Nikon D610 vs Nikon D750

Key dif­fer­ences

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01 Aut­o­fo­cus­ing

The D610 uses Nikon’s en­thu­si­ast-ori­en­tated 39-point Multi-CAM 4800 aut­o­fo­cus sen­sor, but the D750 has the pro­fes­sional-level 51-point Multi-CAM 3500 FX aut­o­fo­cus sen­sor with the lat­est en­hance­ments, in­clud­ing Group Area AF. As such, it should be sig­nif­i­cantly bet­ter at han­dling fast-mov­ing sub­jects.

02 Ex­peed 3 vs Ex­peed 4

The D610 uses Nikon’s Ex­peed 3 im­age pro­ces­sor, while the D750 has the newer and more pow­er­ful Ex­peed 4 ver­sion. This does im­prove the D750’s con­tin­u­ous shoot­ing speed, but only by a small amount – the D610 can shoot at 6fps, while the D750 man­ages 6.5fps, so hardly a deal-breaker.

03 ISO range

The D750’s Ex­peed 4 pro­ces­sor does have an ef­fect on its ISO range, though: the D610 of­fers a max­i­mum non-ex­panded ISO of 6,400, while the D750 goes one stop higher to ISO 12800.

04 Movie mode

Both cam­eras can shoot full HD movies, but the max­i­mum frame rate on the D610 is 30p, while the D750 can go up to 60p, al­low­ing half-speed slow mo­tion at full HD res­o­lu­tion.

05 Wi-Fi

The D750 has Wi-Fi built in, but the D610 doesn’t – you have to use Nikon’s WU-1B Wi-Fi adap­tor, a small and in­ex­pen­sive mod­ule that you plug into the cam­era.

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