Nikon D7500 is mid-range DSLR whereas Nikon D5600 is categorized as Entry-level DSLR. Well, it is clearly visible from the table below that Nikon D7500 is of course the champion that carries some of the class leading specs inside it. And the most favorite that everyone who goes to buy it would love its 4K video recording capability. Its AF system will be blazing fast, plus avails the faster shutter speed. Let’s go in detailed comparison and see how Nikon D5600 performs compared to D7500
|Features/ Models||Nikon D7500
|Megapixel||21 megapixels||24.3 Megapixel|
|Sensor size||APS-C (23.5 x 15.7 mm)||APS-C (23.5 x 15.6 mm)|
|Low pass filter||No||No|
|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||39 AF points|
|Shutter Min/ mix||30sec-1/8000||30sec-1/4000 s|
|Continuous shooting speed||8 fps||05 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||970 shots|
|Dimensions||136 x 104 x 73 mm||124 x 97 x 70 mm|
|Weight||640 g||465 g|
Nikon D7500 vs Nikon D5600
Though both the two cameras are based on the same size APS-C sensor so mainly we would expect almost same quality of images from both the two cameras. However, Nikon D7500 as well as Nikon D5600 both can produce premium quality of images due to large APS-C sensor, but Nikon D5600 is somewhere getting little credit for featuring maximum number of effective pixels. 24 MP resolution in Nikon D5600 can produce large prints of the subjects that are very useful for landscape, fashion photographers.
The E-VR 3-axis I.S mechanism inside D7500 is great to reduce camera shakes, but remember this is only applicable when you shoot Full HD (1080P) or below this. It is not used while shooting 4K in Nikon D7500. This E-VR 3-axis vibration reduction engine helps the users get crisp, sharp and blur-free full HD videos. On the other side, Nikon D5600 doesn’t incorporate any vibration reduction hardware.
You can see that both the two cameras have hybrid AF system means both have contrast as well as phase detect AF sensor inside, ensuring fast and accurate tracking of the wildlife or sports subjects moving at rapid speed. But, Nikon D5600 is lagging behind due to feature lesser number of effective AF points. Yes, Nikon D5600 carries only 39 AF points, whereas Nikon D7500 offers you advanced 51-point AF system that helps users cover wide area and make Sharp landscapes and portraits are simple.
Moreover, the D7500 employs a 180K-pixel RGB sensor for more powerful face detection to improve the accuracy of capture-enhancing features like matrix metering, i-TTL, 3D-tracking, AWB and more.
Think what 1.64 million ISO range can do! 1.64 M helps you capture your subjects very consistently in lowlight conditions and greatly controls the noise, which is an uncontrolled part of shooting in lowlight. On the other hand, with Nikon D5600 you can use the maximum ISO level of 25600 that might not so effective in lowlight shooting.
The advantage of faster shutter speed is that it stunningly captures the fast moving subjects with very lesser distortion, plus the faster shutter speed also allows users to use viewfinder at bright light conditions. Here, in this comparison, you can see Nikon D7500 avails the faster shutter speed of 1/8000 sec, whereas Nikon D5600 avails faster shutters speed of only 1/400 sec.
Continuous shooting speed
Nikon D7500 captures 8 frames per second continuously, up to 100 JPEG Fine frames or up to 50 14-bit lossless compressed RAW frames. On the other hand, Nikon offers you the continuous drives of 5FPS only.
Video recording with Nikon D7500 will be full of fun and the one who loves cinema must prefer Nikon D7500 since the camera offers you record 4K video. And the camera also offers you E-VR 3-axis I.S. for full HD video that helps the camera to compensate for the appearance of camera shakes and record crisp and sharp videos.
Compared to Nikon D7500, the Nikon D5600 offers you record only full HD video.
Nikon D5600 allows users to capture 20 more shots compared to Nikon D7500.
As we told you in the beginning that Nikon D5600 is an entry-level DSLR that costs you near to half of Nikon D7500. But if specs are much requirements then Nikon D7500 is just an outstanding option for you.