Nikon D750 Camera Review

The Nikon D750 camera is an exciting new edition (not replacement) to the Nikon DSLR body range. It is a full frame camera with a similar size to the Nikon D610 but lighter in weight 750g with magnesium and carbon fibre combination build. This 24mp model comes with built in WiFi used in conjunction with the free Nikon Wireless Mobile Adapter Utility (WMU) App downloaded from your App store to your particular device.

If you are after a light medium sized full frame DSLR packed full of features this camera may be exactly what you are looking for. It has the latest EXSPEED 4 processor with 51 focus points and very responsive in auto focus in any lighting situations as it has a fantastic ISO boost.

There are plenty of scene modes to choose from if that is your want for eg landscape, portrait, beach/snow, candlelight, autumn colours etc to help you out if you want to experiment as well as exposure priority modes and of course full manual use as in all the Nikon DSLR range.

This camera is more than just a full frame back up body as its compact with a pro sensor and would be an ideal general walk around, travel, magazine, streetscape, people, etc achieving superb image quality with the correct FX Nikon lenses. The only negative I would find is that the weigh/size would be the balance with heavy lenses.

Nikon has introduced a tilt-angle LCD screen to this model for stills as well as video for that special angle you need such as shooting from ground level and/or macro photography as well as high above shots.

The resolutions for videography are 1920 x 1080 at 60, 50, 30, 25, and 24 frames per second with 1280 x 720 at 50 and 60 fps. For more in depth specifications and camera comparisons go to

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