Good stuff. Beautiful.
Gawd, they never make these choices easy do they?IQ, BQ, Range, Bokeh, Price, Weight. >.<
Nikon FF18-35 f3.5-4.514-24 f2.820 f1.8
Zoron: This is it !!....the Tamron Trinity is complete.......about time...all built with VC.......it's Nikon Non-VR Trinity vs Tamron All-VC Trinity....throw in the tamron 150-600mm u hv all u need for any shot
To each his own. I love my Nikon lenses and always hated 3rd party lenses because they always proved to be dull and shittily made. However, the non marque makers have stepped up their game.
I'm game to try some Art lenses and even (dread) manual Samyangs.
Poweruser: 1.1kg... are you kidding Tamron?
The price for F2.8. It's got a longer focal length too.
mermaidkiller: Fluorine coating ???Fluorine (F2) is the most reactive elemental chemical which exists. F2 will attack virtually *any* glass quickly. Moreover it is a gas.Probably fluoride is meant usually magnesium fluoride (MgF2).
But, anyway when it really fits FF it is a nice bright wideangle zoom otherwise it is still a nice standard zoom (24-48mm eq on Canon or 23-45mm on others).Most zooms in this range are APS-C only (except the Sigma 12-24, but that one is rather dim : f/4.5-5.6).
You didn't see the Fluorine coating demo didn't you?
It makes water droplets less adherent to the glass and easy to wipe off instead of smearing all over the lens surface.
robjons: Don't get it. As I understand it, about 90% of Nikon's DSLR sales are DX, yet all the announcements are for FX products. Oh, except Sigma will offer a new 18- whatever zoom lens. Great.
Personally, I'd like an APS-C-only 10mm 2.8 prime.
Nikon and Canon should be using their APS-C lines to bury M4/3. (Not that I have anything against any M4/3 camera, just talking marketing strategy.)
Because there was no challenger for the 14-24 king of the wideangle zooms for ages.
Yeah, take that Samyang and muffle it.
Looking fwd to this offering if it's in the 1000USD range instead of the Nikon one.
shaocaholica: DPR community: 2009"Its impossible to design stabilization into wide fast zooms"
It's already possible to handhold till about 1/2 second as tested by Matt Granger. I can 1/15 or 1/30 reasonably for wideangles.
You still need stabilisation? o.O
Almost everybody is jealous, me included. The ones that are not are envious. hahaha
Why square? For close focus wouldn't some lenses get in the way?
Power cuircuit board on my DF died. Hope it gets fixed properly. >.<
Nikon, just rebadge this as a D400!
turbsy: What is with this crying for 4k on a still camera?
alcaher: A great highMP resolution camera(similar to the great 70d), fast new technology AF system, 10fps, plenty of buffer capacity... And the posibility to have a clean 6400 ISO. We have to see the field test but this is what the wildlife community (many d300s users like me) were wainting since 2012.I think the price its ok... Well done Canon
very optimistic. lol
This is a camera to buy as back up...AF-on button where art thou?
Red G8R: I will replace my D600 with the D750. The AF alone is worth the upgrade.
Yeah- DF is also not great in the AF dept since it is similar to the D600 as I recall?
Just another Canon shooter: Nikon, can we have a D750-EOS with an EOS mount, please???
Why JACS? Don't you guys have the 6D?
Gesture: These are all very mice cameras and I would love to have full frame and if some legacy lenses can do well on the digital sensor, so much the better.
But I wish Nikon ( or someone else) could rethink the digital SLR. Make it more compact, simpler to operate, without giving up robustness. Time to get away from the space shuttle console.
I have the DF. I think it's still too big for some people. I love it. I now want a D810 for pixel peeping!
SantaFeBill: This seems a most strange camera: It's billed as an action camera, but the fastest shutter speed is 1/4000 sec. My D200 goes to 1/8000. I know, smaller sensor in the D200, so less distance to travel, but still ... . Then, you've just introduced your top of the line xxx FX model, the D810, and now you introduce a less expensive camera with AF _improved_ over your top of the line one? Didn't the developers of the one talk to the developers of the other?And the F6 (obviously full-frame :-) ) will flash sync at 1/250, according to its specs on Nikon U.S., although to me the difference between 1/200 and 1/250 sync wouldn't be in itself a deal breaker. But note that the F6 will do 8fps with the battery pack (moving film!). So I don't understand why the D750 'action camera' doesn't have the same frame rate.
I'm lucky to get 1/1000 and enough DOF for anything without bumping the ISO too high! LOL
darklamp: A new FX camera to dilute the sales of existing FX models but which will not generate any new sales.
Sounds daft as a brush to me.
Of all the things we want from Nikon ( D300 replacement, missing DX lenses, a proper MILC without a fantasy price tag ), the one thing no one needed was yet another FX model sandwiched between the existing ones.
I can only hope that this isn't their plan for survival, because it's not going to work.
Those with D3000's and other motorless DX bygones maybe looking at this model as a more serious upgrade. Those are legion BTW.
This is the one I would get. Then a 24-70[my least favourite but 'must have']. Then for fun a 16 fisheye<not entirely sold on the old one though.