Nikon D750 Official


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High-speed continuous shooting
The D750 is capable of capturing up to 100 shots*1 in a single burst of continuous shooting at 6.5 fps*2 in both FX format and DX format.

*1with shooting of JPEG-format images. Excluding shooting of FX-format images at an image quality setting of JPEG fine and an image size setting of Large (up to 87 shots possible).
*2Value with shooting in AF-C autofocus mode, or [M] mode, shutter speed of 1/250 s or faster, all other settings at their default values.


It's 6.5 fps even in DX, and buffer is slightly less than the D810 (http://photographylife.com/nikon-d810-buffer-size). Hmmmm...
 

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[vid]rhGEpKEwBis[/vid]

Official D750 Video is released !!
 

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Image courtesy to theverge.com
 

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Image courtesy to theverge.com
 

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KEY FEATURES

24MP FX CMOS sensor with an AA filter

Built-in Wi-Fi

51-point Multi-CAM 3500FX AF system version II

Autofocus is identical to D810, normal, wide area, face priority,subject tracking AF modes, plus Group Area AF (introduced in the D4S and D810)

ISO sensitivity range spans 100-12,800 with expansion up to an equivalent ISO of 51,200

3.2" 1.2m-dot RGBW tilting LCD screen. The LCD screen has the same specification as D810 and D4S, but it is articulated

Same video specs as D810: 1080/60p, 'Flat' Picture Control mode, Zebra stripes, built-in stereo audio recording, Auto ISO in manual exposure mode for video, simultaneous HDMI/memory card recording and 'power aperture' control in live view and video capture,

6.5fps at full resolution, the fastest enthusiast-oriented full-frame camera since the D700, although not in D4/D4S territory

Expeed 4 image processing engine, same processor used in the D4S and D810

Highlight-weighted metering,to maintain detail in bright areas to avoid highlight clipping
 

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jeff7id

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What you may NOT like from Nikon D750 specification (subjective)

D750 maximum shutter speed is only 1/4000 sec for an action camera
If 1/8000 sec is important for you, go for D800/D800E/D810/D4/D4s

D750 estimated shutter life is 150,000.
If >200,000 shutter is important for you, go for D800/D800E/D810/D4/D4s

D750 memory card slots are only for 2 SD cards
If you have owned lot of CF cards, go for D800/D800E/D810/D4/D4s

D750 do not have Split-Screen Display Zoom feature
If Split-Screen Display Zoom is important for you, go for D810

D750 has an AA filter
If sharp images with amazing detail and resolution is important for you, go for D800E/D810

D750 has about same buffer size with D610
If you do continuous shoot most of the time, go for D800/D800E/D810/D4/D4s

D750 is not able to shoot S RAW
If you have limited storage and want to shoot small size of RAW file, go for D810/D4s

D750 does not have AF button
If this button is important for you, go for D800/D800E/D810/D4/D4s

D750 max flash sync speed is 1/200 sec
If you do a lot of flash photography, go for D800/D800E/D810/D4/D4s with 1/250 sync speed

D750 lowest ISO is ISO 50 (Lo-1)
Till date, only D810 has the lowest ISO at ISO 32 (Lo-1)

D750 offers 2 to 5 frames of flash bracketing
If flash bracketing up to 9 frames is important for you, go for D800/D800E/D810/D4/D4s
 

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[vid]bWYhU8435S4[/vid]

NIKON D750: Inspiration Unchained
 

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NIKON D750 - PARKOUR KING
(Official replacement of the legendary NIKON D700)

Welcome a new member to the NIKON FX Family !

NIKON D610 - BUDGET KING

NIKON DF - ISO KING

NIKON D800/D800E/D810 - MEGAPIXEL KING

NIKON D4/D4s - KING of SPEED
 

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jeff7id

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[VID]ED2kZiyIUvQ[/VID]

NIKON D750: Inspiration Unchanged - Official


[VID]2F-J_g4T7S8[/VID]

Time lapse photography with Nikon D750
 

petetherock

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Add plastic/ metal hybrid body?
What you may not like from Nikon D750 specification (subjective)

D750 maximum shutter speed is only 1/4000 sec for an action camera
If 1/8000 sec is important for you, go for D800/D800E/D810/D4/D4s

D750 estimated shutter life is 150,000.
If >200,000 is important for you, go for D800/D800E/D810/D4/D4s

D750 memory card slots are only 2 SD card
If you have owned lot of CF cards, go for D800/D800E/D810/D4/D4s

D750 do not have Split-Screen Display Zoom feature
If Split-Screen Display Zoom is important for you, go for D810

D750 has an AA filter
If sharp images with amazing detail and resolution is important for you, go for D800E/D810
 

art2d3d

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Anyone know what Stablizer were they using to shoot the parkour film , Unchained?
 

kandinsky

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Anyone know what Stablizer were they using to shoot the parkour film , Unchained?
Looks like one of them gyro-stabilized handheld brushless gimbals. Can't tell for sure, probably either a Movi M5 or Defy?

Watch the BTS footage:

[video=youtube_share;qiNB2gooCuw]http://youtu.be/qiNB2gooCuw[/video]
 

flamenco

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D810: Multi-CAM 3500FX

D750: Multi-CAM 3500 II

Have I misread ? Or are we missing something here.

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jeff7id

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Do you know that Nikon D750 Official Movie was made in Singapore ?
Watch "D750:プロダクトムービー" on YouTube


[Vid]yi-Kt8rw140[/VID]
 

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Wonder why this model need AA filter? moire problem?
 

jeff7id

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Wonder why this model need AA filter? moire problem?
Because this model uses same sensor technology with Nikon D600 which requires AA filter.

Nobody have tested to shoot with a camera that using D600 sensor without AA filter yet.
 

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D810: Multi-CAM 3500FX

D750: Multi-CAM 3500 II

Have I misread ? Or are we missing something here.

View attachment 4431
It's the -2ev focus vs -3ev focus. The D750 can focus in darker conditions than the D810. Which isn't that big a deal because we rarely shoot in conditions that dark, but still weird.
 

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