Nikon D750

Nikon D750

  • Image sensor format: Full format (35 mm)
  • Type of camera: Digital SLR
  • Sensor resolution: 24.3 megapixels
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  • Image sensor format: Full format (35 mm)
  • Type of camera: Digital SLR
  • Sensor resolution: 24.3 megapixels

4.6 of 5 stars

Based on 6 reviews

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25/10/2018
    Absolutely wonderful camera in every way. Can not see any disadvantages of this!

    Google

    07/01/2016
    Edited 08/03/2017
      What a nice camera this is. Surprising that more a question. It should be very popular. Pictures are fantastic. It is a delight every time you fill the images on your computer and go through them. It is so crazy good image quality. It's really me as a photographer is the limit and not the camera. The same applies to the quality of the videos. It gets really inspired to film more and cut something together. Colors, contrast, shield, depth, dynamics, etc. It just so damn good, whether it is pictures or video. Autofocus is fast and accurate. High ISO is also really good. Should you have something negative to say about it as well is part of the autofocus in Live View only is good but not perfect. The camera is comfortable to hold and easy to handle. Buttons and controls feel solid and sits well. The small screen at the top is, naturally lit and it's going to be evenly lit or lit power button and it is done with a trydligt and nice click. The screen is smaller than the example D300, which I first saw as negative, but then I realized that the information is moved to the big screen back and is so much better. Additionally, the same information even in the viewfinder. In the viewfinder, the information is usually clearer than before. Clearly the right choice by Nikon. The house is a mix of magnesium and composite vildet makes it solid and durable. Composite to enable WiFi but probably also to keep the weight down. . House and keys are obviously weather-sealed. The big screen (or whether to call it the rear) can be angled up or down. Very nice! The camera is crazy good, you can afford to buy one, you should not hesitate. It's just soooo wonderful. You become a better photographer with that buddy and your photo will boost interest! You will want to shoot more when you see how good the results are.

      Google

      19/02/2017
      Edited 02/03/2017
        Superfine camera. Was into buying this as the first full-frame camera but could not afford at the time and bought instead D610. But this has now been almost a year and can not be more than super happy. Really fast and you feel the quality of the product. Certainly not regret that I bought the D750. In addition, the grip perfectly. Despite the weight of 840g with battery, so it feels natural to hold this camera.

        Google

        23/04/2016
        Edited 15/10/2016
          For the photographer is basically everything D810 is minus 12 megapixels and some less critical pro features (eg D750 is limited to 1 / 4000s shutter speed and lack 14bit uncompressed RAW). For most needed them not. Far more relevant is that the D750 is significantly smaller and lighter camera, without for that matter compromise too much with the build quality. Now that I had time to take the camera for a while, I realize truly value out of a neater house on the move, considering the lenses so it is enough in the bag. The shutter sounds less at 810 and to silent sounds not at all. D750n compared to more fuss but I can live with. I have had time to use the camera both at home and on two trips and I think that it works wonderfully. There is never any delays, it is always ready and always respond immediately to my commands. The menus are user-friendly and Nikon Vana from before where it's no problem to adjust the camera exactly as I want it to function keys etc. I basically need never take your eye from the viewfinder, all settings I need is just a thumb / index finger movement away. Compared to my previous D5100 are lifting huge. It really is a completely different camera. I can do everything so much easier and so much faster. The viewfinder is large, clear and focused system is of a different world. If you miss the focus is most likely a handling error, I have found that keeping up with all but the fastest / most complicated trackings. And the picture quality is great. Full frame is absolutely wonderful. Impressive dynamic range, you can pull up the shadows without substantial noise (assuming of course that you plates RAW) as the exposure is rarely a problem. With D5100an I never wanted to go over ISO 1600, which saw the hopeless out. Here I can go up to 4000 without problems, often even higher! With the right hands behind the wheel keeps pictures pro class, like me from a simpler APS-C, you will be amazed at what pictures you take with the camera. You can also get very nice video in 1080 / 60p, however, no personally I concern myself much about, but only tested on a few occasions. Finally, I appreciate features such as tilting the screen (do not have to shit down pants legs!) And wifi, which enables connection to a mobile phone, for example, direct transfer and remote firing with live feeds. Practically! My personal complaint is that the tilting screen feels a bit fragile D500ans device feels more solid. The buttons could also have had better sense, even here, D500 and 810 clearly better (more comfortable "click"). And the focus, cruel as it is through the viewfinder, is pretty tough and unreliable in the live-view. I would not recommend the camera to video geeks, for this reason, if you are not satisfied with the manual focus. The small focus-joystick as the D500 and the new Canon 5DMKIV have had not been wrong. But, but, now I have finished whining! My conclusion: D810 if you are looking for optimal detail resolution for studio use, accurate image editing and cropfrihet. D500 if you're shooting sports / action and birds. D750 if you want to take the step to full size and professional quality without adding too much money, and still have a camera that is (relatively) compact and practical. Can heartily recommend!

          Google

          07/10/2016
            Best.

            Google

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