- Resolution: 24.3 MP
- Sensor size: 35.9 x 24 mm
- Screen size: 3.2 inches
- Sensor type: CMOS
- Type: DSLR
- Built-in Flash: Yes
- Battery Type: EN-EL15 Lithium-ion
- LCD Info Display: TFT LCD
Nikon D750: The Monster is Out and Roaring
We did handle the Nikon D3S for long and were often floored by the astounding set of features it possessed. While the wait for a newer device to hit the international shores wasn’t that prolonged, the 300K mark for the shutter variants readily brought us to the exceptional Nikon D750. The upgraded sensor is something to vouch for and as per the hands-on experience; we did find the low-light imagery to be nothing less than brilliant.
Pros: Low-light sensitiveness is something which enhances the reputation of this gadget, further. While the autofocus system renders the added functionality, the burst setting gets the additional boost with the latest Nikon D750. Here is the tilting LCD and a longer battery life for the more professional flock. The 24MP sensor comes with a full framed body which showcases excellent flexibility.
Cons: While the price may be the only detrimental aspect, similar body design as with the D610 portrays the lack of innovation in terms of design cues. The tilting screen doesn’t focus much on the vari-angle whereas the viewfinder lacks the prowess of showing images while being captured.
The subsequent review needs to be a highly detailed one as the Nikon D750 comes with many sizeable features while providing the perfect working environment for the professionals. While the HD recording is something quite usual, the USB 3.0 and Wi-Fi support provide the needed spunk. The pixel range is similar to the D610 but this one comes in as the more enticing option with a higher burst capture rate and effective, high-quality Autofocusing spec.
Design and Build:
It’s time we get to know the monocoque construction a bit better as with the perfect combination of carbon fibers and the magnesium alloy. The Nikon D750 thus combines solid exterior to the feathery feel which renders the device extremely light and sturdy. While in hand the device feels exceedingly comfortable and doesn’t feel too heavy for shooting through the longer hours. Weatherproofing is also an added option as per the certified norms which allow the user to get a feel of the rain and shoot images, simultaneously. Innards suggest that the device is durable both in and out as the Kevlar composite shutter is something for the future. While the mode dial rests on the leftmost part of the top plate, the special effects mode is included within as well. One can also look at the rear end sporting the control layout and usable thumb rest with the live viewing switch integrated within. LCD underwent a minor change as compared to the D610 whereas the ‘I’ tab works as the fabled Guide mode.
This segment alongside the sensor demarcation form the backbone of any professional camera and the Nikon D750 features a wider range at f1.4, realizing images at a highly widened angle. One can manually select the same while adding the continuous focus point as per the surroundings. The 24MP sensor unit justifies the full frame terminology whereas the anti-aliasing filter somewhat impedes the overall performance of the device. Shots taken at higher ISO levels corresponding to 3200 are picture perfect with a few speckles here and there. If the user is willing to go up to 25600, the Chroma noise is still within acceptable limits whereas one can also look at the subtle luminance noise. The matrix metering system is worth mentioning which helps the professionals get the perfect exposure as per the surroundings and moods.
If one looks to make the full use of the Nikon D750 then staying on track with the features is highly imperative. Be it the aperture priority settings or the 9 point cross type AF mechanism, one can access every detail with ease while changing the Auto ISO up to a usual range of 12800 and 25600 for low light conditions. Min shutter speed of 1/250 is something to look forward to as the single shots are clicked at a rapid rate. One might also make use of the playback menu featuring the D-Pad and the added histograms. Low light conditions make the use of the newest autofocusing spec which readily works even in a darker room. This is where the Nikon D750 performs way above the expectations as for its low light capturing prowess besides opting for a wider viewing angle.
Here comes a camera which gives an added emphasis to the editable RAW images which are considered within the dynamic range. Image manipulations are seemingly easy whereas the high quality colors are also ensured.
Go get hold of this excellent professional option at the available price range mostly for its high-end image processor and the 24MP sensor resolution. This is one near perfect gadget which throws in quite a lot besides exceptional image quality and the HD recording spec.
Nikon D750 Rivals:
Canon EOS 7D
Canon EOS 70D