The ver­dict

NPhoto - - Test Team -

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.

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