The D750 at a glance
Not just for adjusting aperture, the sub-command dial works in conjunction with the AF mode button, exposure bracketing button and other functions.
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.
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.
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.