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    18-35mm
    18mm f4 1/320 ISO800

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    18-35mm
    18mm f4 1/100 ISO800

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    I have owned the D750 for close to a month now... I simply love this camera. The grip is nice and shallow for my big hands. I like the high iso and dynamic range of this camera very much... noise grain is still keep at minimum at 12,800 iso. I am impressed and sold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryCHM View Post
    I have owned the D750 for close to a month now... I simply love this camera. The grip is nice and shallow for my big hands. I like the high iso and dynamic range of this camera very much... noise grain is still keep at minimum at 12,800 iso. I am impressed and sold.
    i would say compared to my D800 it makes photography easier, it is more forgiving to sloppy techniques. Less camera shake. Enjoy your photography journey.

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    Hi all, I'm new to the forum. A dormant shutterbug with rekindled interest after being bitten by the bug again.

    Am interested in getting the D750. Any thoughts about the quality of the kit 24-120 lens? I have an old Tokina 28-70mm F2.8 that i previously used for my film SLR that i thought of pairing with, or plunging for the 24-70mm F2.8.

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