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Nikon D750 topic
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    Specs

    • FF 24.3Mp sensor
    • EXPEED 4
    • 3.2" 1.2M dots monitor, tiltable (like Sony)
    • Improved mirror and shutter
    • 51 AF areas
    • RGB sensor, 91k pixels
    • Burst rate - 6.5fps
    • Video at 1080p24/25/30/50 / 60p
    • Manual control of ISO, shutter speed, and aperture
    • Integrated stereo microphone
    • Sealed body
    • Exposure preview and aperture control in Live View mode
    • Wi-Fi
    • Uncompressed clear HDMI at 8-bit 422
    • Size - 140mm x 112mm x 79mm
    • Weight - 751gr

    • Nikon D750 body price is $2300 or 2,149 EUR

    • Nikon D750 kit 24-120mm f/4 price - 2,699 EUR
    • Nikon D750 ki 24-85mm f/3,5 4,5 price - 2,699 EUR

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  • Looks like an interesting camera. 24mp for me is perfect. I also like the fact that it has a tiltable screen. This may be my next Nikon camera :-) We shall see...

  • This camera or if the Canon 7D Mark II ever exist will be my next still/video camera to add to my cameras.

  • PR

    Today, Nikon Inc. announced the D750, the D-SLR that provides adept enthusiasts with the powerful combination of pro-caliber photo and video features with FX-format image quality. The new D750 represents a leap forward for this camera segment, inheriting some of the best elements from Nikon’s revered full-frame professional cameras, with new and refined features aimed at sparking creativity and sharing with built-in Wi-Fi.

    “The Nikon D750 is the camera many have been waiting for; never before has this level of functionality and vast feature set been offered in a full frame D-SLR, at such an attractive price,” said Masahiro Horie, Director of Marketing and Planning, Nikon Inc. “These new products, including the SB-500 Speedlight and 20mm f/1.8 lens are meant to directly address those who care about image quality and want the gear that will help drive their passion to the next level.”

    Serious Features for Advanced Shooters

    The new Nikon D750 provides professional-level features and performance in a durable, lightweight body. Whether the user is an advanced enthusiast or seasoned pro in need of a second body, the D750 easily complements any photographic discipline with a pro-caliber capability.

    Sharp landscapes and portraits are simple with Nikon’s advanced 51-point AF system, the same used on Nikon’s high-end D-SLRs. The Advanced Multi-Cam 3500-FX II AF focus system also easily tracks fast moving wildlife or sports, even at the rapid, high-speed burst rate of 6.5 frames per second (fps), at full resolution. Similar to the Nikon D4S, the D750 features the 91,000-pixel 3D Color Matrix Meter III and its blazing fast AF system uses 15 cross-type AF sensors for enhanced accuracy, with 11 cross-type sensors that are fully functional up to f/8. In addition to normal, wide area, face priority and subject tracking AF modes, the D750 also features the new Group Area AF mode for enhanced accuracy. Challenging light such as a poorly lit wedding reception is also no problem for the D750, as the AF system has been improved with the ability to lock on to subjects in as little as -3 EV illumination, a first for any Nikon D-SLR.

    The D750 is Nikon’s first FX-format D-SLR with a tilting Vari-Angle LCD, with robust construction to meet the needs of working in the field. The precision 3.2-inch, 1,229K dot screen tilts to accommodate shooting overhead, at waist level and is ideal for shooting photos or HD video on a tripod. For those serious about using a D-SLR for video, the D750 delivers the same level of functionality found in the Nikon D810, with the maximum amount of manual control that’s essential for production applications.

    Next Level Image Quality

    The Nikon D750 features a newly developed 24.3-MP FX-format CMOS sensor to provide adept photographers with image quality that’s nothing short of astounding; with rich colors, beautiful gradation and a vast dynamic range. A myriad of other intelligent features help photographers to unlock their potential to create and share vibrant, tack-sharp images that takes an imaginative story from concept to reality.

    • The new Nikon D750 features the EXPEED 4 Image Processing Engine, similar to the pro-level D810 and D4S. In addition to increasing energy efficiency and performance, EXPEED 4 contributes to the overall image excellence with noise reduction performance and other benefits.
    • Whether shooting a vista bathed in full sun to a reception in minimal light, the camera produces images with exceptionally low noise in a variety of lighting conditions. The broad ISO range extends from 100-12,800, expandable from (Lo-1) 50 to (Hi-2) 51,200.
    • Highlight Weighted Metering is ideal for capturing stage performances and events, preventing blown-out highlights in photo and video.
    • The D750 also features the latest generation of Nikon’s Advanced Picture Control settings. The “Clarity” setting enhances midtones to emphasize intense image details and “Flat” Picture control is used for a broad tonal range, which is ideal for photo and video applications. Picture controls are also customizable in .25 increments, for maximum versatility in any shooting situation.

    Full Control of Advanced Video Features

    The D750 features the same level of advanced video functionality as the Nikon D810, an HD-SLR known in studios and on-set for its professional production pedigree. The camera can capture video in Full HD 1920x1080 resolution at 60/30/24p and gives videographers and multimedia artists full manual control, including aperture adjustment. Like D810, the Power Aperture feature provides smooth transitions while adjusting the aperture during recording, and in manual mode, users can control shutter speed and ISO.

    The D750’s compact size and affordability will make it a welcome addition to any production environment, as will its FX and DX-format crop modes that make it a snap to adjust the focal range without swapping lenses. Implementing another indispensable feature on-set, footage can be recorded to the dual SD memory card slots, or simultaneously output to an external recorder or monitor via HDMI for a variety of applications. Camera operators will also enjoy features such as headphone and microphone jacks, Zebra stripes to spot overexposed areas, as well as the ability to select frequency ranges for the internal stereo microphone. For time lapse, the camera utilizes Exposure Smoothing, a great feature that creates balanced exposure transitions between frames when using the time lapse or intervalometer feature.

    FX-Format Connectivity

    The Nikon D750 is Nikon’s first full frame D-SLR to include built-in Wi-Fi, which enables photographers to both share their images and capture remotely. Using Nikon’s free Wireless Mobile Utility App1, users can connect with their compatible mobile device, such as a smart phone or tablet. Once connected, a tap on the screen engages auto focus, while the camera can be triggered remotely, making it easy to position the camera in areas where access could be difficult. Once downloaded, users can also utilize popular applications and social networks to seamlessly share images, bringing the exciting image quality of fullframe to the feeds of friends and family, on the fly. The feature can also be used to scout and send location photos to clients, or instantly deliver photos processed with the in-camera editing features.

    For professional photographers and videographers, the camera also has the capability to transmit images over FTP using the WT-5a wireless transceiver plus the UT-1 Communications Unit. With these optional accessories, the camera can be triggered and controls operated in HTTP mode using the web browser of a mobile device. Live view as well as start/stop recording can also be enabled remotely, providing the ability to capture otherwise impossible footage, for example when the camera is mounted on a crane.

    Command Agility and Durability

    The camera is manufactured using a “monocoque” structural skin technique, which adopts durable carbon fiber for the front body and front cover, and resilient magnesium alloy for the rear cover and top cover. The resulting camera body is the ideal balance of substantial build quality and compact, yet lightweight design for comfortable all-day shooting. The structure is also sealed and gasketed to resist dust and moisture, and the shutter has been tested to 150,000 cycles. To further enhance build quality, the 3.2-inch tilting Vari-Angle LCD screen is joined to the camera using a durable three-axis metal mount, designed to withstand the rigors of professional use. Users can also opt to compose through a bright viewfinder with 100% frame coverage, with shooting info displayed using organic EL illumination.

    From a newlywed’s first kiss to a bouquet toss, a split-second can make or break an image; ergonomics and the ability to quickly adjust camera functions are important factors to consider for enthusiasts and pros. The new body design ensures a secure and comfortable grip regardless of the size of user’s hands, while button placement is considered for peak performance.

    Comprehensive Photographic System

    Whether upgrading a current system or switching to Nikon’s legendary image quality, Nikon offers an all-inclusive system of NIKKOR Lenses, Speedlights and accessories for every type of photographer. The Nikon D750 is compatible with more than 80 FX and DX-format NIKKOR lenses, the same optics that have built a lasting legacy of amazing image quality with brilliant sharpness and faithful color reproduction. For those upgrading from a DX-format lens system the D750 can also shoot in DX mode at 10.3-megapixels. The camera is compatible with Nikon’s Creative Lighting System (CLS) using the camera’s built in flash to control remote Speedlights for creative lighting possibilities. The new MB-D16 battery pack will also be released with the camera, to provide users with extended battery life as well as a functional vertical grip.

    Price and Availability

    The Nikon D750 D-SLR will be available in late September for the suggested retail price (SRP) of $2299.95* (body only). The Nikon D750 will also be available as a kit with the AF-S NIKKOR 24-120mm f/4 VR lens in mid-October.

  • What is that 3D gimbal rig they are using in Unchained? Anybody knows?

  • Nikon’s Wireless Mobile Utility app, for Android and Apple iOS operating systems, allows photographers to wirelessly connect their mobile device to a Nikon camera.

    However, Amateur Photographer (AP)’s technical team has discovered a potential security flaw during their review of a full-production sample of the D750, which went on sale in the UK two days ago.

    If users do not manually activate the Wi-Fi security settings, via the app on the mobile device, then they could expose the D750’s images to unauthorised access.

    http://www.amateurphotographer.co.uk/photo-news/nikon-d750-wi-fi-app-security-risk-surfaces-35292

  • I'm really liking this camera. Let's see as more stuff come out.

  • So first overview from voldemort LOL from his first experience with the camera and the images, the D750 seems to be a very good camera.

  • Been ages since I had a chance to post here last time. But I think it may be of some interest. We're shooting with D800 for almost 2 years now. Having used FS700, A7S, BMPCC, GH4/GH3 which we own and having scrolled through lots and lots of 5DM3 footage, I'm quite positive there's no other camera in the full frame league that can beat D800 in well or super exposed environments. 1 thing you have to do though is tweak your settings and create your own flat profile. D800 definitely suffers from moire and is def a loser in low light, but its dynamic range and color tones in bright sunlight are superior to all cameras that I tested. Nikon 28-300 lens is a killer tool for documentaries. Plus, it doesn't hurt to have 36 mpx RAW stills when you need it. So D800 with the full line of Nikon lenses and a Metabones is a perfect match for A7S when working in the dark. I was almost ready to sell D800 when new cameras surfaced, but now I won't. It's heavy, it has poor audio, no 1080 60p, its timelapser is a joke, but if you need DR and operability there's no other way to get there for the money. For some reason all footage from new Nikons that I've seen fades in comparison. Maybe color profiles are to blame...

  • The Nikon D750 has a high resolution 3.2inch tilting screen, as well as impressive battery life, built in Wi-Fi, a more compact body and faster continuous shooting making this a very appealing camera. If you value the tilting screen and built in Wi-Fi, then the D750 could be worth the price premium over the Nikon D610. The Nikon D750 delivers excellent image quality with low noise and good focusing even in low-light. There are a number of customisation options to deliver images to your own personal tastes, including new clarity settings, as well as a "flat" option for video work.

    http://www.ephotozine.com/article/nikon-d750-digital-slr-review-26286

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    New D750 is an excellent addition to Nikon's ever-expanding full-frame line-up. It isn't a true successor to the 6-year-old D700, or just a cheaper, less well-specified version of the D810 - instead, the D750 is a compelling camera in its own right that actually out-performs the D810 in some areas. It's fair to say that loyal Nikon owners have never been so spoilt for choice, unless you're a die-hard Nikon DX user

    http://www.photographyblog.com/reviews/nikon_d750_review/

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