|Nikon D750. Image: nikonusa.com|
Photography enthusiast would want to have a full-frame camera, then you can choose the Nikon D750 with a 24 megapixels Full frame (35.9 x 24 mm ) sized CMOS sensor and features Expeed 4 processor. Nikon replaced the older Nikon D700 with this model. According to the cameras.reviewed.com Nikon D750 is designed to bridge the gap between the "entry-level" D610 and the "professional-level" D810.
Nikon D750 combines the updated 24-megapixel sensor from the D610 with the processor of the D810. Nikon D750 also equipped with built-in Wi-Fi, allows control of the camera via Nikon’s WMU application (Android, iOS), and which also allows transfer of JPEG images to your mobile device.
The D750 has a Nikon F lens mount and currently there are 236 native lenses available for this mount. Nikon D750 doesn't have a sensor based image stabilization system but 45 of these lenses already comes with optical image stabilization. There are also 30 lenses with weather sealing for D750 that you can couple with its weather sealed body. D750 has a built-in flash, and also has a shoe to mount your external flashes.
Nikon D750 is a high-end DSLR camera which is made with a combination of magnesium alloy and carbon fibre. You will love the rear screen is 3.2 inches across, with a resolution of 1.23 million dots. The viewfinder offers a clear and simple read-out of settings, and a much more natural look than any EVF. This full-frame camera uses the Multi-CAM 3500FX II focus system, the same found in the pricier Nikon D810. It’s designed to be able to work very well in near-darkness, and very fast. It’s better than better than the AF of the Nikon D610. The D750 has 51 AF points, 15 of which are cross-type.
Nikon D750 key specs:
24MP - Full frame CMOS Sensor
1920 x 1080 video resolution
6.5 fps continuous shooting
ISO 50 - 51200
3.2″ Tilting Screen
Optical (pentaprism) viewfinder
750g. 141 x 113 x 78 mm
Weather Sealed Body
Replaced Nikon D700
|Nikon D750 vs Sony A7 II. Image: youtube.com|
Nikon D750 features both Contrast Detection and Phase Detection autofocus (AF) systems. Very few cameras has these at the same time. The base ISO range is 100-12,800, but can be boosted to 50-51,200. If you are looking to capture subjects on the move, the shot-to-shot on the D750 is capable of 6.5 fps while shooting either FX or DX images.
You can record your videos at a highest resolution of 1920 x 1080 and save in H.264 formats and MPEG-4. It has a built-in Stereo microphone and a Mono speaker. The camera also has a port for an external microphone and a headphone port for connecting external headphones which make Nikon D750 a very proper camera high quality videography.
In addition to the built-in Wi-Fi, the D750 is also equipped with scene modes, and a tilting LCD all complement what is otherwise a pro-grade camera. You also can connect your camera to other devices through HDMI port or via USB 3.0 (5 GBit/sec) port. The camera.reviewed.com also mentioned that “The D750 is primed to be the most video-centric full-frame Nikon option yet—every bit the equal of Canon's 5D Mark III.” The main competitor of the D750 is Sony A7 II, Panasonic Lumix GH4 and of course Canon EOS 5 D Mark III. Which camera would you choose? Make sure you get a fair comparison of the observers and other major reviewers, both in the magazine devoted to photography as well as on the Internet.