Nikon D7500: What you need to know
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Nikon D7500: What you need to know

The D7500 is now capable of 4K video capture in 30, 25 and 24p. Users can now also shoot 4K UHD timelapses. But don't expect your lenses to offer the same field of view when shooting video as they do for stills, because like the D500, the camera uses a 1.5x crop of the sensor when capturing 4K (that's a total crop factor of 2.25x relative to full-frame). Recording time is similarly cut off at 29:59.

That processing speed boost also translates to an increased burst rate of 8 fps (up from 6 fps on the D7200) with a buffer depth of 50 14-bit Raw files or 100+ full-size JPEGs. The ISO range is 100-51,200, and expandable from ISO 50 to 1.6M – the same as the D500.