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Nikon marks its cen­ten­nial an­niver­sary in 2017: for 100 years, the brand has brought per­for­mance to the pas­sion­ate via its ever-evolv­ing line-up of en­try-level, en­thu­si­ast, and pro­fes­sional-grade cam­eras

New Zealand D-Photo - - BEST TECH -

Packed with an ar­ray of pow­er­ful fea­tures in an in­cred­i­bly com­pact frame, the Nikon D750 is the ideal com­pan­ion on any shoot­ing ex­pe­di­tion. As the small­est and light­est Nikon FX-for­mat model, it makes no com­pro­mises when it comes to per­for­mance. Boast­ing a range of fea­tures in­spired by the D4S and D810, Nikon’s D750 boasts an im­pres­sive 24.3MP full-frame sen­sor, an Ex­peed 4 im­age-pro­cess­ing en­gine, and full HD video ca­pa­bil­i­ties. In ad­di­tion, the camera is fast and re­spon­sive: it can shoot at up to 6.5fps at full res­o­lu­tion. The D750’s nim­ble de­sign em­ploys a tilt­ing LCD for ease of shoot­ing and ver­sa­til­ity, as well as built-in Wi-Fi for on-the-spot shar­ing. All in all, it’s an ex­cep­tional imag­ing sys­tem that’s well-suited to any shoot­ing sce­nario and will ben­e­fit pho­tog­ra­phers and videog­ra­phers alike. With a 20.9MP CMOS sen­sor and the Ex­peed 5 im­age-pro­cess­ing en­gine con­tained within a sleek pro­file and mono­coque con­struc­tion, the Nikon D7500 is de­signed to be ag­ile. The camera is de­signed for pho­toand videog­ra­phers alike, with a con­tin­u­ous shoot­ing rate of 8fps, a na­tive sen­si­tiv­ity range of up to ISO 51,200 that can be ex­panded up to a mas­sive 1,640,000, as well as 4K UHD video and time-lapse record­ing ca­pa­bil­i­ties. The camera cham­pi­ons a Multi-Cam aut­o­fo­cus sys­tem for fast per­for­mance and ac­cu­rate sub­ject track­ing ca­pa­bil­i­ties. The D7500 pro­vides the op­tion to use nine, 21, or all 51 dis­tinct fo­cus points for pre­cise ac­cu­racy, while 15 cross-type points are also in­te­grated within this ar­ray to cap­ture cen­trally lo­cated sub­jects in bril­liant de­tail. Com­ple­ment­ing the im­age ca­pa­bil­i­ties, a bright pen­taprism op­ti­cal viewfinder of­fers 100-per­cent frame cov­er­age and 0.94x mag­ni­fi­ca­tion for clear, re­al­is­tic view­ing in any light­ing con­di­tion, while a tilt­ing 3.2-inch 922K-dot touch­screen makes for in­tu­itive live view shoot­ing and play­back con­trol. Plus, for im­age shar­ing on the go, the de­vice sup­ports Blue­tooth, Wi-Fi, and Nikon Snapbridge.

Find out more at nikon.co.nz.

Sen­sor..................................................... Full-frame Res­o­lu­tion................................................. 24.3MP ISO.................... 100–12,800 (50–51,200 exp.) Shut­ter...................................................... 1/4000s Burst shoot­ing............................................. 6.6fps Aut­o­fo­cus......... Ad­vanced Multi-Cam 3500 II Lens mount............................................................ F

NIKON D750

Full-frame free­dom

NIKON D7500 Sen­sor.......................................................... APS-C Res­o­lu­tion................................................ 20.9MP ISO............ 100–51,200 (50–1,640,000 exp.) Shut­ter...................................................... 1/8000s Burst shoot­ing................................................. 8fps Aut­o­fo­cus......... Ad­vanced Multi-Cam 3500 II Lens mount............................................................ F

Low-light mar­vel

Pair it with:

TAMRON

18– 400MM F/ 3.5– 6.3 DI II VC HLD Span­ning an im­pres­sive wide an­gle– to–su­per tele­photo range, the Tamron 18–400mm is en­dorsed as the world’s first 22.2x ul­tra-tele­photo all-in-one zoom. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit tamron.co.nz.

Pair it with:

TAMRON

24–70MM F/2.8 DI VC USD G2 This high-speed stan­dard zoom lens max­i­mizes the po­ten­tial of the lat­est high-pixel-den­sity cam­eras.

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