Nikon has launched a new hybrid camera D750. Over the last few years top DSLRs have gotten so good that they’re not just for photographers; they’re used by filmmakers and producers to shoot high-quality video, too like the one used in movie Jai Ho. The Nikon’s D750, though, is the first pro-DSLR to come with a tilting screen, a significant ergonomic improvement.
According to Nikon reps, the interior components of D750 had to be completely reworked and redesigned to add a tilting, 3.2-inch, 1.2 million-dot LCD. The LCD only tilts about 90 degrees up, and it doesn’t flip out at all. Still it’s a huge improvement over a fixed LCD, and it will make shooting video much easier.
The D750 has a 24-megapixel FX format CMOS sensor, an Expeed 4 image processor (the same one seen in the much pricier D810), a more light-sensitive 51-point autofocus system, and an ISO range that stretches from 100 to 12,800. It weighs around 750g, it’s significantly lighter than both the D4S and D810, and even bests Nikon’s D610 and Canon’s full-frame EOS 6D
It uses a 51-point autofocus system that’s near identical to the higher-end cameras, so you get 15 cross-type AF sensors, 11 of which work up to f/8. The D750 supports burst shooting at 6.5 frames per second in full resolution, which may come as a slight disappointment for those hoping to use it for sports or fast action.
The camera offers full 1080p HD video recording at 60 fps format. The company says that users will find a plethora of software features to play with the quality of the video. In addition to the 24/25/30 frame rates that are almost universally available.
The D750’s greatest strength is its low-light performance. Its ISO range extends from 100 to 12,800 (plus Nikon’s Hi2 mode offers an equivalent of ISO 51,200), and this thing can practically see in the dark and focus at -3EV. That’s a first for any Nikon DSLR. It’s better than what the D810 can manage; even the D4S is only capable of focusing as low as -2EV.
The D750 comes with Wireless Mobile utility app that allows users to transfer images across smart devices. In addition, the camera also supports Eye-Fi card for image transfer. It sports double memory card slots for overflow recording and backup recording — allowing you to record to them simultaneously. It also supports Nikon Creative Lighting System, which offers a range of flash and lighting options for compatible flash units.
The Nikon D750 will go on sale starting by the end of this month, and will be sold for Rs 1,34,450. The D750 + the AF-S NIKKOR 20mm f/1.8G ED lens lens will be available starting November.
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