Nearly Perfect Serious Amatuer DSLR
I've had a bunch of Nikon cameras over the years, currently the D4s, D810, D750 and the D3400 or maybe it's the D3300. Whatever. Recently I've had the DF, D800 and D3. This is far and away the best option for a serious amateur. It'd be a great back-up camera for a pro or the main camera for someone starting out as a professional. I think the value for money compared to the other cameras n the Nikon range is excellent. It's full frame so has all the advantages that entails, like a BIG VIEWFINDER, the value of which is usually grossly undere...stimated. You get the excellent ISO performance of a full-frame. There is always a battle in DSLRs between portability and image quality and to my mind this one hits the sweet spot. Unless you've got quite small hands you'll find the bigger body also gives you better ergonomics than the DX cameras. Other good points: twin CF card slots (like a pro camera) excellent battery performance and the tilting back screen. Bad points: Hardly any that I can think of. I would love a bunch more focusing points over a bigger portion of the frame but it's what you expect at it's price point and frankly I have the same beef with the D4s and the D810. Cool party trick: you can underexpose a NEF shot by around 5 stops and still pull a workable image out of it. 5 stops! Epic! Your Nikon DSLR competition to this camera is weak. The D810 or D850 have WAY more pixels than almost anyone needs which means you're stuck with annoyingly large files. They're also much heavier. The DF is stylish but has terrible ergonics. The D610 isn't as good a value proposition. The real question is whether you'd go with the D750 or a Z6 when they're available.
The perfect Full Frame camera for all situations.
It's small and light enough to take travelling with you, but it packs a mighty punch. This Full Frame DSLR from Nikon is considered a semi professional camera, but rest assured it can handle all the heavy lifting that's required on a professional shoot. Great for portraits, events, sports and real estate, it's 24 mp sensor delivers crisp true to life images and is a great all rounder to have of you're serious about photography.
Fantastic bang for buck in the FX market. Great all rounder!
I love this camera. I got into the world of Nikon via the D90 and then the D7100. After much thinking I landed on the D750 for my next upgrade to Full Frame. I haven't looked back. It's such a great all rounder with features that are super handy to both the professional and prosumer. The built in WiFi makes sharing on social networks via your phone a dream and the tilty screen is actually more nifty than I thought. I take a lot of landscape shots so it's handy getting it up high or below and using the screen to preview the shot.
Would highly, highly recommend.
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One of best camera around
I upgraded from D7000 to D750 there is too many differences in quality.
First D750 is very fast, low light champion for focussing and high iso picture quality.
video quality is awesome, if you have budget and ready to carry little more weight as FX lenses are heavy and thinking of cropped sensor or full frame, i will say go for full frame.
Best camera I have owned and I have had a few!
Having started with a Brownie Box (yes I am that old :) ) I have recently upgraded to a D750 from a D7100and now realise that I should have made the move ages ago. Whilst I suspect that like many, I will never use all the features available as I mainly do landscapes and night time photos, the array of settings is huge which allows plenty of experimentation in my photos. Can only recommend that if your budget allows for it, spend the extra and get a camera that will do everything you require in photography.
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