Nikon D750 added to Nikon Full Frame line-up.

Nikon have announced their third Full Frame (FX) format camera in 2014 - the D750.

Fitting in the range between the D610 and D810 the D750 offers something from each and for many photographers may well be the perfect model.

The D700 was a classic Nikon model offering pro-level AF and exceptional low light performance - the D750 looks to offer this same combination brought up to date.

The 51 point AF system is inherited from the D810/D4 and offers the all-important group AF mode so promises truly pro-level AF performance and the 91,000 pixel RGB metering sensor is a big step up from the D610's 2016 pixels.

The 24MP sensor combined with Expeed 4 image processing again promises exceptional levels of detail and clarity without the huge file sizes produced by the D800 series.

Nikon have built the D750 to offer a superior frame rate to both the D610 and D810 - 6.5fps - for many this will be sufficient for their needs and makes the D750 a true all-rounder.

The AF system offers a detection range down to -3 EV and with an ISO range extendable to 51200 the D750 should be fantastic in low-light situations.

The D750 is unique among Nikon FX SLRs in offering a 3.2" 1229k-dot tillable LCD - great for low angle shots and video use.

Talking of video, the D750 offers Full HD 1080p movies at 50/60p and powered aperture control. Clean HDMI out and Zebra mode all add value to the D750 for video use.

Built in Wi-Fi is another extremely useful addition allowing remote control from a smartphone as well as easy image transfer.

Top shutter speed is 1/4000 and the D750 does not offer the split-screen display zoom feature introduced with the D810.

The D750 also allows use of the OK button to provide a magnified view on playback - a single press can zoom in to 100% on the focus point selected enabling you to quickly check images for sharpness.

So, to conclude, if you are looking to trade up from your D700 or simply looking for a fast and responsive FX format camera, the D750 could well be the answer.

The Nikon D750 will be available from Park Cameras from late September 2014. Pre-order and you’ll receive one of the first cameras available in the UK! In addition to this, we are able to offer some exceptional part-exchange offers against this model. Call us on 01444 23 70 70, visit one of our stores, or e-mail sales@parkcameras.com where we would be happy to discuss the options.

If you've got a question about the Nikon D750, why not post a comment in the box below and we’ll do our best to answer them for you.

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