Nikon D750 24.3 Megapixel DSLR Has all in it to Thrill Shutterbugs

September 15, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

While half of the world was sleeping on Friday morning, camera giants Nikon made their silent announcement of the new Nikon D750 DSLR, a sure shot for triggering interest among camera freaks. The D750 is a mid level full frame DSLR that falls in the D610 and D810 model range.

Packed inside this camera beast is a 24.3-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor alongside the EXPEED 4 image processor. If you would remember, it is the same as was previously been featured in the high range models of D810 and D4S. Also offered by the D750 is an ISO range spanning between 100-12,800,  further expandable to 51,200.

The D750 offers  a shutter speed of 30-1/4000s and also offers  continuous shooting speed of up to 6.5 shots per second. A 51-point autofocus system has been pushed inside the camera, which has been enabled with the help of Advanced Multi-Cam 3500-FX II AF focus system.


The -3 EV illumination lets speedy and accurate autofocus while searching for snaps in dim and darker environments.

Keeping aside the photo-capturing aspect, the D750 also offers high-end video capturing while the previous low-range models from Nikon stood away from featuring the video capture option.

Videos could be captured at Full HD resolutions of 1080p at varying frame rates of 60,50,30,25 and 24 fps. The camera is also loaded with the 3.2-inch RGBW LCD display screen, which can be tilted for convenience of viewing by photographers. Added to these would be the various features including the proprietary features by Nikon.

It is interesting that the announcement from Nikon came ahead of the Photokina, the photography trade fair set to take place at Cologne, Germany from 16 to 21 September 2014.

Nikon is currently planning to put the D750 on the sales counter by the last week of September with the price said to be $2,300. Nikon would also be rolling out the AF-S Nikkor 24-120-mm F4 VR lens by the mid of October while the initial sales would be bundled with the AF-S Nikkor 20-mm F1.8 lens.

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