not AF-P. So much for the “invest in lenses” advice.
    WiFi is absolutely useless. The speed is very slow and it consumes very much battery. I compared with the phone transferring the same pictures to the NAS: it was 16 times faster. You cannot download the RAW. There is no way to seamlessly make sure the pictures you take land on your PC like a phone can do. Simply put: 10 years later I still need to transfer pictures by removing the card from the camera and putting it into the PC or phone.
    Bluetooth is limited to only 1.7MP, no other size..who knows why I can choose 39 ways to save the picture in camera but only 1 way to transfer over bluetooth.
    There is no USB charging. I can only assume this is so Nikon can sell me a charger that costs a lot of money in case it gets lost. The fact that you can go buy 2 extra batteries and a USB charger for around 30 EUR shows USB charging is possible and cheap.
    Face detection is bad. It only works over the area of the focus points. You think that when the camera detects a face, it exposes properly on the face, but no. You get the same bad exposure because it is using the same old exposure as before.
    HDR is useless. My phone is simply light years away.
    Color rendition is worse than the phone. If I look at reality and then at the camera and at the phone, the phone is much closer to reality.
    No weight reduction: every camera in the DX line has lost substantial weight in the last 10 years. Except for the D7500, which weighs the same as the D90.
    What is the weather sealing nobody knows. All i found out is this: if it gets wet and survives, Nikon did a good job. If not, it’s your fault. How wet it can get..nobody knows. The phone states is clearly through the IPx specifications.
    No software tricks that the phones can do: no panorama, no auto HDR, no long exposure hand held.

    Drawing the line, I thought this camera will improve my experience and photos and shame my new phone, like the D90 was doing to the phone I had 10 years ago. In practice the phone continues to be king unless I use some specialty lens on the camera (long tele, high aperture). Considering only the substantial changes, compared to the D90 this camera brings only:
    Faster focusing
    Better low light performance when I do long exposures on a tripod.

    Here is the reality: the current high end phone is light years ahead of what phones could do 5 years ago. The computational photography means I can get proper exposures on faces, proper colors, panoramas, hand held long exposures. The small sensor is not the limit anymore.

    For me, the D7500 is not worth the money. There is very little that the camera can do better than the phone: maybe a far away picture with a tele lens, or one where low noise or a high aperture lens is required, 90% of which I can already with the D90.
    If nothing better comes out until the holidays, it is goodbye Nikon for me. Fuji, Sony, Canon, Panasonic..all seem to have a lot of the issues fixed.

    Nikon, if you are reading this, please:
    Fix the video, it’s useless.
    Stop making cameras without USB charging. I want to carry less chargers on my travels and USB chargers are everywhere.
    Make the WiFi useful: let me transfer to PC using my home WiFi not the direct connection. And make it fast enough to be useful. Let me choose Bluetooth picture sizes.
    Clearly state what weather sealing is.
    Make it lighter.
    Start adding computational photography if you want to sell cameras for longer. If I need to babysit an extra 1.5 kg of equipment it better be way more useful than the 0.2 kg of equipment I always carry in my pocket.

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