The company says the D750 has been designed to offer the advantages of full-frame tech – for instance better low light performance and a shorter depth of field – in a compact, lightweight and speedy body.
There’s an all-new 24.3MP full-frame sensor tied to Nikon’s EXPEED 4 image processing engine, and the camera offers a huge ISO range of 100-12800, expandable to 50-51200 as well as continuous shooting of up to 6.5fps and a 51-point autofocus system. It can also shoot 1080p movies at 60fps.
Nikon says the D750 will be available to buy from 23rd September in Europe, priced at around R30,000 body only (pre-order pricing for SA so far) or with a 24-85mm lens for a bit more. There’ll be another package (available at a later date, as yet TBC) with a 24-120mm lens.