Take sharp, vibrant photographs and record high-definition video footage up to 1920 x 1080 with this Nikon D750 DSLR camera, which features a 24.3-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor for optimal image capture.
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This SanDisk Pixtor Advanced SDHC memory card features a Class 10 rating for fast data transfer, so you can capture 1080p, 3D or 4K video. The durable construction offers protection against water, shocks, x-rays and more.
DigiPower - Refuel Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery - Black
With 7.2V of power and a 1550 mAh capacity, this DigiPower Refuel RF-NKL15 rechargeable lithium-ion battery replaces your EN-EL15 battery to keep your compatible Nikon camera powered and ready for use.
Lowepro - Urban Reporter 150 Camera Messenger Bag - Black
Keep your equipment safe while on the go with this Lowepro Urban Reporter 150 LP36616 messenger bag, which features a padded, removable camera insert for flexible storage and a padded compartment to house a laptop.
24.3-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor
Allows you to capture high-resolution images.
3.2" tilting Vari-angle LCD
Makes it easy to review shots.
High-definition movie mode
Enables you to record video footage with 1920 x 1080 resolution at 60/50p and 30/25/24p and 1280 x 720 resolution at 60/50p in H.264/MPEG-4 format. Supports 4:2:2 8-bit uncompressed output via HDMI.
Allows you to capture images in rapid succession at up to 6.5 fps.
With Lo-1 (50), Hi-1 (25,600) and Hi-2 (51,200) settings for shooting in various lighting conditions.
Auto ISO adjustment in manual mode
Plus manual ISO adjustment for shooting in various lighting conditions. Video ISO range from 200 to 12,800.
Shutter speed and aperture adjustment during recording
Along with aperture adjustment prior to recording for flexible exposure.
Multi-area mode FX/DX
Enables simple cropping.
In-camera time lapse with exposure smoothing
Plus in-camera time lapse, interval timer with exposure smoothing and interval timer settings for versatility.
Helps simplify file sharing across wireless devices.
Supports SD, SDHC and SDXC formats
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Best Buy Customer Reviews
Posted by: Jus23 from: on
Like many others... I wanted to make the jump from a crop to a full frame. I'm coming from a D5000 to the D750 and obviously the result are night and day. The pictures I've taken on my 50mm1.8g and 70-200mm 2.8 VRii are simply amazing. Before I struggled getting that shot, with this camera it makes everything easier.... A slight learning curve with some of the button/dials but thats expected. I've only had this camera for a little over a week now and I'm already blown away with the clarity, depth,accurracy of this camera. It would be wrong of me not to mention the customer service that I recieved from Best buy. The first location I drove to didn't have the Camera in stock (although it showed it did #, kindly enough, I was issued a discount of $40 off# didn't even ask for it) for driving to another location after confirming that the camera was there; Also I bought the camera on a Wed., Friday it was on sale as it is now for $300 cheaper. I brought in my reciet and they were more than happy to honor the sale price, issuing me a 300 refund..
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Perfect for the price
Posted by: BoardBurtonVT from: Quechee, VT on
This camera is a solid upgrade over the D610 and provides a lot of the utility that the D810 gives you, while only losing resolution. 99% of the photographers of the world would have no need for a 36 mega pixel image (in fact it will probably just eat up your hard drive space twice as fast and be a problem). The focusing is fast, the low light focusing is great, ISO noise is nearly undetectable at f8 or higher up until 7200 or so.
Live view is much improved from my old DX camera (D5200), the video capabilities are great (1080 at 60fps!). The controls are smooth, the grip is comfortable and the WiFi lets you use your cell phone as a remote shutter, eliminating the need for some expensive peripheral pieces.
I've used the 24-70mm 2.8g and the 85mm 1.8g, as well as the 18-200mm DX and 10-24mm DX lenses. Its sharp with everything, the shutter is quiet and solid feeling.
Nikon really hit a home run with this camera. If you are wavering between this and a D610, just do yourself a favor and skip the D610.
9 out of 11 found this review helpful.
Surpassed my expectations!
Posted by: YRaj from: on
I am professional photographer who mainly shoots events. I have shot with the D40, D3000, D90, D700 and D800. The D800 is an amazing camera but moody. Along comes the D750, billed as an "Action" camera. When I heard that it was only 6.5FPS, I was sorely disappointed and was very critical of Nikon. However, after reading a review by a world class wedding photographer about the D750. I decided that this was the camera I needed to work alongside the D800 at events.
After using the camera for 3 weeks, I have to say that I am completely floored. The problem, that I feel guilty about, is that I am not picking up my D800 anymore.
I can say this enough...the autofocus beats the D700, D800, D7100. I was able to shoot some volleyball shots that came out clearly at ISO 10000, and 90% of the shots were keepers even when blindly shooting at the action. It also focuses quickly in low light..one of 2 main reasons for purchasing this camera.
Autofocus - on Area mode auto...which means the camera picks the focal point. Amazing!!! It automatically focuses on the eyes. This means that when shooting portrait shots, you are able to shoot continuously freely which results in better candid shots.
Low Noise! - I shoot at ISO 10800 with no fear. This is a game changer for me allowing me to shoot more creatively without having to focus and recompose.
WIFI - love the fact that I can post photos to social media while out in the field. Transfer is fast and effortless on my Note 4. See image of Heron.
FPS - I would have liked more than 6FPS on this latest camera from Nikon. Still this did not prevent me from getting great bird shots..see image.
Grip - does not increase FPS.
14 out of 14 found this review helpful.
Absolutely incredible camera for professionals
Posted by: MicahProffer from: on
The high ISO capabilities of this camera are mind-blowing and the low-light autofocus is very impressive as well. There is ton of information in the shadows of the RAW files, so much so that you can recover up to 5 stops of exposure from an underexposed image. The dynamic range is brilliant and the colors are gorgeous. Such an inspirational camera. I'm a wedding and portrait photographer and have been nothing but satisfied with this camera's performance.
11 out of 11 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Echoes2012 from: on
I just upgraded to the D750 from the D7100. Wow is all I can say! The 7100 takes great pictures-don't get me wrong- but I am blown away by the results that I am getting using this beast of a camera. I am in love!! The screen is excellent, its large and it tilts. I love the exposure preview option in the live view mode. The camera fits comfortably in my hand, it's not too heavy- it just feels right! But the best thing this camera offers that the 7100 can not is the quality when using a high ISO. I did not like the quality of my pictures when shooting in anything over ISO 400 on my 7100 but with the D750, ISO 1600, 3200 is very doable! And I know I could go higher and still get great pics. Purchase this camera, you will not be disappointed!
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Fantastic Camera, Sometimes Better Than My D810!
Posted by: Photoman from: Las Vegas on
I was a little hesitant about buying this camera since I already had the new D810, but I needed a back up so it was either buy another D810 or buy the new D750 and the new 20mm 1.8 lens, so I opted for theD750 and the new 20mm 1.8 lens. I'm so happy that I decided to purchase the D750. The camera is awesome! Great auto-focus in low light, superb metering system, excellent image quality, and great video, what more could you ask for! I'm having so much fun shooting with my d750, I now use it as my primary camera and the D810 is now my backup, except for those critical high resolution shots.
17 out of 19 found this review helpful.
Posted by: bakedtator from: on
Just bought my d750 on 9/29/14. I also shoot the d610 and the d7000. The d750 is unbelievably one of the most comfortable cameras I have put in my hands. Extremely quite when in normal mode. Very fast in focusing and transfering files. I set up the nikon app on my phone to transfer files to social media and got a new surprise, you can take the photos with your phone as well. You can see what your camera sees and focus with your phones screen and then snap the shot and upload it via email or facebook or which ever social media you want. Im actually thinking of selling the d610 and buying another d750 from best buy of course. I will definitely be boasting about the d750 for a long time. Thank you nikon and thank you best buy. :)
13 out of 15 found this review helpful.
Posted by: SavvyUs from: on
I got this camera on 9/24 and shot pictures in my one-week trip afterwards. Excellent pictures. Tilt screen facilitates shooting in differ tangles. And build-in wifi is a plus to my need. One big plus confirmed - in dim light with high ISO, D750 delivers clear pictures comparatively when flash light is prohibited.
12 out of 12 found this review helpful.
Haven't been this excited about anything in years
Posted by: Gonga from: on
The D750 is an astounding piece of technology that will bring you new capabilities, improve your photography craft, inspire you, and help you make great photographs and movies. The superb low-light performance (both autofocusing and image quality), articulating screen for movies and low shots, built-in fill flash, U1 and U2 saved settings modes (you can change every setting instantly for different uses like landscapes and portraits), highly customizable full features, and small form factor, make this a camera that I have a special affinity for in less than a month of use. The combination of professional and enthusiast features is a brilliant synthesis. This is the only full-frame DSLR with a tilt screen, and the low light performance is better than any other Nikon, even the D810, which has no articulating screen, and D5, which has no U1 and U2 modes. I've been shooting Nikon for over 30 years, but this camera reaches a whole new level of creative inspiration.
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Fantastic Camera for Photos and Video
Posted by: Russell from: on
I upgraded from the Nikon D7000 and have been taking photos over 15 years. The camera has amazing high ISO performance letting me shoot at 4000 ISO with clean photos and even up to 12800 ISO when needed to still get the shot. I really like the ergonomics as it fits my hand very well even for many hours of shooting. I use the tilt screen to get some great shots/video from the ground. This is the least expensive full frame camera you can with with the professional level autofocus and metering systems from the highest end cameras. I prefer to have the 2 SD card slots so one is a backup at all times. Also, the U1 and U2 custom user setting modes on the dial are extremely useful.
I highly recommend going to the closest Best Buy that has a camera store and try it out for yourself as that is the only real way to know if you may like it or not.