The D7500 is a great camera, but is it the right one for you? Nikon must have thought that, by pitching its new model between the old-butgood D7200 and the powerful-but-pricey D500, it was making our lives easier, but we’re not so sure! And when you factor in the good-value full-frame D750 at a similar price, it gets harder still. See our thoughts on the D7500’s rivals opposite, but we need to sum this up, so here goes: if you actually want value, we think the D7200 does it better. If you want outright speed, you might regret not getting the D500. And if you’re in pursuit of all-round quality, you should really be looking at the D750. The D7500’s strength is that it gives you a bit of everything. It has the video and high-ISO performance of the D500 and much of its speed, and yet it has some of the value for money and all-round userfriendliness of the D7200. If you imagine your budget and your wish-list on both sides of a see-saw, the D7500 balances it perfectly!