posted Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at 12:01 AM EDT

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What happens when you take the imaging pipeline of the Nikon D500 and combine it with the D7000-series? You create the Nikon D7500. Nikon has announced this newest addition to their D7000-series of enthusiast DX DSLR cameras and the successor to the popular Nikon D7200. 

The Nikon D7500 uses the same 20.9-megapixel DX sensor, faster EXPEED 5 processor and 180k-pixel RGB metering sensor from their flagship DX camera, the Nikon D500. The result is a promising-looking enthusiast DSLR with a wider ISO range and faster continuous shooting than the D7200. But it’s about more than still imaging with the new D7500. Video features have also been dramatically improved compared to the D7200. The D7500 now offers 4K UHD video as well as a bevy of other videographer-friendly features.

To learn much more about the Nikon D7500, head on over to our Nikon D7500 First Impressions.

Nikon D7500 First Impressions

Nikon's new D7500 DSLR combines many features from the D500 with the smaller body size and enthusiast-oriented price tag of the Nikon D7200.