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Nikon - D750 DSLR Camera (Body Only) - Black-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.9 out of 5 stars with 520 reviews

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Very Good Quality DSLR

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    John
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    I shoot Canon, Fuji, Olympus, Sony, and Nikon. My favorite full frame camera is now the Sony A7Rii, since the EVF is like shooting in "live view" where you can instantly see your exposure, white balance, etc., right from the eyepiece before taking the shot. Once you go that way it's hard to come back! That said, I love the Canon 5DSR and 5diii camera bodies and especially the Canon lenses available. The Sony Sensor used in the Nikon D750 has better dynamic range than the Canon, but not by much, and frankly most people would never know the difference in a comparison test. The D750 is a nice camera for full frame shooters who have investment in Nikkor lenses. Nonetheless, the mirrorless is here to stay, and Sony is the company to watch right now...

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Semi Pro to Pro Camera

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    ZiggyZoFlint
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    This is the camera I have been waiting for years. When I decided to move up to a FX camera opposed to my Nikon D300s DX camera In which I loved everything about it, especially the camera setting. But now the D750 has taking me to another level. The low light picture capabilities at high ISO settings are amazing. This camera fits in your hand perfectly. The tilt screen is a plus for certain situations. This camera along with my Nikon lenses 50 1/8, 85 1/8 , 24-70 2/8, and 70-200 2/8 mm I have no limits of what I can do as photographer. The only thing you will really need to do is learn the settings of this camera. So save you money, its worth every dollar and penny.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    We're going to need a better photographer.

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    LJPeter
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    This is the first full-frame DSLR I have purchased, after using three different ultrazoom cameras over the years, all with a decent degree of manual capability but all with compact sensors. My concerns included price, weight and ease of everyday use, plus mastering the feature set. I am very happy to have taken a big step up, The D750 is worth the money, easy to use in ordinary situations, and not a major drag on my luggage. But there is so much the camera can do that it's clear I will need to start improving my game. Any problems with my images now are clearly the fault of the photographer, not the tool.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    OK camera, sudden price drop

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    PhotoBJ
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    Wanted something closley matching with my dead Nikon D610 body, this is the only one stood out. There are major differences between interface of D610 and D750. I am used to see changing numbers of multiple settings in small LCD on top, it is confusing in D750. Most important for me to be able to see focus points on screen and it is missing, you have to look through viewfinder which is an annoyance. Biggest grief with Best Buy is I paid $1800 on April 15 and price dropped on May 6 to $1500 with a Nikon battery grip included. This brings total price drop to $600. Best Buy would not price match because my return limit was 15 days. Very sad.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Wow!

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    Peter
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    As an owner of a Nikon D 7000 DSLR with an excellent APC sized sensor I have waited for the prices to come down on a full frame (35 mm equivalent) camera. This camera probably rates 3rd in the Nikon FX (full sized sensor) line but I have everything I need and want with this. The other 2 Nikon models rated above it are the D 810 and the D4S. The 810 is close to $1,000 USD more and the D4S is more than twice the price. At the current BB price of $1999 I also got an excellent and fast PNY 32 GB card, extra battery that also fits my D 7000 and a really good Lowepro 250 sling. Amazing deal, feels like I paid too little but who am I to complain about getting a Nikon with full USA warranty, i.e., not a gray market camera, Awesome!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A near perfect camera

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    James
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    For 90% of any photo enthusiasts situation, this camera will be superb. It has an excellent focusing / metering system that is in the same league with the top-of-the-line D4/D5, produces clean images in low light conditions, has WiFi, and still manages to be a reasonable size/weight. The only small negative that I have with this camera is that the control buttons do not follow the "pro" camera bodies such as the D4 /D800 /D500 where the ISO button and other functions are more easily accessible. However, for anyone who is moving up from the D7100 / D7200, the buttons on the D750 will be very familiar and easy to use. Think of the D750 as a full frame version/upgrade of the D7200.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    excellent full frame in a small body

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    MSTRBOOTRCRD
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    It's a FULL FRAME monster in a smaller body. Fantastic low light shooting, 51 point autofocus system from the more expensive D810, can record video at 1920x1080p 60 fps (only 10 minutes at a time, bummer). Dynamic range (color reproduction range) is great for a 24MP FX (full frame) sensor. Camera grip feels great, buttons are easy to get to. I purchased the body only along with the 50mm 1.8G lens. Since then, I've bought the 85mm 1.8G lens, battery grip, 18-35mm 3.5-4.5D lens.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome camera

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    RicH
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    For the money this is a awesome camera. Focusing is extremely fast and accurate (with 24-120 and 50mm 1.8G prime lenses), metering is spot on (it falls in very acceptable limits and with the amazing dynamic range this camera has it is always "good enough"). The most impressive part is the low light performance - I took few low light pictures at ISO 6400and there was no visible noise. The body feels really solid BUT it also feels a bit small (which can be a plus but the dials are a bit too small - like the dials on 810 better - but I think D750 is far better choice for the money). There is really nothing bad that I can say about this camera.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent pro-sumer Full frame camera

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    sirhawkeye64
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    Overall, the D750 is the sweet spot for hobbyist photographers and professionals alike. Price range is within what is attainable by the average consumer; camera is easy to use (make take a little time to learn for newbies) but definitely easy to figure out for experienced photographers coming from an entry level camera. Great Nikon quality, and image quality (both in good light and low-light) is excellent. Does pretty much the same things and provides the same quality as the more expensive D810. If you don't need 1/8000s shutter and 36MP (which only matters for printing really) then get the D750 and save the extra $1000 for better lenses.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Moving Up To Nikon FX

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    Gregors
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    I've been a life long Nikon user, and when film became hard to find I moved on to the D7100, which is a great camera in itself. Recently I've been doing a lot of live concert photograph and wanted to find something that captured more light and would give me a full frame shot. The answer to my question was the D750, the difference in light collection was amazing and having the ability to switch between my manual lenses, the D7100 DX lenses and now the FX lenses gives me ultimate flexibility when I'm shooting. The D750 is the prefect upgrade for the D7000 line of cameras

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazingly good in low light

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    Waknstak
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    I bought this camera primarily for its ability to shoot at higher ISO with little to no noise. It does that amazingly well. At 3200 and even 6400 ISO it produces nice images with very minimal noise( less than my D90 at 800 ISO )The double SD card slots are also nice. The grip is a little thinner and takes some getting used to, but really let's you grab the camera solidly. The only negative is that the manual could be a little easier to understand. Other than that this camera feels well built and takes great pictures.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Very good camera!

    Posted
    JJimeneZ
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    I am an enthusiastic photographer and after being with Nikon for a while I decided to get a full sensor body, after a lot of research and taking advantage of the current sales price, I did choose the D750. I handle the first time and noted that is not strong as I was costumed with my D7100 but I have to say that after my first trip to an event the camera worked really well. This camera has helped me to understand better the relationship between ISO, aperture, speed and white balance modes. Very good for portrait, landscape and night events. I highly recommend this product!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great camera for anyone

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    clyde57
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    I was debating whether to get the D810 or D750. I decided to get the D750 and if it didn't meet my needs I would return it and get the D810. Well, the D750 exceeds my expectations and reinforced my belief that I didn't need the higher resolution of the D810. The D750 is designed so that a novice could use it as an expensive point and shoot and yet it has features that will meet the needs of more advanced users. Although I haven't yet given it a full workout, I am sure I'm going to be very satisfied with the D750.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Worth Every Penny

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    225Bob
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    I had been using a Nikon D3200 to take real estate photos and while it was a good camera, I felt the pictures were not as good as other pro photographers were making of other agents' homes. I was using a wide angle lens (11-16mm) on the D3200 because of the crop sensor. Now with the D750 and a full sensor I use a 20mm prime lens and wow, what a difference. I am still learning to use all the features of the D750, as it has so many, I am confident my photos will only improve from great to awesome. I highly recommend the D750/

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    This is a very good camera.

    Posted
    LH1234
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    I have been using this camera for over a year and I am very happy with the results. The camera has so many features that make it a good step up for a more advanced amateur photographer. It uses the FX format instead of the DX format and consequently allows for clearer pictures if you are enlarging your photos. The manual contains a lot of information and can be a little intimidating but if you know what you want to do you can look up directions for just about any photo setup.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Really good camera

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    sm29
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    I purchased the D750 because it was similar in body style, weight and buttons to the D7100 I already had. In my opinion, they are a great compliment to each other. However, the D750 is great by itself, especially in low light situations. The image sizes are bigger on the D750 since it's FX format so be prepared for that, and if you're concerned about missing that extra reach you get from a DX camera, you can crop in more in post without loss of quality with the D750. Nikon did a great job with this camera and t's easy to see why this was chosen camera of the year.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing... Simply Amazing!

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    Brilliance79
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    I got this camera because I wanted/needed to step up to a full frame sensor. I didn't need the added megapixels of the D810 and wanted something newer than the D610. The added wifi is ok for sending a shot to be posted right away but the app is weak and annoying to connect at times. This camera is amazing in low light and when used with a great piece of glass like a 85mm 1.8 or a 24-70 2.8 you will get crispy shots all day. Having a great camera won't make you a great photographer, that takes skill but this camera will provide one of those skillful tools to get you to that point.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    An upgrade from the Nikon D7000

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    ZR2015
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    Upgraded from a Nikon D7000 (DX body). Ergonomically, other than the articulated screen, a slightly wider-yet-thinner body with a deep grip and minor button layout differences, it’s pretty much same as the D7000. Where it differs is the same mage quality and high ISO performance. I felt my lenses (all FX) are well justified now. Even though this is a 5 year old model, I feel the update is a considerable one. The images are crispier, cleaner, brighter.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    D750 is Great

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    wlm50
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    The D750 is a great choice for serious enthusiasts or pros who need a a versatile dslr that is great in low light and can produce great images in any situation. The D810 is a beast for resolution, but unless you really know what you're doing handholding that camera is for experienced photographers. D750 can handle almost situation, the focusing is fantastic and fast. Images look nice & sharp. Don't shoot much video so I can't give 1st hand experience, but the features on it make it totally worth it with great HD capability.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    D750 Body with 1.8mm G Lens

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    PatrickMcC
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    I tried quite a few DSLRs before settling on this camera. It was the most expensive of the ones I tried but it really takes excellent shots with very fast Auto focus. The battery life also seems to be very good and supposedly improved from the D610 which I also tried but missed not having the moveable screen and wifi which the D750 has. Overall I am VERY pleased with this camera although it was a little on the expensive side but as a beginner in the DSLR full frame camera market I believe it will fulfill my needs for many years.

    I would recommend this to a friend