Skip to main content

The Expanded Guide : Nikon D750

The Expanded Guide : Nikon D750

The D750 is Nikon's new full-frame DSLR, occupying a position between the D610 and D810 in the company's FX format line-up. It's designed for the serious photographer, and of particular interest to anyone stepping up to full-frame from one of Nikon's APS-C format models.  For those who want to switch between stills and video with ease and who love to share their shots, this camera could be an ideal tool. Not only does it offer superb image quality, but also it features cinematic video capabilities in a compact fully weather-sealed design with a tilting 3.2in., 1229k-dot Vari-angle LCD and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, two SD card slots and 6.5fps continuous shooting in both FX and DX formats. 

The D750 offers 24.3 megapixels in a FX format, and a 51-point AF system with Group Area AF mode, a powerful EXPEED 4 image processor and Full HD video recording at 50/60p. The large sensor, together with the processor, enables stunning images and videos to be captured across a sensitivity range of ISO 100–12800 (expandable to 50–51,200).

The Author
Jon Sparks is an award-winning photographer and writer specializing in landscape and outdoor photography. He has travelled and photographed in Pakistan, New Zealand, Australia, Canada and Morocco as well as most European countries and supplies images to the global libraries Corbis and Alamy as well as selling images directly through his own library.