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Nikon D750 Digital SLR Camera (24.3 MP) 3.2 inch Tilt-Screen LCD with Wi-Fi

Brand - Nikon

Average rating 4.70

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£1,099.00
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The 24.3-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor offers wide dynamic range with clean performance across all sensitivities, delivering images with stunning sharpness and rich tonality ISO range of 100-12800 is extendable to 50-51200 (equivalent) combined with Nikon's flagship EXPEED 4 image-processing engine ensures image rendering is superb for both stills and video Offers photographers superior flexibility with a sturdy tilt-screen monitor and built-in Wi-Fi allowing the upload of impressive full-frame photos via a compatible smart device Broadcast quality video in multiple frame formats, recording Full HD (1080p) movies at 50p/60p frame rates with markedly reduced noise, moire, and false colour A lightweight weather-sealed and energy-saving design - capture up to 1,230 images and up to 55 minutes of movie footage

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I have used Olympus DSLRs for 10 years, but Olympus is out of the DSLR market now, so when my E-3 finally gave up the ghost, I decided to buy this camera. Having used this camera a while now, there are days when I'm almost disappointed that I didn't buy this camera sooner. I say this because the Nikon D750 is such a good camera. Maybe I'm just coming from a low base, but I'm really impressed by the detail I'm able to pull from this camera.

What can I recommend about this camera (other than the image quality)? First, the autofocus locks onto things quickly, and tracks subjects well, so you can take effective photos quickly. This said, one might grumble about the autofocus points being towards the centre of the sensor, which some might dislike, if they want to compose things in.. less conventional, or more interesting ways.

Second, the D750 camera can take 6.5 raw photos a second, which is an improvement on what I'm used it.

Thirdly, it has Wi-Fi. too, so you can, in theory send your photos to your phone and/or iPad quickly for editing. People have complained that it doesn't really work, but I have no complaints about it.

Does it have any issues? First, I'm used to a fully rotatable screen. The screen here only tilts, and that might irritate some.

The camera has a burst rate of 15 frames (2.5 seconds with the button pushed down), before the buffer slows the camera down. This isn't a problem for me but might be difficult for some.

Finally, this has been superceded in 2020 by the D780. It's a better camera, but it's probably not good enough to upgrade from the D750, unless your D750 is at the end of its life.

Mar 01, 2020

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Happy I finally bought my first full frame. No complaints with the purchase!

Feb 15, 2020

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This camera was and is totally dependable. I have it already for 4 years and it just goes. OK, I am using also my iPhone but nothing beats this beast. Very solid too - i have dropped it on concrete at least twice, albeit from a small height, but it came out without a scratch. Amazing in low light. You charge a battery and you can go for a four day vacation and forget to bring a spare (if you dont use flash a lot). Downside: a bit daft in video AF: if you have a non-VR lens, the resulting footage is almost worst than a mediocre GoPro or my iPhone as the camera cannot stabilise AND hunts focus.
Overall: I love it. I just hope I can sell it at a price it deserves to get the new 780...

Jan 10, 2020

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Excellent camera love it

Nov 15, 2019

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Amazon Customer Review

My first pro camera and not disappointed. Great image quality and, coupled with the very thick user manual, surprisingly easy to use. Recommended if your looking for a good quality camera and, being Nikon, lens compatibility is top notch.

Nov 15, 2019

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I'm not a pro, but an enthusiast. I had a D90 before this which was a great camera. I have had the D750 now for over 2 years, and while it is undoubtedly a very good camera, I have had problems with metering on mine. Usually this manifests itself in over exposing peoples faces. I played around with lots of settings but couldn't really fix the problem. Annoyingly the overexposure was variable, so would require various amounts of -EV to fix (sometimes as much as -1) ......the only way to get on top of it was to take the exposure compensation down, and adjust the RAW files accordingly in Lightroom (the sensor is very good at recording information in underexposed areas).....fine if you're a pro and routinely spend hours in post, but not for me when most of the time I just want a good picture out of the camera. I've now switched to a Fujifilm mirrorless camera, which I'm very pleased with.

Sep 14, 2019

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