Nikon’s FX-format DSLR cameras display the best of Nikon’s imaging prowess. No exception to this heritage, the D750 offers stunning, high resolution images true to its large, FX-format sensor, all within a body that is light and easy to operate. The resolution of an FX-format sensor, packed within a handy body size. How is it possible, and what does it bode for our photography? Professional photographers try it out for themselves, and tell us about their experiences.
As a photographer, when you go on a trip, you want to see the sights without getting bogged down by equipment, but yet, compromising on image quality is out of the question. That’s why I chose the Nikon D750. Its ability to capture fine details. Those beautiful depictions even in low light. That speedy autofocus. The freedom of composition that comes with the tilt-screen monitor. Take a look for yourself at the wonderful sights of Paris, as captured in glorious detail by the Nikon D750.
The D750 is well acclaimed by photography lovers because with it, you can take photos of a whole new level—something that you can’t on smartphones. Easy to use and yet delivering astounding images, what is it that makes this camera so appealing?
The first FX-format camera to be equipped with a tilting LCD monitor, the lightweight D750 boasts shooting capabilities that rival those on cameras used by professional photographers.READ MORE
How does the image quality of the D750 fare from a professional photographer’s perspective? We go beyond the basics to also try out its new Picture Control feature, and test its high ISO sensitivity performance and autofocus capabilities at night.VIEW RESULTS
The Nikon D750 is the first FX-format camera equipped with a tilting LCD monitor. Naturally, this brings about new possibilities. We put it to the test in landscape photography, and also examine the structural elements of this exciting new feature.VIEW RESULTS
All viewfinder shooters love having a clear view and broad coverage. We share our experience shooting through the viewfinder on the D750, and also explore the Special Effects mode, which features on an FX-format camera for the very first time.VIEW RESULTS
The D750 is, of course, perfectly capable of recording those amazing scenes before you as high resolution images. But professional photographers go beyond that, and use the depictive prowess to create images that are expressions. Here are some ideas and techniques that they use, that you, too, can apply using the unique features of the D750. We also introduce some lenses that make excellent pairings with the D750.
To create photos with greater impact, use a slow shutter speed—you can blur out subjects and even make them disappear. Here’s how you can combine this with the imaging prowess of your D750 for impressive shots of natural landscapes.READ MORE
You can get creative with your shots my layering images with the Multiple Exposure function on the D750. Here’s how you can get started with it, and also some fun ideas to try out, straight from the pros.READ MORE
In travel photography, evening and night scenes are full of picturesque moments waiting to be captured. Here are some tips from professional photographers that will help you maximize your D750’s amazing imaging capabilities, even amid rapidly changing light conditions.READ MORE
The high-performance AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED boasts the widest angle-of-view among the NIKKOR lenses—great for capturing expansive landscapes in one shot, especially when paired with your D750. Here’s our hands-on review.READ MORE
The AF-S NIKKOR 24-70mm f/2.8E ED VR boasts the best depiction performance among all normal NIKKOR zoom lenses. When used with the D750, it lets you obtain the ultimate in high image quality.READ MORE
The AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/2.8E FL ED VR is a fast telephoto zoom lens that boasts clarity, excellent image quality, and a short minimum focusing distance. Pair it with the D750 for a high-resolution imaging dream team filled with possibilities.READ MORE