The compact and lightweight Nikon D750 features performance rivalling that of high-end cameras, equipped with features such as a tilting LCD monitor and superior AF performance in low light conditions. Its excellent mobility also lets you shoot even more actively. Join me as I experience the camera for myself while photographing in the streets of Paris. (Reported by: Koji Ueda)
AF-S NIKKOR 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR/ FL:24mm/ Special Effects mode: Silhouette (f/11, 1/500 sec)/ ISO 200/ WB: Auto 1
I found the shape of this church very unique, and so decided to emphasize it by shooting with the Special Effects mode set to "Silhouette”. It makes the church look regal and majestic.
AF-S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G/ Aperture-priority Auto(f/1.8, 1/4000 sec, EV-0.7)/ ISO 100/WB: Cloudy
A bright medium-telephoto lens at maximum aperture is a must for street photography as it makes the main subject stand out against the backdrop of the street.
AF-S NIKKOR 58mm f/1.4G/ FL:58mm/ Aperture-priority Auto (f/1.4, 1/160 sec)/ ISO 100/ WB: Shade
A stylish menu on the wall of a restaurant. The use of a 58mm prime lens brings a good sense of balance to the image. The creamy bokeh that can only be produced at a maximum aperture of f/1.4 makes the text in the foreground stand out.
AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II/ FL: 130mm/ Aperture-priority Auto(f/8, 1/320 sec, EV-0.7)/ ISO 100/WB: Cloudy
The townscape of Paris, taken at the telephoto zoom end. The powerful depictive capabilities of the D750 enable the textures of the walls of the historic buildings to be clearly rendered. It also provides high reproducibility of light and dark in scenes with extreme differences in brightness.