Like the world out there, we were also excitedly waiting for this camera with features adopted from the D500. And after handling it for some time, we are left wondering whether the D7500 is really an upgrade or a ‘re-arranged’ D7200. The camera surely gets a 2-fps boost in continuous shooting, 4K video, tilting LCD and, theoretically, an expanded ISO range to brag about. But all these come at the expense of 3 million pixels, one memory resolution, by itself, must have improved the continuous shooting rate, and the expanded ISO range does not appear too impressive, considering that the camera uses the latest image processor. And while others have managed to reduce the size of their D-SLRs considerably, the APS-C D7500 is approximately the same size and weight that of the full frame Canon 6D. The D7500 has done away with mechanical aperture tabs and hence older AI and AI-S lenses will not meter with the camera. If Nikon intends to replace the 7200, we are not thoroughly impressed. But if it is going to be placed between the D7200 and the down to an enthusiast camera still makes it a Best Buy.