The D750 is a great camera. Its Matrix metering system delivers correct exposure in a wide range of situations, and it produces images that have natural yet vibrant colours. It may not offer the class-leading detail resolution of the D810, but it is more than a match for the D610 in this respect. The D750 captures an impressive level of sharp detail and noise is controlled well.
One of the D750’s biggest selling points is its 51 AF points system, which has 15 cross-type points with 11 that operate down to f/8. There’s also an array of AF modes and customisation options to tailor the system to the photographer and the subject. It takes some getting to know, but it affords professional-level control.
Although it’s great, the D750 isn’t perfect. It’s a shame that Nikon hasn’t taken the opportunity to combine the functions of the ‘i’ and Info buttons, and that the Special Effects and HDR modes are JPEG-only, so photographers who prefer to shoot in RAW are likely to ignore them.