Correct me if I'm wrong. I think D750 is a new product line instead of an update of the D610/D600.
Galbertson: Anyone with D750 in hand...when in manual mode, does lcd show exposure preview, or must live preview be turned on in preview? Must this be done each shot, or after turning off/turning on camera?
Anyone using older AI/AIS lensenses?
There is an options to enable or disable "Live Exposure Preview" feature in the i-menu. Page 62 of the English user manual says "Enable or disable exposure preview. If exposure preview is enabled, the effects of shutter speed, aperture, and ISO sensitivity on exposure can be previewed during live view photography." it can be adjusted up to +/- 5EV. But don't rely on it too much, it isn't that accurate.
Valiant Thor: Congratulations Canon; first time my bullsh*t-o-meter hit 9.9 this year.
Man, your "bullsh*t-o-meter" needs recalibration. Mine hits 10.
if it offers a manual shooting mode, it would be awesome :)
fmian: So they remove the AA filter, and decide to charge more for it?Nikon must think their users are chumps.Why even have a model with the AA filter if it's better without?Still no 60fps @ 1080p.And this has USB 3.0 but the D4 does not.Sounds like the left hand does not know what the right hand is doing.
For what it's worth, not impressed by the recent Canon lens announcements either.
Nikon didn't remove the filter but developed a new way to cancel the OPLF effect.http://www.dpreview.com/previews/nikond800/images/d800e-olpf.jpg
12 fps?? @@ ftw!