Nikon D7500 vs Nikon D750 – D750 has been one of the bets DSLRs available in the world that comes with marvelous specs but the side that we and all the photographers love is the capability to produce cutting edge sharp images with stunning clarity and plentiful details of the intended subjects. The first major difference of the two subjects is the sensor size. One side- Nikon D7500 features APSC sensor and on the other side – D750 incorporates large Full frame sensor that guarantees you remarkable quality of images in any kind of shooting situation. However, Nikon D7500 offers solid 4K videos, faster shutter speed, maximum number of continuous shooting drives and a few more that are sufficient to outperform its own family member, Nikon D750.
|Features/ Models||Nikon D7500
|Megapixel||21 megapixels||24.3 Megapixel|
|Sensor size||APS-C (23.5 x 15.7 mm)||Full frame (36 x 24 mm)|
|Low pass filter||No||Yes|
|Image processor||Expeed 5||Expeed 4|
|Image Stabilization||E-VR 3-axis I.S (Video)||No|
|AF system||Contrast + Phase detect sensor||Contrast + Phase detect sensor|
|AF points||51||51 AF points|
|Shutter Min/ mix||30sec-1/8000||30sec-1/4000 s|
|Continuous shooting speed||8 fps||6.5 fps|
|Video||4K UHD Video Recording at 30 fps||Full HD @ 60 fps|
|Display||3.2” 922K-dot tilting touchscreen LCD||3.2″ Rear Screen Tilting LCD (1,229,000)|
|Battery life||950||1230 shots|
|Dimensions||136 x 104 x 73 mm||141 x 113 x 78 mm|
|Weight||640 g||750 g|
Nikon D750 comes with Full frame sensor that is larger in size compared to APS-C of D7500. Moreover, Nikon D750 also employs maximum number of effective resolution, ensuring razor sharp and crystal clear images everytime you go for shooting. On the other hand, Nikon D7500 carries only 20.9 MP resolution can produce large print as of Nikon D7500. Plus the great advantage is that D7500 eliminates low pass filter helps the users get the maximum details of the subjects even when the light is not suitable for shooting.
You can see Nikon used E-VR first time in any DSLR with 3-axis I.S in D7500 that helps the photographers while recording Full HD (1080p). The E-VR 3-axis I.S amazingly reduces the blurs arise due to uncontrolled camera shakes and produce crisp and sharp videos. This vibration reduction mechanism has not been implemented inside Nikon D750.
Look at the maximum ISO range of Nikon D7500. 1.64 Million is much more than enough that dramatically helps you get images at lowlight with minimal noise and allow you for flexible lowlight shooting. On the other hand, Nikon D750 is restricted to use only 51200.
Along with capturing the fast moving subjects the faster shutter speed of 1/8000 sec in D7500 also helps in getting distortion and blur free images. Moreover, Faster shutter speed also helps while shooting at bright light conditions. On the other hand, Nikon D750 offers shutter speed of 1/4000 sec, which is slower than it competitor, Nikon D7500.
Continuous shooting speed
When you are seating at any sports event and enjoying the game of your favorite player but you want to capture a few good moments from that event. Then we must recommend you to take Nikon D7500 because the camera offers you use 8fps of continuous shooting speed greatly captures every action of the subjects. On the other hand, Nikon D750 avails 6.5 fps of continuous drive only.
The great ability of D7500 to record 4K video (29 minutes) creates the big difference in the comparison between Nikon D7500 and D750. You can see that Nikon D750 users can record Full HD video only, whereas D7500 can record 4K. Plus, when Nikon D7500 records Full HD video the E-VR 3-axis I.S helps the camera to get crisp and blur free videos by dramatically suppressed the uncontrolled camera shakes.
Nikon D750 will be non-stop for more than 1250 shots, whereas in single time charge you can use D7500 for 950 shots only.
Nikon D7500 gives you a package of massive specifications in very attainable price. Nikon D7500 costs much lesser than Nikon D750 but gives you superior quality of imaging results.