With a full-frame 24.3-million-pixel sensor and an updated autofocusing module, is the Nikon D750 the perfect all-rounder? Callum McInerney-Riley finds out in our Nikon D750 review

Product Overview

Overall rating:

Nikon D750

Features:
Build/Handling:
Metering:
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LCD viewfinder:

Pros:

  • 24.3-million-pixel sensor
  • Built-in Wi-fi
  • Tiltable LCD

Cons:

  • Maximum 1/4000 Shutter Speed
  • No AF-On button
  • No GPS

Product:

Nikon D750 Review

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Price as reviewed:

£1,799.00

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Nikon D750 Review – Specification

Details

Sensor:24.3-million-pixel, FX CMOS
Output size:6016 x 4096 pixels
Focal length mag:1x
Lens mount:Nikon F
File format:Raw (NEF), JPEG, raw + JPEG
Shutter speeds:30-1/4000sec
ISO:100-12,800 (standard); 50-51,200 (extended)
Exposure modes:PASM
Metering:Multi, centreweighted, spot, highlight-weighted
Drive:7 fps
Movie:Full HD, 1920 x 1080 pixels, 60p
Viewfinder:0.7x magnification, 100% coverage
Display:3.2in, tiltable, 1,229,000 dots
Focusing:51 focus points (inc. 15 cross-type sensors; f/8 supported by 11 sensors)
Memory card:SD, SDHC, SDXC
Dimensions:140.5 x 113 x 78 mm
Weight:980g
  1. 1. Nikon D750 Review – Introduction
  2. 2. Build and Handling
  3. 3. Performance
  4. 4. Resolution, Dynamic Range and Noise
  5. 5. Verdict
  6. 6. First Look
  7. 7. Nikon D750 Review – Specification
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  • Noel Patterson

    Got one of these having previously used the D700. Image quality is definitely a step forward which is the main thing.

    However a couple of irritations which I have not seen mentioned in reviews firstly despite encouraging more live view shooting with the tilt screen they have replaced the D700’s little lever which allowed you to stop light entering the camera via the eye piece with the need to remove the rubber eye piece and replace it with a different cover! Also the D750 ships with a ridiculously short USB cable and no cover for the flash hot shoe – all seems a bit silly given the price. However definitely enjoying using the D750.