Lassoni: The main dial looks strange. Probably going to be stiff, so it will be hard to use with gloves.
Yes you've more than once linked my gallery, I get that you're really into it. (Given the numerous occasions, I more than suspect you find something compelling in those photos that you can't get from your work.)
I think you need to look up the term "beg pardon"--again more evidence of English ground beef circa 1998.
steelhead3: Nikon is learning a lesson and should be commended for looking after its customers. DP may re-think its rating as another Nikon camera goes in for a major recall (without the Chinese government getting involved). Sony is having a major problem with its 60 flash and is acting like Nikon with the 600 problems. With the prices these companies charge, they should bend over backwards to keep us happy.
That is known as a LIE, I most certainly said no such thing about the stepped flare being worse with Canon, I said the step had greater contrast with the D750 (which is a Nikon since you've been so very confused through now).
Again, there are NO images in my gallery from FF bodies and if there were any, they'd not likely be full sized files.
I don't claim to know what exactly causes this problem, however I've read the IR article in some detail. I suggest you do the same before further posting.
Again, why would you think I'd share my D750 files in my gallery?
Why would my gallery sans full frame examples demonstrate anything about the D750?
You seem really really confused.
Why do you think I'd share any and/or all of my photos on my DPR gallery? Are you saying that you've shared every photo you've ever taken on your gallery?
Why would my gallery photos shot in the early 2000s have anything to do with the D750?
Do you not understand that this is new camera?
Clearly you want people to look at my gallery, why I'm not clear. (My images look like many others in others' galleries.) Though more than once you've confused your gallery with mine.
Your gallery aint particularly commercial.
RichRMA: I don't know. This isn't the pro DSLR or enthusiast market. Another 2lb, lumpen plastic thing instead of a mirror-less with a decent sensor size? But then, if the body on this thing harkens back to the D5000, at least they've paid for the plastic injection mold.
You've confused the A77II with the A7II. They're rather different cameras. The former is an SLT APSC body with a Minolta mount and the latter is a full framed mirrorless. That latter released a month ago.
I suggest that you learn how to use an internet search engine--or just Wikipedia.
Also again you've confused your gallery for mine. I prefer not to be linked to that kind of imaging.
That's a link to your gallery, I prefer not to be associated with those sexed up cliched images.
And I really prefer to have no association with that commercial work you've linked.
Karl Summers: Ouch! Burned by flare! Roll out the 760s!
Compare what to what?
What does my gallery have to do with the 5DIII?
Did you eat ground beef in Scotland circa 1997?
I never said there is no flare with the D750, nor have I said there is no stepped flare, which is the subject. Has this point also befuddled you?
That's not a link to my gallery.
So you've contradicted yourself by claiming you wouldn't mention your gallery. Another problem in your "logic".
You've seen, and linked, some of my photos. I wasn't planning on sharing D750 examples for reasons I've already listed, and one of those previously listed reasons was your attitude.
Pray tell, what do my galleries demonstrate about a Canon 5DIII and stepped flare? In case you really think my gallery includes 5DIII shots, that DSLR wasn't out back then.
You're really obsessed with my galleries, I'm just not clear why. Do decent 1MB nature shots really make you that excited, or is insecure, or both?
ryan2007: Nikon is reusing the defective D600 tech in a rebranded D750 body??
It's not the same sensor in the D750 and D600, no matter how much you insist so, and even if it were there are other significant differences--like the AF and the body build.
Also you should really look at the DPR studio raws from the D610, D600 and D750, A99 and A7II too, the D750 stands out as a good bit better high ISO body than the Sonys or the other Nikons; a fact that's really easy to see above ISO 6400.
Not clear why you've linked my galleries, nor how 1MB jpegs from any camera would demonstrate my point about the D600 versus the D750. You seem still confused on this subject. Do you not apprehend that you need full-sized raws (and raws from the right Nikon) to make comparisons?
ttran88: So this camera at $899 will come to market when the prices of both the A77II and K3 is at $899 or less respectively, granted there're prices for bodies only. I expect a huge price drop in this camera soon.
Where did I claim to have tried the A77II six months ago? (It's not a camera that particularly interests me.)
What does this Sony have to do with my gallery at DPR?
I did indeed try the A77II month or two ago. But those aren't photos I'd consider posting, why do you think I should?
You seem really upset by some 1MB nature shots in my gallery and you seem really upset by the fact that separately I've tried numerous cameras--which you clearly haven't.
Oddly you're not the first Canadian to get really annoyed at me today when presented with basic facts. (Though the other wise man was presented with things he could check and then wouldn't, but sort of like you insisted on going off on unrelated topics when confronted by any challenge. No this Canadian wasn't in these forums, but you do remind me of another Canadian in these comments from a year ago--about as "polite" and "informed".)
Did you just get permission to sign back into your DPR account?
Liberator: Seems like Body design is boring.... just saying...
Was the K03 considered weather resistant?
What do these terms have to do with my gallery?
mpgxsvcd: Looks mighty competitive with the Canon 7D MKII for half the price. I will give up the extra burst rate to gain the swivel touch screen and enough money to buy a few lenses.
There are 3 photos today in 2015, not one is of a storm.
Why would you call that "lying", you again seem befuddled. Do you not know the definition?
Also I just caught you in a lie, you chopped up a statement of mine from above to make it look like I claimed something else. How very FoxNews. Also not good for your not great reputation.
I can assure you I took the photos in my gallery, and if you were actually familiar with either Maine or Hawaii you might even recognize the general location.
Every one is free to look at my gallery.
I'd not go calling attention to your gallery or that commercial work. Both have big weaknesses that are pretty obvious, even if one has paid you.
And no my gallery does NOT demonstrate the lack of a problem on a D750, since you seem confused on this point, I didn't shoot the photos with a DSLR.
What pray tell does my gallery have to do with a new Nikon DSLR?
Anyhow, a 1MB file from any camera has limits or do you not know this basic fact about digital photography.
Given what you've posted in your gallery (mostly sexed up well composed cliches) and the commercial link (a huge example of why so much photography is considered a joke) I'd not go directing so many people to my perfectly acceptable nature shots.
And you seem again confused: Above Lassoni was commenting on the top dial--not about potential image quality.
Sorry there are no storm pictures in my gallery, a year ago there may have been one that some would call a storm cloud.
But anyhow if you think the current pictures are of a storm, you have a really bad monitor, or really really bad eyesight--perhaps both, but not really a clue or a point.
Still confused by the definition of the word "any" I see.
The fact remains that Canon DSLRs also have this problem.
I'd not be so quick to link my gallery given the ...
The problem with the statement you changed is that you've now misused the word "it"--since none of my gallery photos demonstrate DSLR flare. Or even lens flare in general.
You keep digging yourself in deeper and deeper.
No, but after a $200 price drop in 6 months then yes. (Assuming there's no big problem.)
I like the D5300 well enough, not a camera I'd buy, but a good APSC DSLR.