Nikon D750 Review: This high-end enthusiast DSLR offers outstanding image quality and much more
posted Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 11:45 AM EDT
After spending time out in the Maine wilderness for its Shooter's Report, and then more time back at Nikon's repair shop for a fix to the widely-reported flare problem, the D750 is back and our full, in-depth Nikon D750 review is now complete. The latest enthusiast full-frame DSLR from Nikon sits in a sweet spot between the more "entry-level" FX model, the D610, and the decidedly pro-level, ultra-high-res D810, and while it shares many features from both these upper and lower models, the D750 has some unique features all its own. The end result is a rather impressive all-around performer!
In both our lab and real-world tests, the D750 produced outstanding high-quality images, and the dynamic range at lower ISOs was fantastic with nice colors. The D750 also displays excellent high ISO performance with well-controlled noise levels and great fine detail performance up to ISO 6400. Autofocus performance was equally impressive, particularly in low-light, plus the continuous burst performace of the D750 was great for this class of camera.
Altogether, the Nikon D750 is another excellent full-frame DSLR from Nikon. A long-awaited update to the venerable Nikon D700, and while it's not the sole prosumer, enthusiast full-frame like it's predecessor (Nikon users have three to choose from now!), the D750 is a solid choice for those looking for high quality stills, great performance as well as a nice advanced feature set for video recording.
Head over to our full Nikon D750 Conclusion for our list of Pros and Cons, as well as our final IR verdict. And if you've not yet seen it, be sure to check out the Nikon D750 Shooter's Report from Jeremy Gray to see this camera in action.