14 September 2014

Nikon D750: Advanced DSLR With Integrated WI-FI feature

Experience with this new, improved, and convenience feature with the tilting LCD monitor and its built-in WIFI for on-the-spot sharing.

Nikon D750 is the ideal companion on journeys. It sports with impressive 24.3 MP image sensor, EXPEED 4 image-processing engine feature, ability to shoot at 1080 / 60p resolution, and High-Definition movies. Truly, this one-complete package certainly a videographer or photographer is waiting for.

It is also the first FX format DSLR to feature newly developed monocoque body for compact, durable frame, and improved grip which delivers secure handling.

In terms of energy saving feature, this DSLR gives you the shooting of 1230 shots per charge. 

High-Speed Continuous Shooting 

Nikon D750 shoots at the rate of approximately 6.5 frames per second. It builts with advanced scene recognition system too.

The camera utilizes 91k-pixel RGB sensor. It reduces back focus with its 51-point autofocus(AF) system and group-area AF mode, even in low light environment up to -3 EV.

Nikon D750 has three still image formats: FX, DX, and 1.2x.

Image courtesy Nikon

Can See in Dark

For videographers: Nikon D750 shoots at 1080p at 60, 30, and 24fps with full control to its Power aperture feature which smooth transitions when adjusting aperture on fly. Additionally, it shows zebra stripes to display video that's overexposed.
Screenshoot: Nikon Youtube

For on-the-spot sharing, Nikon D750 has the built-in WI-FI function which connect and communicate seamlessly to other media. To upload in social media sites, user will download and install Wireless Mobility Utility app for iOS and Android devices.

Price and Availability

The D750 is going on sale from September 23rd in a body-only configuration costing $2,299.99, €2,149, or £1,799.99.  A kit including Nikon’s 24-120 f/4 lens will follow up in October.

Watch Nikon D750 Product Tour

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