The Nikon D750 was announced at photokina this year, and we have our hands on the device for the past few weeks. In fact, we even took it out during a rain shower! You can read our first impressions of the D700 update here.
Take a look at the images and our impressions of the image quality and performance of the camera.
ISO 51,200 is definitely noisy. Seen here is the 100% crop of the previous shot. For this image, we shot JPEG, with Noise Reduction switched off. But when used with RAW and processed carefully, one can get decent looking files for reportage. Photograph/Raj Lalwani
The D750 is the company’s only DSLR that is supposed to autofocus in -3EV light. As seen in this image, where the light was low enough for us to use ISO 51,200 and f/1.8, the AF did lock quite easily, even while the AF-assist lamp was switched off. Photograph/Raj Lalwani
The tilting screen helps shoot in busy enviroments without attracting attention. Photograph/Raj Lalwani
The on-camera flash, often excluded in competing full frame cameras, can be a useful creative tool. Here, it was used at full power to overpower ambient daylight and get these surreal looking colours. Photograph/Raj Lalwani
The buffer of the D750 does not let you down, as long as you use a Class 10 memory card. Photograph/Raj Lalwani
The biggest failing of the D750 is its overenthusiastic LCD, which is just too bright, and certainly not accurate. We have noticed the same problem in most recent Nikon DSLRs, including the D4S, D810 and D610. Photograph/Raj Lalwani
The 51 AF points are not spread all over the frame, but despite that, this is the fastest focusing full frame DSLR we have seen at this price point. The biggest failing of the D750 is its overenthusiastic LCD, which is just too bright, and certainly not accurate. We have noticed the same problem in most recent Nikon DSLRs, including the D4S, D810 and D610. Photograph/Raj Lalwani
ISO 6400, opened up by two stops in RAW. Photograph/Raj Lalwani
AF in Live View is quick, not as fast as a mirrorless or SLT camera, but definitely as fast as the D4S and the D810. Photograph/Raj Lalwani
We will publish a full review of the Nikon D750 in the November 2014 edition of Better Photography, so make sure you stay tuned for that!
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