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The EOS 7D Mark II isn't just a high-speed specialists, it's a terrific all-round camera.It's tough, with an alloy body and weather-sealed controls, it has a great sensor with an advanced dual-pixel hybrid autofocus system, and it's a powerful video camera too.
That said, there are some mirrorless cameras out there like the Fujifilm X-T2 and Sony Alpha A7R II that are taking the place of DSLRs in pro photographer's kit bags.Read our in-depth Canon EOS Rebel T7i / EOS 800D review Sensor: Full-frame CMOS | Megapixels: 36.3MP | Autofocus: 51-point AF, 15 cross-type | Screen type: 3.2-inch, 1,229,000 dots | Maximum continuous shooting speed: 5fps | Movies: 1080p | User level: Expert Now overshadowed by the D850, the D810 is still a great buy.It's built like a tank, it handles beautifully and it doesn't cost the earth - well, when compared to competition that is.The new sensor impresses, as does the 45-point autofocus system backed up by excellent live view AF, while the newly designed graphical interface will certainly make this camera even more appealing to new users.The absence of 4K video and the quality of the exterior materials disappoint, but this aside, if you're looking for a well-rounded and easy to use camera for your first DSLR the EOS Rebel T7i / EOS 800D is certainly a very good bet.Read our in-depth Nikon D7500 review Just like D500 above, the EOS 7D Mark II borrows much from its big brother, the EOS-1D X (that's now been replaced by the EOS-1D X Mark II), bringing 10fps shooting and a professional autofocus system to the amateur market.
Now you can shoot action and sports like the pros, but at a price within the reach of enthusiasts.
Read our in-depth Nikon D500 review Sensor: APS-C CMOS | Megapixels: 20.9MP | Autofocus: 51-point AF, 15 cross-type | Screen type: 3.2-inch tilt-angle touchscreen, 922,000 dots | Maximum continuous shooting speed: 8fps | Movies: 4K | User level: Intermediate Cheaper than the D500 and while it doesn't offer quite the same pro-spec performance, the Nikon D7500 packs in the same excellent 20.9MP sensor, but in an even more compact and affordable body.
The new camera may not get the 153-point AF system from the D500, but the enhanced 51-point system in the D7500 still puts a lot of rival systems in the shade, while the 4K video capture, tilt-angle touchscreen display and 8fps burst shooting are some of the highlights.
If you want to know more about how they compare, read this: Mirrorless vs DSLR cameras: 10 key differences.
Or, if you want to know more about different camera types in general, check out our step-by-step guide: What camera should I buy?
This full-frame monster of a camera might be pricey, but for the cash you get a stunning camera.