Nikon D750 Shooter’s Report Part II: Performance deep-dive on AF, high ISO, HDR, exposure and more
posted Thursday, November 13, 2014 at 12:48 PM EST
Photographer Jeremy Gray is back with this second and final Shooter's Report installment on the full-frame Nikon D750 DSLR. After going into detail with the handling and physical aspects of this new camera, as well as some general shooting experience notes in part I, the second part takes a more in-depth look at the critical shooting performance of the D750.
Discussing the autofocus performance, high ISO chops, auto exposure as well as burst shooting and HDR modes, Jeremy found the new 24.3-megapixel, FX-format DSLR to be an all-around impressive camera. Taking on a variety of subjects, including daytime landscapes, long exposures, nighttime starscapes and wildlife, the D750 was found to perform very well in all these scenarios. While it may not have the super-high 36-megapixel resolution of the D810 or the burst shooting performance of the D4S, the D750 provides a nice balance of critical performance features in relatively compact DSLR body and at a reasonalble price point, at least as full-frame DSLRs go.
For all the details of Jeremy Gray's experience with this popular new camera (plus some stellar gallery photos), head over to the Nikon D750 Shooter's Report Part II. And if you haven't done so already, check out Jeremy's Shooter's Report Part I for an initial hands-on impression with the physical design and general shooting experience with the camera.