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    Steve Perry, full review.

    Steve Perry, full review.
    Steve has done a full, and very complete, review on the D7500. As is his way, he has shot quite a bit with the camera before doing the review, making it more valuable that the reviews that come out the second a new camera hits the market.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpIW0_0MQEg


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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    His reviews are great.
    "Remember to gaze up at the night sky because there is a little bit of the cosmos in each of us."


    Um yeahhhh, I shoot a lot of pics of my dogs.
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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    Nice review. And it did not make me unhappy with my d7200, so all is good in my world.
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    I must have a really good camera.

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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    Mike

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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    Gee, according to DXO (for what that is worth ) the D7200 is still the King of DX cameras
    Brent: Poway, CA
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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    My thought chain on returning to the fold was i wanted a camera to go with the Sigma 100-400 as it ticked the boxes for me.

    The best value for money has to be the D750 I think it can be bought for around 250 more than the D7500 but the FOV with a 400mm lens was just too wide for me.
    The D7200 i have owned and could not fault it and at around 850 its a decent price ( apart from the larger buffer though i never noticed a big upgrade from the D7100)
    Now the D7500 it just did not excite me @ 400 more than a D7200.
    The D500 though a lot more expensive i felt it would cope with my f6.3 lens better so thats why i decided on it.

    I cant help feeling the D7500 is a money making exercise due to falling profits on the D7200, i am sure though any one purchasing it will get a great camera.
    Mike

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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    That was a really well-balanced review. I do enjoy his approach. Seemed fair and well balanced.
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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    That was a really well-balanced review. I do enjoy his approach. Seemed fair and well balanced.
    His reviews always are. I have his website Backcountry Gallery | Fine Art Nature Photography By Steve Perry bookmarked. I always enjoy reviewers who can actually produce a decent photograph , not just rattle off specs.
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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blacktop View Post
    His reviews always are. I have his website Backcountry Gallery | Fine Art Nature Photography By Steve Perry bookmarked. I always enjoy reviewers who can actually produce a decent photograph , not just rattle off specs.
    Agreed. The man has the skills to back up his opinions. Plus, he has a great sense of humor, and is humble in his approach. Maybe I can be like him when I grow up.
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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    Never watched any of this guy's videos before, but for some reason I decided to watch this one.

    I am now subscribed to him on Youtube.
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