Nikon D750 Camera Review

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Nikon D750

Full-frame photography used to be the preserve of professional photographers, but SLRs like the Canon 6D and Nikon D610 have made it a more realistic proposition for amateur and enthusiast photographers. Nikon's latest full-frame camera, the D750 sits above the D610 and below the Nikon D810 in the company's range, giving enthusiasts another model to choose from.

At the heart of the D750 is a newly designed 24.3-million-pixel CMOS sensor and a Expeed 4 processing engine. Unlike the 36Mp D810, the new camera has an anti-aliasing filter over the sensor. This sensor and processor combination enables a native sensitivity range of ISO 100-12,800 with extension settings taking this to ISO 50-51,200. It's also possible to shoot at up to 6.5 frames per second (fps) and record Full HD video at up to 60p. While 6.5fps is a fair rate, some sports photographers may have been hoping for something a bit higher, perhaps 8fps or more.

Enthusiast videographers will also appreciate the stereo microphone and headphone ports along with the ability to fine-tune audio levels in isolation before and during recording. It's also possible to select the sound range (wide/voice) for adjustment...read full review from here
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