get into spe­cial FX

Nikon’s lat­est and great­est FX (full-frame) cam­era bod­ies are a bit spe­cial, and you really are spoilt for choice

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The most nat­u­ral and well-trod­den up­grade path leads from DX- to FX-for­mat shoot­ing. Not only does full-frame pho­tog­ra­phy give you more con­trol over depth of field, but it also en­ables you to use Nikon’s vast ar­ray of top-qual­ity lenses as na­ture (or, at least, Nikon) in­tended. With­out the 1.5x crop fac­tor of DX bod­ies, wide-an­gle lenses stay wide and stan­dard lenses don’t stray into short tele­photo ter­ri­tory. Of course, the flip side is that if you want mighty tele­photo reach you’ll need to use a com­par­a­tively big and hefty su­per-tele­photo lens. The big­ger, clearer viewfinder im­age of an FX cam­era can also be a ma­jor bonus for ac­cu­rate com­po­si­tion and man­ual fo­cus­ing.

Not only does full-frame pho­tograp hy gi ve you more con­trol over depth of field, but it also ena bles you to use Nikon’s vas t ar­ray of top-qual­ity lenses as na ture (or, at leas t, Nikon) In­tended

An out­stand­ing low-light per­former, the D750 de­liv­ers squeaky-clean im­ages with min­i­mal im­age noise, even

at very high ISO set­tings, thanks to its large pho­to­sites

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