RomanP: I don't get what the big deal is here, for the price:- same body as 610 (except tilt screen)- same toy-like 4way selector...really inferior to the 810's and 5D's.- same sensor- same 6fps. Wait, that's now 6.5fps. - same buffer! Really, they couldn't double the RAM?
Is it worth an $800 difference between the two models? Yes, better autofocus system, but IQ will be very close, and you won't get more shots at an event than with a D610. It's like Nikon is crippling this model only to queue up a truly high speed 760s next year.
Just see the D750's buffer in glorious action here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1wXGdaNvko
I guess we have different understanding of the word "significant". I personally apply the word if a new ISO is (more) usable in real world use than before.
There is no such improvement. Clearly seen by everyone in the printscreen below. It shows ISO 6400 & ISO 25600. Yes, I might have switched sides. Or maybe not. But either way, you can apparently clearly see the significant better camera in both pairs, right?
@ Josh152. I agree, except for the less noise at high ISO. If you look at the RAW files - the only way to measure it - the noise is about 95% the same. The D600-D610 shifts to blue in the black areas at maximum ISO, but that's about it. The noise reduction in JPEGs has a cleaner look with the D750, I agree. But that is software, not hardware.
It's a fantastic all round camera. But if you own a D600/D610, you should not expect an increase in image quality. If my D700 dies, this will probably be my next second body.
Lanidrac: I always wonder why folks that use "the best gear" always say they use lesser gear, and why we pay attention? Why would anybody use a lesser camera at anytime when they have the best? She complains about not being able to annotate her voice about shots. OMG! Is that photography? Something is wrong with photography when that is a key point.
How hard is it to understand that this photographer - and many others with her - finds the possibility to record annotations very practical and that it is one of the major features she missed? This shows how good and comparable modern cameras are and how narrow your mind is.
Shamael: Voice recording, my Nikon F5 had no voice recording, my Mamiya C330 did not have voice recording, my Hasselblad 500 had no voice recording and my Bronica GS had no voice recording, and all we did with it was shooting pictures. This digital age has brought us many problems as it seems, voice recording....sick, only a few top end cameras in high price range have that. So, blaming an aps-c camera for having no voice recording sounds somewhat stupid.
This must be the oldest rant on the internet in any discussion.
I wonder if it's based on lack of understanding work flow, a dislike of any new technology that is newer and more sophisticated than the tools used "back in the days, when everything was better" or the pure urge to complain. Probably a bit of everything.
Sarcasme I hope? Pro bodies offer that feature, this one does not. Professional photography is capturing, organizing and editing. Also known as workflow.
abi170845: For those people comparing the X100T to some other camera like the Pana LX100 etc, don't you get it? The reason to get this camera is the Leaf Shutter and the high synch flash speed. Before comparing the X100T to another camera, please compare it to another camera that has a leaf shutter, APS-C sensor AND high flash synch to 1/4000th of a sec. This is the ONLY reason why I bought the X100S. Please, don't compare the X100T to another camera that can barely synch to 1/250 or has fake Hi Speed Flash. Let see other cameras with a BUILD IN flash that are able to belt out shot after shot fill flash like the X100T.
1/No they don't. No High speed sync. It's an electronic shutter at around 1/100s or shorter. No moving planes, so no need for HSS.
2/ It obviously does not. I have hundreds of pictures to prove it. and the web has thousands to show it. You clearly don't know these bodies and their electronic shutter. Please inform yourself before making empty statements.
The only downside is that you can only use your speedlight in manual mode and you have to tape off one pin on your hotshoe.
Wikipedia about the D70: "Due of its hybrid electronic/mechanical shutter, it is possible to flash sync the D70 and D70s beyond their published 1/500 maximum sync speed up to the maximum shutter speed of 1/8000."
A Nikon D50 or D70 syncs up perfectly all the way up to 1/4000s.
A brand selling out its name like this, is a chronicle of a death foretold.
Technically speaking, 16:9 is not a wider format but actually narrower vertically on a 4:3 sensor.
Cropping it afterwards because you like those dimensions - and don't mind loosing parts of your image, sounds more logical.
But it's less simple, I presume.
High ISO has no improvement at all over a D4.The improvement is at JPEG processing and NR level.
So basically no improvement. Only software. Nothing some basic Lightroom can't do.
I won't deny I'm underwhelmed. Especially when many sources where claiming a full stop improvement when the D4s was announced or previewed.
I'm quite impressed to see it's actually cleaner at high ISO than my D600 full frame.Unsurprisingly, the 24MP D600 clearly outshines the X-E2 at base ISO in sharpness and detail.
I do wonder how a Fuji full frame sensor would perform.
Looking at RAW, moire problem seems obvious. But there is no clair winner.
In some places the 7R is better, in some places the D610 is better (for example, the upper right corner from the greyscale group drawing).
What I don't like, is the oversharpening in je Sony jpeg's.
Interesting stuff. But at this video quality it looks almost the same as a video shot with my smartphone.
Not really the way to go to impress.
Frank_BR: Just a nice attempt to hide the fact that Canon is losing the battle of sensors to Nikon?
psst Shaun_NycYes Nikon does. And Nikon did. Most are Sony, others have been designed by Nikon. Put even Sony sensors get a proper Nikon treatment and outperform the same sensors in other cameras.
But where the sensors come from is irrelevant. The current line-up clearly gives the golden cup to Nikon.
JDThomas: Are people actually READING the article? It's about Anthony Karen's methodology on photojournalism and trust. The subject is beside the point.
This is exactly the same wrong, hypersensitive, context-ignoring reaction as the story with the deaf boy having to change his name in sign-language because some people said it looked like a gun.
This paranoia will eventually end in a deaf, blind and empty society.
@ ryan2007 Extremely ironic when you're asking for censorship because of the subject of these photos, don't you think.
Mikhail Tal: Or you could have just exposed for the sky and used flash...
Ha nice one
opiecat: ring type ultrasonic motor? for a kit lens?
@ Xentinus It's obviously metal.
ChrisKramer1: But the future is here already: Sony NEX series!
Never heard of that smartphone.
schaki: Dammit Nokia...Details gets ruined by bad NR.
Where? I see more detail in all the pictures, compared to the competition.