Every now and then a product captures our imagination by being outstanding in specifications and at a price that is not over the top. Nikon Have done this with the D750. A well specified camera that will satisfy both the professional and keen amateur photographer alike.
What I do love about Nikon is that all the lenses from previous models will work on this camera and other current models, albeit you may be limited to using manual mode only. But for video capture, the ability to change aperture and select a focus point is a god send.
Some of the key key features include, full frame capture (FX) and switch-able to the DX capture mode, 24.3 mp sensor. ISO range of 100-12800 which is extendable to 50-51200, this gives you fabulous quality when shooting under low lighting conditions. AF focus using a 51 point AF system which can be configured to 9, 21 or 51 points AF. A tilt rear LCD screen which tilts up to 90′ or down to 76’for easy low or high angle shots. Built in WiFi for quick transfer of photos to smartphone or tablet (iOS and Android supported)
Nikon were the first company to introduce movie capture on a DSLR with the D90, but didn’t keep up with market trends. But now, perhaps late in the day they are now catching up with movie capture. The D750 can shoot Full HD (1080p) in FX and DX format at 50p/60p although no 24p (movie industry standard) or 4K. The camera takes two SD cards these can be customised to either capture RAW and JPEG stills or movies.
The D750 camera is built to similar specifications as the D800/810 so will be a perfect second camera to those models.