It has just been announced, Nikon has launched a new full frame DSLR named D750, which, from a honest point of view stands pretty well spec-wise:
- 24.3 MP FX Full Frame Sensor (Exspeed 4)
- 51 Focus points, 15 of them cross type (same focusing system as D810)
- Wifi (yes, finally!)
- flip-out screen
- Internal focusing motor
- Rugged weather proof magnesium alloy monocoque body
- 60 FPS HD video recording
- Up to 1230 shots with a single battery charge
The D750 offers you all the features you wish the D610 had, and at not a such high price as the D810. The very idea behind this camera being to offer premium features at a reasonable price.
Expeed 4 is Nikon’s newly developed image processor, accompanied by a 24.3-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor, capable of ISO ranges from 100-12,800, expandable to rather insane levels of 50-51,200.
The shutter speed has a range of 30-1/4000s, a continuous burst rate of 6.5 shots per second.
The 51-point autofocus system with 15 cross-type sensors is similar with the focus system used on higher end cameras like the D810 and D4s. Nikon says the D750 is the first Nikon DSLR to have the ability to lock onto subjects with as little as -3 EV illumination, allowing you to autofocus quickly and accurately in very dark environments. Pretty damn good, I already love this camera!
Nikon offers a couple of brilliant settings which allows quick adjustment in terms of image exposure and capture. For example Highlight Weighted Metering is a feature that prevents blown-out highlits, this would be great for concerts or other on-stage type of events where bright lights are encountered. Other Advanced Picture Control options would be “Flat” and “Clarity”, these allow an accentuation of image details and broaden the tonal range.
Video-wise the Nikon family has been a bit behind the trends, until the D810 came out. It seems that D750 kept most of these features like 60 fps FullHD 1080 p video capture, but he main advantage it has, is the flip-out LCD screen, the D750 being the first Full Frame FX camera with a flip out LCD screen.
The D750 has an incorporated Wifi, this means no more additional adapters to fill your camera bag or pockets, this one has it built in, allowing you to quickly transfer images/video over wifi to your smartphone/tablet or other devices, from where you can share them (or not) to your favorite social media sites.
You can already order your Nikon D750, and I would deeply appreciate if you use the links below: