The D750 by Nikon packs a 24.3MP FX-Format CMOS sensor with a faster frame rate than any non-professional full-frame Nikon DSLR since the D700. The D750 features some cyclopedic video and still photography specification such as an improved version of the 51-point AF system and the tilting rear LCD screen. Targeted at professionals, Nikon D750 is available at premium prices in Pakistan.
Pros & Cons
Large sensor area
Shallow depth of field
Heavy and large
Relies on lenses to be used to its full potential
The Nikon D750 offers continuous shooting of up to 6.5 frames per second, 91k-Pixel RGB Sensor and Group Area AutoFocus.
Rocking the EXPEED 4 processor, the camera is fully capable of increasing ISO sensitivities that are expandable up to 51,200. Because of the 51 point AF system, every single AutoFocus point in the D750 focuses in lower light than any previous Nikon DSLRs. The AutoFocus system works in harmony with the 91k-pixel RGB metering sensor to provide an efficient autofocus with face-detection and groundbreaking subject tracking that is capable of sticking accurately to moving subjects.
Nikon D750 enjoys the stature of being the first full-framer by Nikon to house a tilting Vari-angle LCD screen, that is precisely a 3.2” 1,229k dot LCD.
Video can be captured at up to 60 frames per second in 1080p and features like flat picture control (also available for stills), zebra stripes and auto ISO in manual mode make the Nikon D750 a powerful tool for videography, as well as stills.
High-Resolution Metering Sensor
The high-resolution metering sensor on the D750 also adjusts exposure and white balance accurately. The camera also features Highlight-priority metering that can be used to expose and retain highlights as well as making the shadows remain noise-free.
Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity in this model is a plus, as it lets you transfer your photos to your smart devices instantly.