The new in 2014 full-frame Nikon D750 review video. The video also contains sample images from test shots. This is Nikon’s first FX-format camera with a varying angle and tilting LCD screen, as well as having built-in WiFi and a load of high end features such as a newly built 24.3-million-pixel CMOS sensor and an Expeed 4 processing engine that are geared directly at the enthusiast photographer.
The Nikon D750 comes in a step over the D610 and just below the Nikon D810 in the Nikon lineup. Nikon’s latest full-frame camera is put to the test in the breakdown video.
Nikon is using a new 24.3 megapixel CMOS sensor for the new to market D750, and unlike the 36 megapixel sensor in the D810, it has an anti-aliasing or low-pass filter on board. This sensor is controlled with Nikon’s latest Expeed 4 processing engine.
The Nikon D750 has an updated version of the AF system that’s inside the D810 which brings 51 points, 15 of which are the more sensitive cross-type and 11 that operate down to f/8 setting.
The D750 looks to be a good middle ground camera with a great Auto Focus systle that won’t hurt your bank account as bad as the D810.
Best prices on the Nikon D750 here and here.