Nikon D750 is one of Nikon’s old cameras. This camera is a Full-Frame DSLR camera. In this series Nikon combines the advantages of previous series, D610 and D810. Nikon D750 camera body is made of a mixture of magnesium alloy and carbon fiber. There are some interesting things from Nikon D750, such as LCD screens that can be folded (tilt), more movie features, and there is even a special movie page in the menu. With this series, Nikon tries to build a quality, ergonomics and has features that are almost the same as a more expensive DSLR.
Early appearance of this camera attracted many photographers. Then, does this camera still have good features to use in 2019?. Given the myriad of cameras with new features on the market today. So, This is review of the Nikon D750.
Nikon D750 LCD screen
The D750 LCD screen a semi-articulated, and this is a first for Nikon FX DSLR lineup. The hinge design can go up and out so it is very comfortable when used to capture video and low angle shooting in live-view mode.
Sensor and ISO Nikon D750
Nikon D750 is equipped with a 24 CMOS sensor with AA filter. The sensitivity range of ISO D750 is between 100 -12,800 with expansion up to ISO equivalent of 51,200. Nikon D750 doesn’t have Raw Size ‘S’ mode for reducing RAW resolution – maybe Nikon believes that this feature is more appropriate for higher resolutions.
While the Nikon D750 also has features automatic ISO sensitivity. Automatic ISO sensitivity capability in shooting in video capture mode as well as stills. Automatic ISO is very effective and convenient for general photography in AE mode but is also useful when shooting in manual mode. The Nikon D750 offers automatic ISO control in live view and still movie modes, allowing the videographer to maintain a fixed level of brightness when shooting manually in changes of light. Better yet, in movie mode you can apply exposure compensation so you can shoot fixed shutter speed and depth-of-field, and still retain the brightness of the image.
Nikon D750 Video Record Capability
The next feature is the Nikon D750’s video capabilities. Nikon D750 inherits D810 video specifications. Namely HD 1080 / 60p video, built-in stereo audio recording, zebra stripes to check highlights and the new ‘Flat’ Picture Control mode. It also means simultaneous HDMI / memory card recording and ‘aperture power’ control in live view and video capture.
In addition, Flat Image Mode allows users to record video with minimal processing to maximize it for sharpening and gradation of color in post-production. Videos can be taken in full HD 1940 × 1080 with a choice of 60, 50, 30, 25 or 24 fps. For users who want to record video through changes in exposure there is Power Aperture and Auto ISO. In Automatic ISO, ISO sensitivity changes gradually and Power Aperture opens the lens iris smoothly during live view.
The Niko D750 has a 51-point version of the 3500FX AF Multi-CAM system. In other respects, the Nikon D750’s autofocus specification is identical to the D810, and offers single-point AF, 9, 21 or 51-point dynamic-area AF, 3D-tracking, auto-area AF (with face detection), and Group Area AF (introduced in D4S and D810). In Live View, face-priority AF, wide-area AF, normal-area AF, and subject-tracking AF are available.
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Supporting features on the Nikon D750 one of which is Wi-Fi. In addition to the Wi-Fi function, the Nikon D750 also supports an Eye-Fi Card for sharing files quickly and easily with mobile devices. Thanks to the dual SD card slots, two SD cards can be used at the same time, allowing for different file types to be written for each.
If you use Nikon D750 Wi-Fi by connecting directly to the broadcast ID using a smartphone or tablet, it is important to set a password to secure your connection. This is done from the Wireless Mobile Utility application – tap the cog’s top right icon, and set the password in the WMA Settings’ sub-menu.
Nikon D750 can be used for various types of photography, but it is most suitable for coverage photography, wedding, and sports / wildlife. Also suitable for videography. Don’t forget that after upgrading the lenses also need to be upgraded to maximize the potential of this camera.