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Nikon D7500 with 18-140mm f3.5-5.6 VR
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Specifications

20.9 Megapixels
4K
23.5mm x 15.6mm CMOS
3.2"
30sec. - 1/8000sec.
8 FPS Continuos Shooting
ISO 100-51,200
51 Point AF
SD/SDHC/SDXC
30p
Optional
Nikon F DX
EN-EL15a Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
135.5mm x 104mm x 72.5mm
640g

Ratings and Reviews
Great camera!
This is a great camera and it takes great pictures. What more do you want? After watching Chris Nichols review of it I knew right away he was like everyone else who is out to lunch on what they want in a camera. People are expecting this camera to be just like the D500 but guess what? It's not. Because it costs a thousand dollars less! If you want a D500 then shut up and go buy one. If you want to spend a thousand less then this is a great camera to have. It's lighter and smaller and cheaper and it takes great pictures. You don't need a battery grip you just want the option. And the second card slot is stupid too. Buy another card! Memory cards are so cheap these days you have no excuse to not have more than one. If you want pro level features then go buy a pro level body and pay pro level money. My advice to everyone who is so negative about this camera or can't figure out where it slots in the lineup is to shut up and just take pictures. And don't judge a camera on the use of that old and slow 55-300 when you're shooting after sunset. I won't be looking for any more of Chris's camera reviews because he didn't take this review seriously.
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