Nikon - D750 DSLR Camera (Body Only) - Black

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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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What's Included


  • Nikon D750 DSLR Camera (Body Only)
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery (EN-EL15)
  • Battery charger (MH-25a)
  • USB cable (UC-E17)
  • Strap (AN-DC14), body cap (BF-1B)
  • Eyepiece cap (DK-5), rubber eyecup (DK-21)
  • ViewNX 2 CD-ROM
  • Owner's manual

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (417 out of 420)

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Nikon - MB-D16 Multi Power Battery Pack for the D750 Digital SLR Camera - Black
Nikon - MB-D16 Multi Power Battery Pack for the D750 Digital SLR Camera - Black
This Nikon multipower battery pack extends the life of a Nikon D750 camera with additional battery power. The battery pack incorporates camera controls so you don't lose any functionality, and it is ergonomically designed for maximum comfort. The vertical release button lets you easily detach the Nikon multipower battery pack when it's not in use.
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Features


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.

Burst mode

Allows you to capture images in rapid succession at up to 6.5 fps.

ISO 100-12,800

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.

Eye-level pentaprism single-lens reflex viewfinder

Helps you set up shots.

EXPEED 4 image processor

Allows high-quality image capture.

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.

Built-in Wi-Fi

Helps simplify file sharing across wireless devices.

Supports SD, SDHC and SDXC formats

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Overall customer rating

4.9
100%
would recommend to a friend

Expert Rating

4.3

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Everything I hoped it would be.

    Posted
    tower41photography
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    This is the fifth Nikon DSLR that I've had, (D40X, D200, D300, D300s, and now the D750). I've been waiting for years for Nikon to produce an upgrade to my now 5 year old beloved D300s. As a professional photographer, it was really important that my next camera met my strict set of needs and wants. Sure, Nikon produced the D7000 series, but that took a professional camera and dumbed it down. While the D800/810 are almost unanimously the best out there, I can't shoot a wedding with 36MP photos. I don't even want to think about how many memory cards I'd need to shoot the 1-2000 RAW photos taken at an average wedding. The D4S is lovely, but I can't quite justify paying that much for a camera. The D600 was a bit plagued, and after shooting with a rental D610 I was left with lots of frustration and questionable images. The D610 had some weird white balancing and exposure issues. Also, for my large hands the grip felt incredibly cramped, which is a big deal breaker when this camera is going to be attached to my arm for 12 hours a day. Could Nikon not produce a proper successor to the D300s/D700 in 5 years? Luckily, the D750 really seems to be that camera. -The grip, while as narrow as the D610, is much deeper, which makes all of the difference in the work. -Focus is incredibly fast and accurate, even in really low light settings. -Photos are crisp and full of detail (even with the AA filter). -The rotating screen, while built very solidly built does scare me a little, so I'll use that sparingly. It's bright, and the addition of white (as well as RGB LEDs) really bumps up the readability. The screen isn't quite as nice as a retina display, but it's not far off. -The top screen (while much smaller than the D300s) is bolder and easier to read. -Speaking of easier to read...the viewfinder display is unreal! It's white and bright and an upgrade that I love but I didn't even think about. -Controls and menus are a bit frustrating. Had an issue with autofocus trying to focus before every picture in a burst and it took quite about 30 minutes on the phone with Nikon to figure out what was causing the issue. It was a stupidly simple fix. Once I figure out this camera and get used to the slightly different button order, it'll be fine. -Speaking of burst, 6.5 fps may not be the fastest out there, but it is plenty fast for me. A little sad that the addition of the grip doesn't add an extra fps or two. -Shutter sound on normal continuous high is actually quieter than the quiet mode on the D300s; a huge plus for me. -Wireless capability. I'm not going to lie, this was a HUGE draw for me. I've used EyeFi cards, and they've been great, but their range was about 5 feet and the connection took quite a bit of time. The Nikon built in WiFi is fast and was able to trigger the camera from my phone from 25 feet away. Brilliant. -And I saved the best to last. The low light performance of this camera is unlike anything I've ever seen. I think it may even be better than the D800. Completely usable photos up to 6400 ISO, and I wouldn't hesitate using a 51,200 ISO photo in a pinch. They were surprisingly low noise. Honestly, the 51,200 looked cleaner than a 6400 photo on the D300s And now the negatives. -First is the biggest one. The buffer. It's just ok. I could shoot burst mode for days with the D300s but the D750 only allows for a few seconds. I wish that it had the same buffer as the D810. -Screen is a little bit slow to wake up when turned on with MENU or PLAY, etc. -Camera is a bit too small for my hands, not unreasonably so, but I'll definitely be purchasing the grip soon. -WiFi is unsecured?!? A big oversight for Nikon, which should (hopefully) be corrected with a firmware upgrade soon. -No screen protector? This is the first Nikon that I got that didn't come with one. Even though it has the tabs to attach it, Nikon doesn't currently have a screen protector for the D750 (I spoke to Nikon customer service) I'm sure this problem will also be corrected soon, but these are the problems that you get when you get one of the first cameras off the line. -Why does it have the spin dial controls at the top instead of the 3-4 button controls of the D800/810/D4s? -The photos are too.... beautiful? Honestly, try as I might, I couldn't come up with more than those slight complaints. Sorry this review was a bit long, but I am psyched about this camera, and thought it was deserving of a full review.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent camera for serious amateurs or pro's

    Posted
    mago
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

    I have been shooting Nikon cameras since 1989. My last camera was the D300. I wanted to have a camera capable to shoot clean shots at high ISO, with better auto-focus and with more resolution than the D300. The DX option was the D7100, but even though this is a very good camera, I was waiting for another DX equal enough to the D300 or much better in all respect. Obviously, the D7100 was tempting me but I was waiting for the rumored D400 that probably will never be created. The D600 was not an option due to the oil getting in the sensor. Nikon tried to fix the problem by introducing the D610 which in my opinion, was not either an acceptable option as well. The D800 / 810 were too pricey and the D4, way too expensive for my wallet. I was waiting for either the rumored D7100 replacement or another camera FX in between the D610 and the D800 series when the D750 showed up ! I decided to buy this camera and move to a different world, the FX world, which demand the use of better lenses and technique. I do have 3 professional lenses already : Nikon 70-200 f/4, Nikon 105 f/2.8 and Nikon 16-35 f/4. The experience and technique was there also. I was ready to move and gave this camera a shot and let me tell you, I won't go back to any other; I am simply impress with this camera. I am able to shoot at ISO 12800 and the results are amazing, great colors at that high ISO and clean shots. The AF system of this camera is super fast and infallible. Set it up for AF-C Group and the camera will not stop shooting very sharp pics of your model regardless of their movement speed. This is a plus to me because I shoot weddings and even though you can get kind of the same result with the D7100 by setting that camera in AF-C 3d, still that function is not as perfect like the one in the D750. Before, with my D300, I had to use at least 2 speed lights to get the shot done while shooting indoors. Now, I do not have the need to use flashes anymore. My D750 is capable to "illuminate" any dark room and turn it into a very bright one. It does not fail ! It is capable to shoot even in dark environments, something that is not possible with the D7100. I also have the capability to shoot almost 6 frames per second; the color rendition are excellent, the body is very light and ergonomic, the shutter feels secure under your finger, excellent life battery ( more than 1k shots ); believe it or not, this camera shoots excellent jPEG pictures even at high ISO. The body is weather sealed. The other night I was shooting under a light rain and I did not even bother trying to protect my camera. For me, it has been a great move and worth the investment. The only flaw is that at the moment, you are not capable to download your RAW files ( I shoot in RAW ) directly from the camera to your photo processor unless you do have a RAW converter. I use aperture and I bought the ExifChanger program from Apple for $10 dollars and with that little program, I am capable to convert my RAW files as if they were shot with the Nikon D5300. As a temporary solution, it is a great choice, till Nikon release the RAW file format. I won't give you my opinion about the video capabilities of this camera because I am not a videographer and I do not really care about that at all. I am a photographer 100% and as such, if you are looking for a camera that will help you to improve your pics in any kind of environment, assuming that you have the lenses and the experience, this is your camera. Not that expensive as the D800 or D4 but at the same level of those cameras. The D750 produce much better clean shots than the D800 and its AF-S system is on par with the top of the line, D4 series. Isn't a great choice ? In my humble opinion, yes it is by all means !!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Surpassed my expectations!

    Posted
    YRaj

    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. Pros 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. Cons 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.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    What an amazing camera, It just WON Camera of Year

    Posted
    Pzl1nz
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Hi all, I am absolutely amazed with this camera and the pictures this beast takes! I wanted to upgrade to FF, coming from a Nikon D7000. The D810 was out of my price range and I didn't want a 36MP camera eating up hard drive space. The D610 seemed good but I wanted more features. Enter the D750... To me this is essentially a D810 (technology) in a smaller, lighter body, with picture sizes that are much more manageable at a competitive price range. I read tons of info before buying and the features that drew me in were low light performance, new focus system, dynamic range, high ISO performance. I bought this from my local BestBuy who ordered it for me on their website, it was delivered in 3 days. Got it home, customized a few things in the menu, and started shooting. This camera blows away my expectations. As of right now I have paired this body to a Nikon 50mm 1.8D and a Nikon 70-200 2.8 VRII. Pictures are stunning. I also have some crop frame lenses for my D7000 that will work but the sensor crops down photos on this camera and you are then losing all of your full frame resolution. I think I am going after the Nikon 28-300 for an all around carry lens and the16-35 for some wide end shooting. It just does everything so well. I really have yet to see something it is doing that I don't like, which is an absolute first for me on any camera. I am keeping the D7000 as a backup camera and for long reach wildlife shots where I can get the crop frame benefit of longer effective reach. In addition if I let the wife shoot it, it does a great job in the auto modes (better IQ and getting the shot you think you want) and this makes it fun for her (novice) to pick up the camera and have confidence in the pictures she is taking. It is funny to see how less scared/intimidated she is of using a DSLR. There is no fuss, just put in P or Auto and the camera does the rest beautifully. Read here is you choose. http://www.popphoto.com/gear/2014/11/camera-year-nikon-d750

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A great body that takes some amazing shots

    Posted
    BDahl
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Finally decided to take the step up to a professional level DSLR. My last camera was a Canon Digital Rebel T1i. I had a price range of $3000-$4000 in mind for the body and lens combined. My last DSLR purchase included an 18-55mm lens. While the zoom was a nice feature to have, I was not too terribly impressed by the build quality of the "stock" lens that came with the camera. For this purchase, I decided that the D750 body would be in the right range for my needs, I am very happy with 24 megapixels. While I have not taken full advantage of some of the custom settings and added features in this model, I can say that it takes some amazing pictures when paired with the Nikkor 24mm f/1.4 lens. I am very happy that I purchased a lens separately; although I am sometimes limited by a lack of zoom, the Nikkor 24mm lens is a beautiful performer and I can crop my pictures reasonably well while still keeping the images a decent size, thanks to the 24mp sensor. Just after purchasing the set, Nikon announced their latest 24-70mm zoom lens. If I had a little more cash in the budget and a little more patience, I would probably had purchased the zoom lens. I don't regret switching from Canon to Nikon and am glad I didn't have much stock in Canon lenses. I plan on sticking with Nikon for the future and plan on adding to my lens collection over the years to come. Lets hope they don't change the mounting system any time soon. All in all, the Nikon D750 is a great first entry into owning a professional DSLR and I am very pleased with my purchase.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A stellar full frame DSLR for the price

    Posted
    straightoutta818
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Research and come to your own conclusions as far as needs, wants and budget. There is nothing that I can say that has not already been said...this is a fine piece of art and technology. I made the jump from DX to FX and have had it only for a couple of weeks. My conclusion is that this camera is a monster for its price point. It has fantastic dynamic range and sharpness. Low light performance is great. The D750's features, performance and price are unique in the Nikon FX lineup. Extremely happy with it so far. Pros: Smaller size and less weight when compared to Nikon’s higher end FX bodies. Great low light performance. Images stay clean up to about 6400 ISO in most circumstances. You can see in the dark if you have to. The custom user settings (U1 & U2) are a godsend. It has a titling rear display that can come in handy with odd angles. Price vs performance feature set ratio might be the best in the market. Auto focus is accurate and fast. Cons (Notice that all but one of the issues below have nothing to do with taking a good photo!): AF area is bunched up towards the middle of the sensor and does not reach the outer edges of the frame. Has wireless but you can’t do much with it. The Nikon WMA app is pretty limited. No onboard geotagging. Not a huge issue if you do something off camera like Geotag Photos Pro on a smartphone. I don’t care for the Nikon GPS solution as its a pain to sync and is a battery killer. Video is 1080P at best which means either now or down the road you might want something with 4K capabilities. Shutter is pretty loud regardless of what mode you set it in. The reviews are right, this is a stellar camera.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great camera for non-pros wanting an FX camera.

    Posted
    LouisK
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I tested both the D750 and D610 for my upgrade to FX. The D610 is a great camera and I would recommend it without hesitation, but the D750 is so much more. The first thing I noticed on first using it was it's ergonomics. The grip feels better that the grip of the D610 and my older DX bodies. Also, it is significantly lighter than the other bodies. Even with a heavy lens attached, it is still comfortable to wear for hours around the neck. The second thing I liked was the high ISO abilities. I can routinely shoot at 800 to 1600 ISO and have the noise level equal that on the D610 at 400-800. These were also shots that I usually missed out on with the DX bodies. Another night thing for a transitioning photographer is the ability to adjust the recorded frame size from FX to DX. The D610 also has this feature, but the D750 adds a mid step in that I find very useful and use often with my DX 10-20 lens for landscapes. The last thing I want to touch on was the speed. This is the fastest camera I have had in recording the images to card. I shoot both RAW and high quality JPGs. This camera takes two SD cards, and allows to record RAW to one card and JPG to another, but I configured mine to use the second card as overflow instead. Even with writing both to the same class 10 card, I never have it get too slow. It does slow down due to filling the buffer, but I can sustain approximately a 3-5 FPS on continuous shooting (low). The variance depending on what I am shooting. Regardless, I have not lost a shoot on high school sports shoots due to filling the buffer the way I did on my older bodies. The Only thing I don't like is the spread of the autofocus points. As it is still supporting DX lenses, Nikon couldn't put the autofocus points out too far. The spread is greater than that of the D610, but if you like to compose with your point of focus off from center be prepared to focus then recompose.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Exactly what I've been waiting for

    Posted
    jhonny0099
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    Being a part-time working professional, I've been waiting for a decent entry to full frame (not the D600/D610) without going to the 36MP monster D810 or the outdated D700. When the D750 was announced, I knew it was time to send my D7000 to backup duty and upgrade. The 24MP sensor is imo the perfect mix of resolution that allows for more cropping while maintaining great low-light capability and manageable file sizes. At first, I thought it performed similarly to my D7000, which is great, but once you take a closer look at images shot at ISO 6400+, it's crazy how clean it is. ISO 12800 is actually usable, and at normal size, is almost indistinguishable from ISO 3200. The larger viewfinder is a definite plus, however I do wish the points were spread a bit wider. I haven't had a chase to put it through a real test yet, but the AF does seem awesome. It will pick focus in a nearly black room, even with an outer point. Still need to experiment with the AF-C and new Group Area, but seems promising. I LOVE the grip and how light the camera is without feeling cheap. It's actually lighter than my D7000. The grip is taller and much deeper, which allows me to hold a heavy 70-200 more comfortably without straining my fingers. On my D7000, I could never do that without a battery grip. The control layout is mostly familiar to the D7000, although I would like a separate ISO button and AF-ON. I don't plan on using the tilt screen much, but it seems sturdy. I am a bit disappointed in the white balance performance, although I shoot RAW so kind of a non-issue, but it's nice to get it close in camera. It seems that the AWB indoors tends towards making things very green/goldish. I have dialed in some compensation, but I hope a firmware update will fine tune this. Overall, a great mid-range full frame that provides enough capability for a pro, all in a lightweight body. I hear many wedding photogs are trading in their older D3S or D4 bodies to go with D750s instead of D4S.

    I would recommend this to a friend

What experts are saying

Rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars with 26 reviews

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