Nikon D750 First Shots posted! See how the new mid-priced full frame Nikon stacks up to the competition


posted Tuesday, September 23, 2014 at 3:39 PM EST


As we mentioned in our Nikon D750 overview, the spiritual successor to the popular Nikon D700 from 2008 is basically all-new from the ground up. Sporting a similar 24.3mp sensor to the one housed in the D610 and the same processor found in the higher-end D810, this model expands the available ISO range beyond the D610's limits.

How does all this translate to the actual image quality? Let our laboratory First Shots be your starting point. From this samples page you can access both RAW and JPEG files of our Still Life test target across the ISO spectrum, as well as view the images at full resolution and gain access to the EXIF data.

In addition, these images are now available in our world-renowned Comparometer, which allows you to view side-by-side comparisons with any oher camera we've ever tested. Curious as to how the higher-ISO noise levels compare to the Nikon D610? Or how about the Pentax K3, Canon 5D Mark III or the Sony A7?

To get you started, below is the Nikon D750 alongside the Canon 5D Mark III at ISO 3200:

     Nikon D750                       ISO 3200                    Canon 5D Mark III

[default in-camera JPEG noise reduction]

Stay tuned for much more to come on the new Nikon D750.


[quick links: Nikon D750 Lab SamplesComparometer]