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either of those would be great cameras, although I have not used the D500, the D7200 is the camera I use at the moment, I am really happy with it, and if it broke I would straight away go and buy another D7200. I am using mine with Tamron lenses, 3 Tamron lenses I have are 10-24mm 3.5, the 28-70mm 2.8 and 150-600 G2 (equivalent to 900mm on the D7200)
All photos I've posted on clickasnap are using the above.
Good luck with your new camera when you choose it, even if you go for a canon
I'd get a D7100 and put the amount saved towards a good quality lens. If you're into landscapes, I'd recommend the Nikkor 20mm (30mm equivalent on a DX sensor).
Have you looked at full frame options? Those models already mentioned are all crop censor cameras. For landscapes, portraits and indoor photography I would choose a full frame camera. The Nikon D750 looks fantastic on both specifications and reviews, and is currently on sale in the UK for 1499 GBP. The Nikon D7500 is currently on sale for 1140 GBP. So more expensive, but less than a D500, and can be bought on the grey market for much less.
It may be that you have dx lenses of course (which won't work properly on cameras with full frame censors)...