What the experts say
Digital Camera World liked the D7500's ISO performance, ability to shoot video in 4K and its 8 frames per second continuous shooting. There may be small cons like the single card slot, but right now there are few rivals to the D7500 at this price.
From build quality to photo quality DPReview liked the Nikon D7500. It might not be so good for video enthusiasts despite its 4K ability due to the 1.5x crop and rubbish video autofocus,
TechRadar believes the D7500 is great value for money. As an upgrade to previous models, it has put together a 20.9MP sensor with the D5000's image processing tech. It has a great ISO performance and has added din 4K video which makes it a really attractive proposition. The rear screen has low resolution though and having only one card slow is not ideal.