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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 515 reviews

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Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 30 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for intermediate level photographers

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    Carlosspicywiener
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    Perfect for intermediate level photographer, this camera is a big step up from my Nikon D 7000 it is wonderful in low light situations is exactly what I needed for intakes crisp and clear photos. Easy to use only drawback is the white balance is reversed and it took some getting used to.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Exactly what I've been waiting for

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    jhonny0099
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    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I've been waiting for a decent entry to full frame (not the D600/D610) without going to the 36MP monster D810 or the outdated D700.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's. 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'ven'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've 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