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
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