Nikon D750 Summary
Nikon D750 Assessment
The Nikon D750 is an interesting new full-frame DSLR optimized for video. It manages this by compromising slightly its photographic performance while still remaining close to other high-end Nikon offerings.
Image quality is certainly good and competitive among full-frame cameras. Noise is quite low while dynamic-range is high and metering quite sophisticated. Its 24 megapixels CMOS sensor is behind an anti-alias filter which prevents it from achieving critical sharpness.
The EXPEED 4 processor, introduced in the Nikon D810
Nikon D810, takes part in the most sophisticated image-pipeline yet, with more latitude and precision to fine-tune JPEG output. Automatic WB is the main problem area, something which can be corrected with the most precise WB Fine-Tuning function on any digital camera, a 2-axis system with 25 and 49 steps on the B-A and G-M axis, respectively.
The D750 is also fast and completely responsive until its relatively shallow internal-buffer gets full. The new 51-point Phase-Detect AF system is top-notch and sensitive to -3 EV, the most of any Nikon camera.
The conundrum is obviously deciding how important video is to you and if it justifies stepping down from the top-notch image-quality offered by the D610
Nikon D610 or D810 professional full-frame DSLRs.
|Very low image-noise||Slight image softness|
|Good dynamic-range||Poor Automatic White-Balance|
|Exceptional metering||Instant review delay|
|Extremely fast AF||Inconsistent Live-view|
|Generally responsive||Bizarre Auto ISO|
|Unmatched image-parameter flexibility||Exposure Delay mode hidden in menu|
|Good build quality|
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Nikon D750 Highlights
Sensor-Size: 36 x 24mm
Actual size when viewed at 100 DPI
|24 Megapixels DSLR||ISO 50-51200|
|Nikon F Mount|
Extra Large Viewfinder
|Full manual controls, including Manual Focus|
|2 Axis Digital Level||Custom white-balance with 2 axis fine-tuning|
|Built-in Dust Reduction||Hot-Shoe|
|6.5 FPS Drive, 87 Images||Stereo audio input|
|1920x1080 @ 60 FPS Video Recording||Lithium-Ion Battery|
|3.2" LCD 1.2 Megapixels||Secure Digital Extended Capacity x 2|
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