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Nikon D750

alaTest has collected and analyzed 1696 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the price and portability. The image quality and usability are also mentioned favorably, whereas there are some mixed opinions about the memory. There are some negative reviews about the control panel and finish.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Digital Compact Cameras the Nikon D750 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 94/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : TrustedReviews (trustedreviews.com)

Nikon D750

 

Nikon's full-frame DSLRs get with the times

Excellent AF performance ; Great image quality ; Solid handling

Misses some manual control features of the D810

This kind of control layout is very much that of an enthusiast model rather than a pro one. It’s more accessible for most people, but lacks a few quick-control buttons you get with the D810 that can shoot up speeding once you really get to grips with...

Oct, 2014

Expert review by (stuff.tv)

Nikon D750 review

 

A full-frame DSLR that anyone can get on with

Superb handling ; Great performance ; Great image quality

Quite big and heavy ; No in-body stabilisation ; No 4K video

It’s big and bulky, but this is one of the most comfortable, intuitive DSLRs money can buy

Dec, 2014

Expert review by : Mike Lowe (pocket-lint.com)

Nikon D750 review: Tilt-angle tricks

 

The camera market is changing and the Nikon D750 is the epitome of that. A full-frame DSLR with a tilt-angle screen? People wouldn't have even considered that not so many years ago because the technology just wasn't nearly up to it. There's some logic...

Battery life is, highly responsive (shutter is super-reactive), decent image quality (settings specific), tilt-angle screen opens some shooting opportunities, dual SD card slots, Wi-Fi

JPEG processing a little aggressive, live view focus speed/pinpoint accuracy may make tilt-angle screen questionable, small top LCD panel, some Wi-Fi app functionality issues

There's some logic to adding a tilt-angle screen to Nikon's full-frame DSLR range, but we found it an occasional-use feature in the D750 given just how much better viewfinder-based autofocus is. It's a good first bash, even if it's not sufficient to...

Oct, 2014

Expert review by : Rik Henderson (pocket-lint.com)

Hands-on: Nikon D750 review: Nikon's first full-frame DSLR to feature a tilt-angle screen - Pocket-lint

 

It may not come as a surprise but the Nikon D810 has been a bit of a success for the camera manufacturer, both critically and amongst consumers. And when

Sep, 2014

Expert review by : Phil Hall Angela Nicholson (techradar.com)

Nikon D750 review

 

Ready to step up to a full-frame DSLR?

Excellent 24MP full-frame sensor ; Advanced 51-point AF system ; Tilt-angle screen ; Lightweight full-frame body

No AF-On button ; Shutter speed limited to 1/4000 sec ; Slow AF in live view

On the face of it, the D750 seems to offer the same sensor as the D610. In fact, its a redesigned sensor with better image quality and a higher ISO range. The D750 also offers better video features, in-built Wi-Fi and a tilting screen. It's not cheap,...

Jul, 2018

Expert Reviews Best Buy

Expert review by : Christopher Minasians (expertreviews.co.uk)

Nikon D750 review: An outstandingly good full-frame SLR camera

 

The Nikon D750 is a no-compromise full-frame SLR at a competitive price

Its stiffest competitor is the Sony A99, which is packed with features and currently costs £1,500. The D750 wins hands down for low noise, though. It's certainly not cheap, but this is the first full-frame camera that costs less than £2,000 and leaves...

Feb, 2017

Expert review by (which.co.uk)

Nikon D750 review

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Nikon's D750 is a seriously premium DSLR for professional photographers, and amateurs with money to spare. It has 24.3-megapixel full-frame sensor, a 51-point autofocus system and a 3.2-inch tilting LCD screen. Does it excel enough to earn our Best Buy...

Nov, 2014

Expert review by : Allan 'Zardon' Campbell (kitguru.net)

PNY CS2111 XLR8 480GB SSD Review

 

PNY are a company well known for their graphics cards, but today we take a look at one of their late PNY are a company well known for their graphics cards, but today we take a look at one of their latest Solid State Drives – the CS2111 XLR8. The PNY...

IOPS performance.

256GB and 128GB models have much slower write speeds (335 MB/s and 170 MB/s respectively).

Kitguru says: The Plextor M6V is a solid all round solid state drive, but unless you buy the biggest 512GB model the write performance will take a significant hit.

Nov, 2015

Expert review by : photoxels (photoxels.com)

Nikon D750 Review @ Photoxels

 

Just Posted! Nikon D750 Review Nikon ups the ante with their newest affordable full-frame DSLR, the D750. It features some of the most advanced features on its high-end full-frame DSLRs in an affor…

Live View is improved on the beautiful 3.2-in. (1229k-dot) tiltable LCD though contrast-detect AF is relatively slower than the contrast-detect AF of a top-end mirrorless and the lightning-fast phase detect AF of the D750. As much as mirrorless has...

Mar, 2015

Expert review by : Mike Joubert (techsmart.co.za)

Quick Review: Nikon D750

 

Nikon's new D750 is placing quite a few photographers in a bit of an upgrade dilemma. Let us offer some advice.

As expected awesome photo quality, High ISO remains usable, Tilt-out screen makes it awesome for videographers

Actually not a lot although price comes to mind

Feb, 2015

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