- Resolution: 24.3 MP
- Sensor size: Full frame (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 & charger
- LCD Info Display: TFT-LCD
- Lens Kit: 24 - 120 mm
Nikon D750: Feature-Packed SLR with a Massive Battery Life
Unlike most DSLRs, Nikon has recently launched a new gadget that stacks in some of the most powerful features in its class. This camera offers several connectivity schemes in addition to a feature packed viewfinder. Here is a detailed analysis of the existing specs sheet:
Nikon D750 throws in a 24MP CMOS image sensor that supports 6016 x 4016, in terms of maximum resolution. We also get a EXPEED 4 image processor in addition to the extensive ISO range in 100-12800. RAW format is also supported by the same besides three JPEG quality levels. This camera brings in multiple AF modes and offers 51 focus points to work with.
We also get a tilting 3.2-Inch screen with this gadget that offers Live View support. Other attributes include built-in flashlight support for up to 12.00m. External flashlight compatibility is showcased followed by burst shooting support at 6.5 frames per second. This camera can record Full HD videos as well.
Nikon D750 misses out on some effective deals, including touch support for the TFT-LCD screen and digital zoom.
Unique Selling Points
This SLR throws in a USB 2.0 port along with the functional mini-HDMI output. Some of the best, additional specs include a microphone port and built-in wireless support. Most importantly, this gadget is environmentally sealed for dust and water resistance. Apart from optional GPS support and orientation sensor, we also get a massive battery unit supporting 1230 shots on a single charge.