If Canon updates its EOS 7D Mark II in the PhotoKina, Nikon wasn’t going to do less and present the evolution of their DSLR for advanced fans; the Nikon D750.
Situated mid-road between the D610 and the D810 (just on the border between the amateur and professional cameras), the D750 ups the stakes in many fronts. Fist, the resolution of the new CMOS sensor that now reaches the 24 MPx in FX (Full Frame) format and an ISO sensibility of 100-12,800 – and forced, up to 51,200-.
The D750 gives a review on all the components of the camera. The processor is an EXPEED 4, usually used by the upper-end models, an AF with 51 points with a MultiCam 3500FX module with 15 cross sensors, used in professional bodies, 6.5 fps of burst speed and a dual slot for two SD memory cards.
There are also novelties on the 3.2” screen that is able to flip vertically, with a variable angle between 90 and -75 degrees that has become more popular little by little in reflex and Nikon and that undoubtedly gives a lot of versatility.
Finally, the addition of the WiFi connectivity- something that the competitors have done for a while now- allows the control and the transfer of images from the phone. On the other hand, the 4K video will have to wait because for the moment it stays with Full HD 1920X1080 video at 60p, 30p and 24p.
The price is around 2300 dollars on Amazon!