Nikon’s new launch DSLR D750 : Is the Next-Gen DSLR We’ve Been Waiting For

by September 19, 2014 0 comments

D750The D750 is Nikon’s newest full frame DSLR camera, which is an outcome of a new design process, new materials and enhanced ingenuity. Although the D750 is smaller and lighter than the D610, it is power-packed with some of the latest features in digital photography.

As soon as you pick the camera up, you will feel the design of the D750. The grip on the D750 is more comfortable for the little finger and the depth of the grip ensures that your grip doesn’t slip. The grip of D750 will provide a secure and comfortable hand-holding experience even for people with little hands.

When you have a look at the back of the camera, you will find that the D750 is Nikon’s first full screen DSLR camera. It has a tilting LCD screen, which is never seen before in the camera range of Nikon.

Nikon D750 is Designed for all Hands
The 3.2-inch screen of the D750 has the same resolution as the DA10 and D4S, but the D750’s screen can tilt to 90 degrees and down to 75 degrees. This is very good for getting high or low angled compositions when you are shooting both—stills and videos. With a three-axis hinge design, the D750 strikes a perfect balance between ruggedness and being light weight. Since the centre of the LCD screen is nearly aligned with the optical axis; it helps with intuitive composition and easy hand-holding.

 

Detailed Specifications

  • Full Frame Sensor: By using this sensor, you can capture a huge amount of light and detail when you are taking photos in all kinds of environments.
  • Auto-focus: The same 51 pt AF system is found in the D750 camera, along with group area AF mode and f/8 compatibility. One major improvement from its predecessor is that the D750 can now focus in low-light conditions, which is equivalent to -3EV
  • Metering: Every photograph that is taken by the D750 is analyzed by 91 thousand pixels in its RGB sensor.
  • EXPEED 4: With this, you can get great high ISO image quality and a better battery life per charge (1230 images per charge or 55 minutes of video).
  • Flash Commander: The D750 has a built-in flash commander. Having a built in flash doubles up as a commander, so, you can remotely control your remote flashes—without having to spend any extra money on commander flash.
  • Shooting: The D750 can shoot at 6.5 frames per second continuous shooting. Videos can be taken at 60 frames per second, which is full HD.
  • Transfers: The D750 camera has a built-in Wi-Fi, which can enable you to transfer your fantastic quality photos from the camera to your smartphone. This transfer can be done by using Nikon’s free wireless app that is easily available on Apple Store or Play Store.

 

Whether you are shooting a major sporting event or a just having a fantastic time with family and friends the Nikon D750 is surely the right camera for you.







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