Nikon D750 advanced full frame DSLR

Nikon D750 Camera Front

Nikon D750 Camera

Nikon just announced the new D750, the D-SLR that provides photographers everywhere with a powerful combination of pro-caliber photo and video features using a new, advanced full frame sensor for the utmost quality.  This new Nikon provides professional-level features and performance in a durable, lightweight body. The new D750 represents a leap forward for this camera segment, inheriting some of the best of Nikon’s highly regarded full-frame professional cameras, with new and refined features including built-in Wi-Fi.

Earlier today one of my sources at Nikon told me that, “The Nikon D750 is the camera many have been waiting for……..  and that never before has this level of functionality and vast feature set been offered in a full frame D-SLR, at such an attractive price, The D750 directly addresses those who care about image quality and want the gear that will help drive their skills to the next level.”

Serious Features for Dedicated Shooters

Sharp landscapes and portraits are simple with Nikon’s advanced 51-point AF system; the same used

on Nikon’s high-end D-SLRs. Challenging light 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 features a high quality 3.2-inch, 1.3 million dot rearview screen that 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 its “big brother” the Nikon D810, with the maximum amount of manual control that’s essential for any serious photographer.

 

Nikon D750 Camera Back

Next Level Image Quality

The Nikon D750 features a newly developed 24.3-MP FX-format CMOS sensor to provide photographers with superb image quality providing rich colors, beautiful gradation and a vast dynamic range.

It also 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 at the cameras base ISO 100 or 12,800.

FX-Format Wi-Fi

The Nikon D750 is Nikon’s first full frame D-SLR to include built-in Wi-Fi, which enables photographers to share their images immediately. Using Nikon’s free Wireless Mobile Utility App, users can connect with their compatible mobile devices, 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 it in areas where access could be difficult. Once downloaded, users can also use popular applications and social networks to share their images immediately.

Nikon D750 Camera

Shooting 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

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 alike. The D750’s body design ensures a secure and comfortable grip regardless of the size of user’s hands, while button placement is optimized for convenience.

This is an exciting “breakthrough” camera that retails for $2,299.95, although you may be able to find it at some of the more popular websites for somewhat less.  For more detailed information about the new Nikon D750 please check out Nikon’s website: http://www.nikonusa.com

 

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