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Nikon D750 Review

Finding the right DSLR camera is often a confusing task as the market is filled with dozens of varieties suited for different applications. However, the Nikon D750, a jam-packed camera, studded with exceptional features that offer a powerful performance along with an all-round photographical experience.

The camera has been inspired by D4S and D810 and delivers spectacular picture quality, filmic video capabilities and easy handling experience, continuing Nikons legacy to provide most power photographical tools for you.

The camera with the foundations of powerful mono-lens reflex digital camera, with 24.3MP FX-format full frame sensor and 51-point Auto Focus system provides super crispy, swift and high-resolution shoots. It seems that D750’s 24MP image has been structured with the same mechanism as D610 with the addition of AA filter to furnish swift image capturing.

Apart from powerful hardware attributes the cameras main plus points include a 3D Color Matrix Metering III system to couple with a 91,000-pixel RGB sensor and 5 cross-type sensors for a unique and spectacular metering system. Moreover, the camera comes with the first ever autofocus performance with astonishing -3EV level. That is quite incredible.

The D750 also enables 6.5fps continuous shooting speed which is faster than the D810, but inherits the D810 video specifications, with updated modifications that Nikon adds to each successive DSLR release. To be specific the camera chains at maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080 along with 2x – 10x playback zoom

The camera also enables quick frame rates, a low noise distortion, and ISO range from 100 to 12,800. The ISO range although is relatively low as compared to other counterparts but can be expandable up to 51,200.

With EXPEED 4 Image Processor engine the camera has the capability to ability to process incredible and unparallel photography in a single burst moment.

Manufactured from reinforced carbon- reinforced thermoplastics for front cover and front body cover along with magnesium alloy construction for top and rear body the camera achieves an aesthetical look with a touch of nimbleness and durability.

The conventional Wi-Fi sharing and remote-control shooting are present in the camera but surprisingly the camera is loaded with a unique feature that enhances the cameras performance with built in WT-5A Wireless Transmitter with + UT-1 Communication Unit for quicker image transmission capability. The feature adds leaps and bounds to cameras performance and value.

Powered by a powerful EN-EL15 Lithium-ion Battery provide an all-day shooting experience with compatibility for a Creative Lighting System of i-TTL Speedlights offered by Nikon.

However, D750 does not include split screen display zoom feature as present in D810’s and the minimum shutter duration 1/8000 is also not present. But the camera has its own unique features that certainly put in my favorite camera list.

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