At this price, why don’t I just take the plunge and go for the full frame D750?

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Ab­so­lutely! But this is where you need some crys­tal-clear think­ing about where you want to go with your pho­tog­ra­phy. If you’re look­ing for an all-round im­prove­ment in im­age qual­ity, like ex­plor­ing a mix­ture of sub­jects and are keen to progress as an artist or as a pro­fes­sional, the D750 is in­deed the bet­ter choice. A DX-for­mat cam­era like the D7500 is re­stricted partly by its sen­sor size, but also by lens choice; for the best choice of primes and con­stant-aper­ture zooms at both stan­dard and shorter fo­cal lengths, Nikon’s FX for­mat is the way to go. But if your in­ter­est lies in sports/ac­tion/low-light pho­tog­ra­phy, the D7500 de­liv­ers more bang for your buck.

The bot­tom line: If you can af­ford to buy the D7500, maybe you can af­ford to go full frame with the D750.

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