Nikon D750 DSLR Camera
Nikon D750 DSLR Camera with 24-120mm Lens
The Nikon D750 DSLR Camera is Nikon’s third full-frame DSLR this year, and for a lot of our readers, it might be the most significant. Sitting between the more affordable D610 and the pro-grade, high-resolution D810, the D750 borrows elements from both cameras. Impressively though – with the exception of its 24 megapixel sensor – the D750’s build quality, ergonomics and feature set have much more in common with the more expensive of the two.
The Nikon D750 DSLR offers faster continuous shooting than the D810 (6.5fps), an ‘improved’ version of the D810’s 51-point AF system (more on that later), a 91,000-pixel RGB metering sensor, a now tilt-able 3.2″ RGBW LCD screen (which is otherwise the same), and the same OLED viewfinder display. The D750 also inherits the same video specification as the D810, which itself incorporated the refinements that Nikon has been adding with each successive DSLR release. In this instance, that means powered aperture control, the new ‘Flat’ picture control mode and the addition of zebra overexposure warnings (though no focus peaking yet). The D750 also offers AuISO control in manual exposure video shooting, retaining exposure compensation.
Nikon D750 DSLR Camera: Key Specifications
24MP Full-frame CMOS sensor (with AA filter)
Flip up/down 3.2″ 1,229k-dot RGBW LCD screen
6.5 fps continuous shooting
Improved 51-point Multi-CAM 3500FX II AF system (sensitive -3EV)
91,000-pixel RGB metering sensor with face detection and spot-metering linked AF point
1080/60p video recording
Powered aperture for control during live view/video
Group Area AF mode
Simultaneous internal recording and HDMI output