The D750 at a glance

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Sub-com­mand dial

Not just for ad­just­ing aper­ture, the sub-com­mand dial works in con­junc­tion with the AF mode but­ton, ex­po­sure brack­et­ing but­ton and other func­tions.

Con­trol but­tons

The usual front con­trol but­tons in­clude depth of field preview, an as­sign­a­ble func­tion but­ton, aut­o­fo­cus modes, ex­po­sure brack­et­ing and flash.


As with all cam­eras in this group, the hot­shoe sits to­wards the rear of the com­bined viewfinder hous­ing and pop-up flash mod­ule.

Shoot­ing and drive modes

The main shoot­ing mode dial is iden­ti­cal to that of the D7200, whereas the un­der­ly­ing drive mode dial has an ad­di­tional ‘Quiet con­tin­u­ous’ set­ting.


The usual grid pat­tern over­lay is avail­able in the D750’s high-qual­ity pen­taprism viewfinder, which gives full 100 per cent frame cov­er­age.

Tilt­ing screen

The screen is a tilt­ing af­fair, which makes high- and low-level shoot­ing eas­ier in land­scape ori­en­ta­tion, and even en­ables shoot­ing around corners in por­trait ori­en­ta­tion.

Front IR re­ceiver

The po­si­tion of the front in­frared re­ceiver for re­mote con­trol is typ­i­cal, and is the same as on the D7200 and D610 bod­ies.


The LCD on the top panel is slim­mer than those of the D7200, D610 and D810, show­ing a fairly ba­sic range of in­for­ma­tion.

Info but­ton

The Info but­ton gives a ready check of cam­era set­tings on the main screen. It’s been repo­si­tioned com­pared with the D7200, and placed above the mul­ti­s­e­lec­tor pad.

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