Nikon D750 User Reviews

Announced Sep 12, 2014 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
bocajrs

What can i say...after D7000, D600, D800, the D750 has been my main camera for the last 5+years and it hasn't let me down. It's probably the best bang for your buck DSLR today @ $1296 :)

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bicyclerider
 

I purchased my Nikon D750 shortly after it was announced in 2014 and notwithstanding two Nikon recalls, I still love this camera as much as ever. I follow DPReview every day and I have been delighted to see that the D750 had been on the most popular camera list for over three years.  I am grateful I purchased it.  However, the price of the body dropped by $800 and sells today for around $1500.  The good thing is that I have had nearly four years of great photos with it. Not only  does it not ...

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Well, I like my D750. It produces very pleasing images. However, my D4 beats it in speed, and in low light. This is the camera when you don't have to rush to get shots off.

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reszelo
 

I will not be so long with it. I am a real estate - landscape shooter. It is perfect for me. Really, nothing more, nothing less. Perfect. I bought it new, until the first 20.000 expos it gained sensor dust, I wanted to change it. It must have been only due to it was new. Since that time I clean the sensor by every 10.000 shots but not on a purpose, just because I am used to that (thanks for the beginning) I have around 70.000 expo and I get used to the camera better and better. Knows ...

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reszelo
 

To understand why it is perfect for me and I think to 99% of the photographers I have to tell you what I think its weaknesses are, when it is not good for you, or maybe it is good but you could have a better (more specific) camera. - Shutter speed only 1/4000 - if you think you might need to go wide open with your lens, it can help you a bit if you have a camera with 1/8000 - AF points only 51 - you can have better camera to be more specific on what you want to have on focus but for most of ...

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Joed700
 

I bought my D750 back in June 2015, and it qualified for the 1st recall for the flare issues. I did notice flares on some shots, but I sent mine in because the shutter 1st hang up and eventually dies after about 3400 clicks. After the repair, everything seems to be fine until June 2017...the shutter hangs up again...I'm still working with with Nikon on this issue as I'm writing this review... Let me begin by going through the positive things about this camera first. 1. light weight 2. speed ...

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NOKKOR
 

Because its a lot of RTFM with this one. Trust me. This is not a typical review, instead I concentrate on evaluating how this camera handles/feels/sounds etc, ergonomics and "camera/user interaction" stuff. The image quality, performance and all other things have already been done by everyone and thir dog. Just read those reviews. Basically I bought this camera for its image quality, and everything else was secondary. Considering this is a 2k€ cam I expected very good build quality and feel ...

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With the discounted pricing of the D750 in Japan (~145,000 yen after rebates, slightly less used) I decided to switch over from my D600, which I've had for two years now. I'm sure Nikon has new models to release very soon (at the time of writing this it is 2+ years on the D750, D610/810 are even older) but I reasoned that in that price bracket the D750 was going to be my best option for the forseeable future. It's a wonder Nikon got away with calling it the "D750" since it's DNA is 80% common ...

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The Nikon D750 was the reason I sold all of my Canon gear in 2014 and swapped over to Nikon. Everything on paper, specs and features, made it seem like the perfect wedding camera, and after briefly testing one at a store, I jumped ship. To keep this concise, I'll list the pros and cons after two years of using two D750's, taking over 150,000 photos between them. Pros (1) Amazing dynamic range at low ISO. It was definitely something Canon lacked, and it was very useful for events and especially ...

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The D750 is an outstanding camera and has an excellent value. Excellent low light performance. Pushing 6400 ISO is usable (just maybe not for large prints). AF works great and I find the group AF mode works well when tracking moving subjects. The focusing area is a bit confined to the center of the frame. Once in a while I find the tilt screen comes in handy. It is a huge improvement for video compared to other Nikon DSLR's although it doesn't have 4k and poor live view focusing and no focus ...

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