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Nikon D7500 + AF-P 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR + 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR Lens Kit


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1 x Nikon D7500 DSLR Camera Body SPOT DEAL   (Buy NOW to secure at today's price)   +$1,686.80
1 x Nikon AF-P 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR Lens - Kit Version - 2 Year Global Nikon Lens Warranty SPOT DEAL   (Buy NOW to secure at today's price)   +$142.18
1 x Nikon 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR Lens - 2 Year Global Nikon Lens Warranty   (Buy NOW to secure at today's price)   +$312.22

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Nikon D7500 + Nikon AF-P 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR Lens + Nikon 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR Lens

Once we have 100% certainty as to the price of the Nikon D7500 DSLR Camera Body we will change the default price of $9999. We will NOT muck about with deposits and guesses.

Nikon has pulled a rabbit out of it's hat with the new (April 2017) Nikon D7500 DSLR Camera Body. The announcement timing is all out of whack but that won't change the excitement that will be around the Nikon D7500 DSLR Camera Body.

You will read and hear a lot about the Nikon D7500 DSLR Camera Body being a lighter and smaller version of the Nikon D500 and in my opinion that is a fair assessment.

Matt Granger is one of our favourite reviews for his upfront low key and honest reviews. Thanks Matt for your Nikon D7500 DSLR Camera Body video review.

I also like listening to the logic of TheSnapChick as she discussing as to whether she will be buying the Nikon D7500 to add to her trusty D500.


The D7500, with vibrant 4K UHD video support to capture cinematic adventures, is equipped with a high-performance EXPEED 5 image-processing engine and an updated Nikon DX-format 20.9-megapixel CMOS sensor, a combination that creates images with superior definition and reduced noise even at higher ISO values.

Both are inherited from the Nikon D500, allowing photographers to embrace their full creative potential and freeing them from the constraints of challenging shooting environments. The new Nikon DX-format sensor also has a native ISO range of 100 to 512001 to provide minimal noise in low-light scenarios.

Further supporting the unlimited possibilities for image creation is improved subject acquisition with the highly precise Autofocus (AF), Auto Exposure (AE), and auto white balance performance, delivered by the 180K-pixel RGB sensor and 51-point AF System.

The latest DSLR also seizes the picture-perfect moments with a high-speed continuous capture of up to 50 shots with each burst of approximately 8 frames-per-second (14-bit RAW images with lossless compression applied). All of these features are packed into a re-designed camera body that is lighter and more compact, with a deeper grip to provide secure handling and agility for the freedom of movement.

For superior shots and great adventures to be shared on-the-move, SnapBridge and built-in Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi® are made available.

Ultra-high quality, bold and sumptuous video content of the Northern Lights or the urban landscape of a bustling concrete jungle can be created with support for 4K UHD video in 2160/30p format for both regular5 and time-lapse formats.

Users looking to record longer videos and produce short films are able to simultaneously record files on external HDMI-compatible devices as uncompressed data, and the DSLR’s own memory card. Sharing and viewing of videos on smart devices is also made more seamless with the option to write files in MP4/AAC format.

With the new D7500, photographers are able to push their cameras to the limit in challenging shooting environments. Go out to the deserts, explore the vast tropical forests and its flora and fauna, and capture images of vibrant true-to-life colours, thanks to the updated Nikon DX-format 20.9-megapixel CMOS sensor and a high-performance EXPEED 5 image-processing engine. High-definition image quality with minimised noise, even in low-light environments, is maintained with an ISO range up to 512001.

To aid photographers experimenting with new aesthetic styles, the camera automatically recognises and analyses each shooting scene and adjusts accordingly when the new Auto Picture Control option is selected. When this option is enabled, the DSLR intelligently determines the optimal colour adjustment by fine-tuning the tone curve, colour and sharpness, within the camera, delivering consistency across multiple images taken with continuous shooting. This allows for softer skin depiction in timeless portraits and an enhanced contrast for vibrant landscapes.

The D7500 also incorporates flicker reduction for still images which reduces exposure variations under flickering light sources.

The tracking and capture of subjects in movement has also been made easier with an array of new features that ensure speed and precision. A 51-point AF system and high-speed continuous shooting at up to approximately 8fps help to ensure those spontaneous action moments of a marathon or a surfer’s wave, are never missed.

For photographers looking for greater freedom and creative control, the D7500 has the ability to shoot up to 50 shots2 in 14-bit lossless compressed RAW, with extended buffer capacity. This speed is accompanied by a 180K-pixel RGB sensor, also found in the D500, which supports an Advanced Scene Recognition System for improved face detection performance for auto-area AF and enhanced subject acquisition performance for group-area AF and 3D tracking. To prevent blown-out highlights, the new option for highlight-weighted metering is also available.

Expanded multiple exposure options and in-camera RAW processing options are now available as new features. Individual images and composition or partially overlaid images that make up a multiple exposure shot can be previewed while shooting, with the option to save all or selected images to be combined on a computer after shooting. The enhanced multiple exposure also simplifies the image creation process by providing the option to delete or retake the last image.

Photographers are also able to process multiple RAW files in batches with the additional ability to apply settings, such as white balance and Picture Control during shooting in RAW, to processing parameters. This can be done by selecting the “original” setting from the menu.

Providing ambient lighting to a scene, be it in portrait shoots or wedding parties, controlling lighting seamlessly is made convenient with the WR-R10 Wireless Remote Controller and SB-5000 Speedlight for radio-controlled or simply with the conventional optical-controlled options.

For photographers on the move, convenient handling and greater manoeuvrability are provided from a slimmer and lighter DSLR body of approximately 720g. The camera’s lightweight and slim form is ergonomically designed with a deeper handgrip that is both comfortable and secure to hold for hands of all sizes, especially during handheld shooting without a tripod. This is due to the adoption of a monocoque body structure, which reduces both size and weight without sacrificing durability or strength.

A new touch-operated, slim-tilting monitor for creative framing and photography styles has also been introduced. Through an intuitive touch-controlled user interface, photographers can conveniently configure settings, scroll through images, and control autofocus during shooting along with a whole range of touch-enabled features.

Equipped with support for SnapBridge4, photographers are able to remain conveniently connected to their smart devices. Built-in Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth® enable the continuous transfer8 of images and video files to a paired smart device via the SnapBridge mobile application for on-the-go social sharing.

SnapBridge also provides a suite of additional functions, such as remote shooting, automatic update of camera’s time and location information, embedding of credit information, reception of firmware updates as well as automatic uploads and cloud storage on NIKON IMAGE SPACE

The Nikon D7500 + AF-P 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR + 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR Lens Kitcomes with a full Australian warranty.

Cameras Direct since 2003. Pop into our Gold Coast camera store & warehouse or order online. We look forward to being at your SERVICE Australia wide. We look forward to helping you take a better photo soon. Thank you #NikonD7500

Additional Information

Name Nikon D7500 + AF-P 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR + 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR Lens Kit
Product Type Digital SLR Camera Kit
Lens Minimum Focussing Distance 28 cm
Lens Starting Focal Length 18 mm
Lens Ending Focal Length 55 mm
Lens Maximum Aperture f/3.5-5.6
Lens Minimum Aperture f/22
Image Stabilisation Yes
Built-in Autofocus Motor Yes
Sensor Type CMOS
Sensor Resolution 21 megapixels
Minimum ISO Sensitivity 50
Maximum ISO Sensitivity 1640000
Sensor Size APS-C Crop Sensor
Fastest Shutter Speed 1/8000
Highest Burst Frame Rate 8 fps
Built-in Flash Yes
Maximum Flash Sync Speed 1 / 250 Second
Optical Viewfinder Yes
Memory Card Type SD, SDHC, SDXC
Memory Card Slot SD
Raw File Capable Yes
Live View Mode Yes
LCD Screen Size 3.2 inch
Touch Screen Yes
Mirror Lockup Mode Yes
Battery Type Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
Battery Model EN-EL15a
Lens Mount Nikon F-Mount
Self Timer Function Yes
GPS No
Wi-Fi Enabled Yes
Video Recording Yes
Built-In Mic Yes
Built-In Speaker Yes
Microphone Input Jack Yes
Audio Format AAC, Linear PCM
Video Format H.264, MOV, MP4
Maximum Video Resolution 4K
Headphone Jack Yes
In-built Sensor Cleaning Yes
Product Weight 640 grams (body only)
Warranty Period 2 Years

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