When purchasing a camera, it is a good idea to buy from a trusted manufacturer; with the Nikon D750 you are going to receive just that, and several great features that will truly make your image quality stand out. With a 12.1 mega pixel, FX format, and CMOS sensor, you can’t get much better image quality than what this camera is going to produce. And, a large 3.2“ LCD screen, 92,000 VGA dot resolution, you can capture quality shots, and easily find the best features and shooting modes, when working with the touch screen for image capture.
Some additional features that you are going to love, which the Nikon D750 boasts include:
– Tempered glass LCD for optimal protection, and to avoid scratches, cracking, or other possible damage.
– A 170 degree wide viewing angle, ensuring great image quality, and the ability to view your entire shooting field with every shot you take.
– A 51 point AF system is both fast, and extremely accurate, meaning even if you do not capture the best image, the camera is going to do the other half of the job for you.
– There is a 3D focus tracking, as well as two live modes that you can shoot in, giving you a wide range of discretion when taking quality images.
A 100 up to 12800 base ISO range, can be expanded, and with a start time of just 0.12 seconds, you will never miss the opportunity to take a quality shot, or to capture something that you do not see everyday. With recording speeds of up to 35 mega bytes per second, you can capture anything, in quality still frame, and recording quality. A scene recognition mode also ensures you are going to capture excellent quality, even if you are not a professional photographer.
The camera will automatically adjust for the scene and the environment that you are shooting in, to make up for any deficiencies in the shooting that you are going to do with the Nikon D750. This feature also allows for dust reduction, and eliminates any of the imperfections that may have made their way into your image; in turn, you will get a glare free, dust free image, even if the camera has to do most of the work for you.
A 12 channel read out also allows for quick file transfer, when you remove the SD card, and want to transfer the images to a computer, or would like to print them out. The 100 to 12800 ISO range also allows photographers to gain a new found respect for any shooting conditions, and any lighting conditions they are in; the camera will make up for dim lighting, or will adjust automatically for a darker or lighter shooting arena, so that you can capture an excellent shot, regardless of where you are taking the images from.
With several great features, and exceptional built in assistance, whether you are a professional photographer, or just a weekend amateur that wants to improve on your shooting skills, the Nikon D750 is a great camera to help you improve on certain skill deficiencies.