Nikon Debuts the D750 Full-Frame 24.3MP DSLR with Wi-Fi, Tilting Screen

Posted by at 4:46 pm on September 12, 2014

Nikon has unveiled a new full-frame DSLR ahead of Photokina, one that effectively replaces the D700. The Nikon D750 has a 24.3-megapixel FX sensor combined with the Expeed 4 imaging engine, the same as the D810, though its weather-sealed carbon fiber thermoplastic and magnesium alloy body gives it a weight of just 750 grams (1.6 pounds), lighter than its stablemates.

With an ISO sensitivity between 100 and 12,800, extended to ISO 50 and ISO 51,200, the D750 has a burst rate of up to 6.5fps at full resolution and a maximum 1/4000 of a second shutter speed. Similar to other higher-cost cameras in the range, it includes a fast 51-point autofocus system using 15 cross-type AF sensors, 11 of which work up to f/8, and a Group Area AF mode, with the snapper being the first Nikon DSLR capable of locking onto a subject at -3EV illumination.

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Capable of 1080p video at 60fps with an external microphone option, the camera has two SD card slots, and is said to last for up to 1,235 images or 55 minutes of video on a single battery charge. Wi-Fi connectivity is also available, allowing it to be remote controlled, while its 3.2-inch 1.2 million-dot LCD is the first in a full-frame Nikon device to have a tilting capability, rotating up to 90 degrees and down to 75 degrees.

Nikon is shipping the D750 from late September priced at $2,300 for the body alone. A bundle with a 24-120mm f/4 VR lens will be shipping in mid-October for an undisclosed price.

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