Free your vision with Nikon D750! This is the perfect camera for the photographer who wants a camera which is one step down from the pro models.
You get the low-light flexibility that comes with a full-frame sensor, and some additional features that are generally left out of the top models.
This camera is quite easy to handle and gives very productive output. It’s no wonder the D750 was the most hotly anticipated camera in the market.
Packed with an array of powerful features, like the ability to shoot full HD movies and inbuilt Wi-Fi, the D750 will take your digital photography to the next level.
The D750 Camera is Nikon’s third DSLR this year.
Falling between more affordable cameras like D610 and the high-resolution D810, it does a good job of including the good qualities of both of those cameras.
The D750 also offers faster and more continuous shooting than the D810.
Images and videos
With a full-frame 24MP sensor and dynamic range of 12.9EV, this Nikon’s camera is capable of shooting exceptional images. Even better, you can maximise every detail with the post-shoot mode, which avoids clipping in highlights while shooting.
shots are almost inaudible up to ISO 400.
The standard ISO range is 100 – 12800, but it can be expanded up to 25,600 and down to ISO 50.
As for videos, this camera can shoot HD 1080p videos at 60 frames per second. Unfortunately, you will not be able to make 4K capture.
- EXPEED 4 Image Processor
- Has full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps
- 24-MP full frame CMOS sensor with AA filter
- Flip up and down 3.2’’1 229k-dot RGBW LCD screen
- 6.5 fps continuous shooting
- Improved 51- point Multi-CAM 3500FX II AF system which is sensitive to -3 EV
- Detects the face with the 91,000-pixel RGB metering sensor.
- Spot-metering is linked to AF point
- Inbuilt Wi-Fi
- Power aperture for control during live video
- Group area AF mode
- Simultaneous internal recording and HDMI output
Rate On The Market
The D750 has an MSRP of $2299/£1799 body only or $3599/£2349 with the 24-120mm F4G lens.
In Europe, you will have to pay around €2150 for the body and £2700 if you buy this camera with the 24-85mm F3.5-4.5G lens.
- AF performance is excellent
- The image quality is exceptional
- Easy to handle
- Manual control feature like that of D810 is missing in this camera
- Although this is a very high quality digital camera with great features, the price is fairly high