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I hope I’m in the correct forum for this.  I currently have a Nikon D3200 using a Tamron 16-300 lens.  My shooting is primarily landscape, wildlife (including fast moving wildlie), tourist type urban settings and family type photos.  Every now and then I get into low light situations but not often.  I’m considering moving to an intermediate DSLR and will stay with Nikon due to the lens.  I’m starting to get the paralysis of analysis with the specification.  I’m considering the D5600 and D7500. 

Both cameras have pros and cons.  I’ve tried to think of what I think is important to me for the type of shooting that I do.  The D5600 has a higher resolution, higher effective pixels and higher sensor detectors bu smaller sersor (by 1 mm in length), no image stabilization and less focal points,  I wonder if the D7500 would be the better choice except for the resolution and several other factors mentioned.  Any suggestions would be appreciated on what the best camera for my type of shooting would be.