• FX format
  • 24.3 mega-
  • 100-
  • EXPEED 4
  • 51 AF points
  • Group-area AF
  • 6.5 fps
  • 60p Full HD
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Tilting LCD monitor

UNCHAINED — You’re now free from all the restrictions

The Nikon D750 FX-format D-SLR has been designed to liberate photographers from previous limitations while giving them more freedom of photographic expression thanks to a variety of factors. For example, because of the high ISO performance and the autofocus capability in low-light situations, hand-held shooting is made possible even in the dark. The compact, lightweight and slim body with a deep grip widens the field of usage. And the tilting LCD monitor further expands the freedom of shooting angles.

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The fusion of sumptuous imaging quality only possible using FX format with 24.3 megapixels and outstanding agility that expands the shooting possibilities.

Full-scale specifications comparable to those of high-end Nikon FX-format models:

  • High-density, 51-point AF system employing a newly developed AF sensor module ensures smooth AF even in low-light situations at -3 EV.
  • Metering and exposure control system equivalent to the D4S and D810 utilizing a 91K-pixel RGB sensor that enables the Advanced Scene Recognition System as well as highlight-weighted metering.
  • High-speed, high-precision sequential control employing four motors achieves continuous shooting at up to 6.5 fps and power aperture control during movie recording.

Newly developed image sensor and EXPEED 4 achieve superior high-ISO performance that surpasses even that of the D810.

Greater agility to broaden the field of potential thanks to the compact, lightweight and slim body that provides excellent durability and features a deep grip, all realized by zero-base design of the internal layout and the adoption of a monocoque structure using a new carbon fiber composite material and magnesium alloy.

Features to expand the freedom of creativity employed on an FX-format camera for the first time: tilting LCD monitor that offers more flexible shooting angles, built-in Wi-Fi that enables image transfer and remote shooting with a smart device, and the Special Effects mode that is provided with recent Nikon DX-format models.

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