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Rating 4.9 out of 5 stars with 520 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great machine

    Posted
    Joel
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    We upgraded from a D3300. The D750 is Nikon's full frame camera in between the D610 and D810. At $1900 (plus lenses if you dont already own) this is a strong value for an aspiring pro, a knowledgeable and well-off enthusiast, or perhaps a backup or more portable model for a pro who already has an 810 or D4S. More autofocus points than the D610 and can switch aperture while shooting video. It makes little sense to buy this camera if you dont know what you are doing or at plan to learn, or if you dont already own or plan to invest in quality FX lenses. But if you have the $ and passion, I dont see much sense in investing in a 7200 new when the 610 and this 750 are just a bit more. Full frame does make a difference. The 1.8G FX primes are a great value, we use the 85 and 50 for my wife's family / portrait gigs, have our eye on a 24, and one day the 2.8 zooms. Be sure to calibrate your monitors and perhaps use a colorcard if you shoot raw.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    LOVE this camera!

    Posted
    KoASiren
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    When I first started out with photography, I had a D3000. I later upgraded to D7100 when I sold the D3000. As I got more into wedding photography, I realized a second body would be fantastic (rather than constantly switching lenses and maybe missing a great shot). I was back and forth between the D500 and D750. Finally, I decided on the D750 because of the full frame. It is much faster than I expected it would be. (I'd like to invest in an SD card with faster processing). It's lightweight and the controls are very similar to the DX bodies, so if you're worried about relearning settings, you'll be fine. The tilt screen is PERFECT for shorter photographers who want more of an above look to the images. Also, great for taller photogs who want low to the ground shots (those are easier for me since I'm closer to the ground anyways, haha). I use this camera with Tamron's 70-200 f2.8 lens and a Nikon 35mm prime lens. I love the images I can make with this set.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic Camera for Photos and Video

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    Russell
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    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.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Camera

    Posted
    Jason
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    This is the perfect camera for someone looking to cross over from amateur to intermediate, and eventually professional (with the right lenses and experience). I opted to buy the body only and pick up a 50mm fixed and a 70-300 zoom. I Was blown away by the stunning pictures, I can only imagine the possibilities when I get a telephoto lens. I love the LCD display and adjustments. Just an all around perfect camera at a great price for the quality. If you are buying a camera to point and shoot, or just use auto focus with the kit lens this isn't the camera for you. You can pick up a crop sensor digital for half the price. But if you are able to get different lenses and get creative with the aperture, ISO, shutter speeds, and many other great features, this is your camera. There are a lot of great books and apps out there that will help with getting the most out of it too.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    excellent camera!

    Posted
    bakedtator
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    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. :)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent all around camera

    Posted
    JLandau
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    I recently upgraded from my D7100 and I'm loving every second of it. I was never totally happy with the crop-sensor, but never wanted to spend the money on a full-frame. Finally I decided to sell the 7100 and upgrade. The low light performance is amazing. I occasionally shoot weddings and in dim light situations this camera performs like a champ. I also love the WiFi capability. On recent vacations I've been able to take pictures and connect them to my phone for quick upload/posting. I almost went cheap and purchased a D700, but I'm glad I used that money towards a newer technology full-frame. Add a prime lens like a 35/85mm and you can create some extremely crisp images. Looking forward to also using the HD video capabilities.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent for obscessed enthusiasts

    Posted
    Bill
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    My huge jump to full frame from point and shoot. Could not be happier. I noticed 3 weeks after purchase from Danbury, CT it was on sale $300.00 cheaper and they credited me the difference with a smile, they have my business. Purchased a 50 mm f1.8 prime lens. Portraits are clean,crisp professional. Shooting low light using 10,000 ISO all the time in low light, no graining, shooting everyday, found best Auto Focus being set to AF-S to be fastest and crisp shots of family or social functions. Nikon support is outstanding too. I can upload pics I'm not happy with and they shoot back answers and suggestions. The camera is the most comfortable fit for me. Light for a pro set up. 2 card writer huge plus. Video is outstanding too. Well done Nikon. Just bought a 70-200mm 2.8 f VRii lens with this lens the photos are just beautiful.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great full frame DSLR camera.

    Posted
    Don79
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    I decided to get a full frame digital camera, and I wanted one with excellent low light, low noise performance. After reading reviews and discussing options with a very knowledgeable Best Buy employee, I chose the Nikon D750. Frankly I never thought I'd go back to a "big" DSLR camera - I have been using the Micro 4/3 format and compact cameras - but I am happy with my choice. The D750 has many settings and options, but it only took me a couple of days to get familiar with the ones I will normally work with. The low light/low noise performance is everything I expected, and the camera is easy to hold and use, in spite of its relatively large size. I am very impressed with the Nikon lenses available for use with this camera. Overall, I am happy with my choice, and I look forward to years of satisfying use of this great full frame DSLR camera.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    If you can afford it, buy it.

    Posted
    Golf
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    I have had Nikon 8008, 50, 7001, and now the 750. The flexibility of adjustment for this camera at this price is mind-boggling. The articulating screen is immensely helpful when taking difficult shots from different angles. I like how all the adjustment locations are very similar to the other Nikon cameras of this type. The pictures that I’m getting now with my 70- 200 2.8F lens are amazing. I am extremely satisfied. The purchase price is what made me use Best Buy.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A huge upgrade

    Posted
    Mark744
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    I was so impressed with this camera that I moved to Nikon after being a canon guy for over ten years. The reason I made the change is that the dynamic range of canons new 6d mark ii, which is their $2,000 entry level full frame, was unsalvagable. The dark areas at any ISO were too granular for use. The video quality was poor. I compared the 750 on dynamic range, low light, and video and the 750 is WAY better on all three. It was a lot of work to change over from canon to Nikon, but if what you want is good pictures and not gadgets this is a great camera at a reasonable price. I also noticed reading many 750 reviews that a lot of the 750 owners seemed to have a sort of affection for their 750s. Haven't really seen that consistently on other cameras. Now I feel that way...

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellence

    Posted
    Echoes2012
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    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!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best full frame Dslr

    Posted
    Sacdm
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    I've had several cameras over the years and so far this camera is my favorite hands down. My lenses are all Nikon so the camera's I've used have been all Nikons so I can't comment on other brands. If you are a enthusiast or even a professional this is an excellent camera. Using cropped sensor cameras before this one l can say definitely there's a difference in sensor size. If you're curious about the spec's and the tech there are several reviews floating on the web and I recommend reading some to get a feel for the camera. All I will say is you won't be disappointed getting this camera.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Nikon's best camera for most amateur photographers

    Posted
    Nikonfan
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    Having owned Nikon d3,and d7000 I have noticed a significant improvement in low light performance,the autofocus is great. The camera finds the face and focuses on it. I enjoy taking pictures again,it is so much lighter and smaller than the d3,and does everything better except for the continuos shooting is only 6.5 fps,good enough for most of my needs as I don't shoot sports much anymore. For sports the d4s is the best,and for landscapes and large prints or fine art the d810 is the best.all others will love the d750 as a do. The d7000 was a very good camera,but the d750 is so much better in low light,and the full frame sensor has so much better bokeh that I will never want to go back to a dx sensor camera.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic Camera, Sometimes Better Than My D810!

    Posted
    Photoman
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    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.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent camera!

    Posted
    Heather
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    I love my new D750! I am finally making the jump to full frame after using a Nikon D5500 for the past two years and a Nikon CoolPix P520 before that.. The low light performance is on a whole new level from any other camera I have used in the past. You will definitely want to get at least one FX lens before buying this camera. DX (crop sensor) lenses will work on it, but you get limited functionality with those. I am currently using a Tamron 70-200mm 2.8 lens with this camera, and I absolutely LOVE the combination! I used the D750 and the aforementioned Tamron lens to take a concert photo at 10000 ISO, and it was still a very clear, crisp shot considering the room was almost complete dark at the time. Can't beat that! I would definitely recommend this camera.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Full frame majesty

    Posted
    Alex
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    Nikon continues to impress with the D750. After moving up from a D3200 I am already extremely impressed with this camera. It's a little heavier than the D3200 (as to be expected) but significantly lighter than the D810. If you don't absolutely need those extra megapixels, it's hard to disagree with the D750. For a hobbiest that doesn't want to break the bank or break your back carrying your camera, it's hard to beat this one. I compared this with the Sony A7rii and the D810, and this was the winner for me. I didn't quite like the colors or the EVF of the A7rii, and the D810 was just impractically heavy for a non-pro. If you're currently rocking a DX nikon camera and looking to step up to full frame, look no further.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely incredible camera for professionals

    Posted
    MicahProffer
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    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.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Nikon FX upgrade

    Posted
    Darkroom2Lightroom
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    Nikon shooter for 14+ years. Upgraded from a D600 for the following reasons: 1. Better AF - better coverage AND better AF-C 2. Better size - I much prefer the smaller/slimmer body and great grip The AF was spot-on with my fastest lenses (f/1.4) - no AF fine tune needed! A first & portends well for the QC that went into the camera! Great build quality too. I don't care for the swivel LCD, it's another point of failure. Other than that, what's with EFFECTS on the dial, smack between M and U2? I should be able to switch from M to U modes without the silly EFFECTS setting (in fact it does not belong on the camera) - if Nikon must pander people who have more money than photographic talent, create a silver 'premium' version for them. Leave the Df target segment with a cleaner layout. GREAT camera overall.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Nikon quality has gone down over the years

    Posted
    ExNikonuser
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    This is the second D750 I have had. I use this camera professionally. The reason for my purchase was because the 1st one began overheating and not focusing properly. I only purchased this camera again because I already have a stack of Nikon lenses and had jobs coming up so it was not a good time to switch. I did send in the broken camera to Nikon but that was a waste of time. Basically if you buy this camera know once it breaks it will be cheaper to buy new versus fix and they are not made to last long term.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good camera for low light but has issue with dust

    Posted
    vident
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    Much to my dismay I discovered that the brand new camera with a 28-300mm lens attached to right after purchase had stubborn dust spots that would not go away with the inbuilt sensor clean. I tried the blower bulb and that could not remove them either. I know that dust spots are something one has to deal with, but for brand new camera out of the factory I expected better quality. I returned it to best buy and ordered again hoping that it was my bad luck. Otherwise the camera takes excellent low light pictures even good upto ISO 12800 with no noticeable noise. I did not try higher ISO. The 28-300 lens is also very sharp. It has a lot of distortion that goes away once you set the auto distortion on the camera. This is a good travel combination and I do not need to carry more lenses.

    I would recommend this to a friend