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Nikon D750

Nikon D750

The Nikon D750 is a 24 MP camera which has inherited many of the features of the D810 and D4s while adding some of its own like built-in Wi Fi, a tilting screen, and increased autofocus sensitivity down to -3 EV.

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List Price (USA): $2,296
In Production: Yes
Launch Date: September 2014
Megapixels: 24.3
Format: FX (Full-Frame)
Sensor Type: CMOS
Max. Resolution (pixels): 4016 x 6016
Low-Pass Filter: Yes
Sensor Dimensions (mm): 35.9 x 24.0
Min. ISO: 100
Max. ISO: 12800
Expanded ISO Range: 50-51600
Still File Formats: JPEG, 14-bit RAW, 12-bit RAW, RAW+
Dust Removal Support: Yes
Shooting Modes: Full Auto, Program (P), Aperture Priority (A), Shutter Priority (S), Manual (M), Bulb (B), User, Auto (No Flash), Scene
Additional Features: Auto DX Crop, In-Camera Retouching, Custom Picture Control, Active-D Lighting
Processor: EXPEED 4
Minimum Shutter Speed (s): 30
Maximum Shutter Speed (s): 1/4000
Max. Burst (FPS): 6.5
Release Modes: Single-Frame, Continuous Lo, Continuous Hi, Quiet Shutter, Quiet Continuous, Mirror Lock-Up, Self-Timer, Interval Shooting
LCD Screen Size ("): 3.2
LCD Screen Resolution (dots): 1,229,000
Electronic Level/Horizon: Yes
Live View Mode: Yes
Viewfinder Type: Pentaprism
Viewfinder Magnification (x): 0.7
Viewfinder Frame Coverage (%): 100
Metering Sensor: 91K-pixel RGB Sensor
Auto Metering Modes: Matrix, Center-Weighted, Spot
Meter Operating Range (EV): 0 to 20
Exposure Compensation Range (EV): -5 to 5
Exposure Compensation Steps: 1/2EV, 1/3EV
Auto Bracking Frames: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Auto Bracketing Modes: Exposure
White Balance Modes: Auto, Fluorescent, Cloudy, Daylight, Shade, Incandescent, Manual Color Temperature
Primary AF Type: Phase Detect Autofocus
AF Modes: Single-Servo AF, Continuous AF, Dynamic Area AF, 3D Tracking, Auto-Area AF
AF Points: 51
AF Operating Range (EV): -3 to 19
Screwdrive AF Support: Yes
Live View Autofocus: Contrast Detect
Face Detection Support: Yes
Movie Mode: Yes
Movie File Formats: MOV, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, RAW Video Output
Built-In Microphone: Stereo
External Microphone: Yes
Video Framerates (Size/FPS): 1080p/24, 1080p/25, 1080p/30, 1080p/50, 1080p/60, 720p/50, 720p/60
Video Autofocus: On-demand AF
Manual Video Controls: ISO, Shutter Speed, Aperture, Exposure Compensation
Maximum Video Lenth (min): 30
Built-In Flash: Yes
Flash Sync Speed (s): 1/200
Flash Compensation Range (EV): -3 to 1
Supported Flash Modes: Red-Eye Reduction, Slow-Speed Sync, Rear-Curtain Sync, Fill Flash
Hotshoe: Yes
Mount Type: Nikon F Mount
Number of Media Slots: 2
Compatible Card Types: SD, SDHC, SDXC
Width (mm): 140.5
Height (mm): 113
Depth (mm): 78
Weight (g): 750
Connectivity: Universal Hotshoe, USB 2, Mini-Jack Audio Input, Mini HDMI, GPS (Via accessory), Wi-Fi (Built-in)
Battery Grip: No
Battery Model: EN-EL15
Battery Life (Frames): 1230
Power Adapter Support: Yes
Weather Sealing: Yes
Available Colors: Black
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1 Review

Had the body for 1 week now, initial thoughts are that it handles great, the grip is perfect for my hand and as the body isnt that heavy it's no problem to carry this around all day.


The 6fps frame rate is great, tested this with some horse jumping  and it handled no problem. Although I should have had focus tracking on but that was down to me rather than the camera.


All my lenses wok reat with it, 50mm 1.8, 85mm 1.8 and 70-300mm. I do have a DX lens, Sigma 10-20 mm, however the camera comes with auto crop mode so it will crop the image for you when using a DX lens, should you wish.


For the type of photography i do, it's perfect. Once i've had it a few months I will do a further review with some images.