With the D750, Nikon has introduced distortion within a year the third camera with full frame sensor. The new offers a 24-Megapixel sensor, light, compact, and with built-in Wi-Fi module on the amount of time. As the first full format camera from Nikon, it enables wireless image transmission and remote control using Smartphone without optional hardware. Another novelty is the adjustable monitor, which was known only by some Nikon models with APS-C sensor.
Housing & Facilities
The newly developed housing of the D750 consists of a plastic-magnesium-mix in monocoque-construction. Rear and top are made of magnesium, while the front is made up of carbon fiber reinforced plastic.Image sensor and motherboard are installed according to the manufacturer in a level, reaching only 70 percent of the existing dimensions of the size of the Board.
For one, this creates room, which is used for an additional motor at the D750 in housing; This allows the infinitely variable adjustment of the aperture in video mode. On the other hand, you are so installed that the depth of the housing could be reduced significantly in the overall four engines. Only drawback: the battery grip for the D610 no longer fits on the D750; you need the new MB-D16.
While the depth of the housing has been reduced, the handle was slightly extended forward. This creates more handle depth. Also, the cover of the memory card door, right on the camera, is covered with a non-slip rubber coating. In a word: The new Nikon DSLR is optimally in hand.
The camera is protected against dust and moisture, and has a built-in fold-out Flash that can also serve as a master within a wireless flash group. Also positive: According to manufacturer shots per battery charge are possible up to 1230 when the flash fires every second time. In itself the D750 uses the same battery (EN-EL15) such as the Nikon D7100 (Test), the Nikon D610 (Test) and the Nikon D810 (Test).
Viewfinder & Monitor
The Pentaprismensucher of the Nikon D750 offers 100% frame coverage and an effective magnification of 0,7fach. The eyepiece was adapted to the slimmer body, a new dial and mirror compensation should provide for better visibility.
An OLED element is responsible for the unhidden intakes below the image box, that is light and has low power. In addition to the KB format (36 x 24 mm, 24 MP) are the APS-C format (24 x 15 mm, 10 MP, 1.5 crop factor) and an intermediate format (30 x 20 mm, 16.7 MP, 1.2 crop factor) available. The smaller screen formats are indicated by a line frame within the KB picture box. So you can track actions outside of the active picture box for sports shooting in the APS-C format.
As the first full format camera at all, the D750 offers an adjustable monitor. This can be due to 3-axis suspension 90 degrees upwards and around 75 degrees down reverse. The 3.2 inch monitor resolution remained the same compared to the Latitude D610, however here is an RGBW monitor with additional white pixels (307 200 RGBW pixels).
Live & Contrast AF
The AF module multi-cam 3500 known by the D810 is found among the D750 in version II with increased light sensitivity. However, the number and location of measuring points remain unchanged: 51 points, of which 15 cross-type sensors are tightly grouped around the central area of the picture box. The setting and configuration options are plentiful: Single AF (AF-S) and continuous auto focus (AF-C), supplemented by AF-A with automatic switching between AF-S and AF-C (predictive focus tracking, which automatically responds to movements of the subject).
In addition to dynamic measurement field assignment and single-point AF, af field group proves to gladly used option: here, a cluster of five points above the image box can be moved. Especially in connection with moving subjects and long telephoto lenses taking less risk that the focus jumps uncontrollably on the background. A focus indicator in the viewfinder (light balance principle) in live view helps with manual focusing a monitor Magnifier.
The measured values for the release delay including AF time are with 0.3 / 0.57 s at 300 Lux only average. Furthermore, the system is pretty accurately. Only the contrast AF in live view is, as with most SLRs, pretty lame (1.11 s). Pumping effects in continuous AF mode when the films were hardly observed.
Exposure & Video
To the exposure metering, the camera uses a RGB sensor with 91 000 pixels; 3D color matrix metering, Center-weighted metering (75% weighting on a central circle field can be set to 8, 12, 15 or 20 mm) and spot metering are available. The latter covers a circular field of 4 mm diameter in the middle of the selected focus measurement field (approximately 1.5% of the image field). In addition to the normal spot metering, there’s a second version, called “lights” weighted by Nikon.One targeted light subject areas with this measuring method, they are illuminated scarce as with the normal spot metering to prevent a seizure of parts of the image.
In contrast to the D810 offers the D750 “only” 1/4000 s as the shortest shutter speed. On the locking mode dial, top left on the body, adjust the available exposure modes, standards (auto, P, S, A, M), scene modes (16 scenes) and effects (7) up to two Anwenderprogrammen4(U 1/2) with individual configurability. Exposure bracketing allows the camera overlooking brightness, Flash, white balance, and ADL (= active D-lighting contrast optimization).
Also HDR is adjustable in four intensity levels and car variant on board.The series picture speed of camera with around 6 JPEGs / s and 41 images in series is gratifyingly high. A maximum video resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels (full HD) with 50/60 frames/s is available in video mode.
It is unusual in that one also can choose between two image field size – FX and DX – to customize the image effect to different motives. Also the ISO Auto at the movies proves to be handy. It allows to film, even if the lighting conditions on the set constantly change with a fixed time / aperture combination. Overexposure can be displayed during filming (but not for the still image) using hatch (“Zebra”). Professional filmmakers will also appreciate the possibility to transmit uncompressed video data with 1080/60 p via HDMI cable to an external recorder.
Operation & Wifi Capabilities
It has two rotating wheels in direct access aperture and exposure time.The upper LC-display (illuminated) shows the most important settings, in addition to shutter and Aperture also the ISO number and the selected Belichtungsmessmodus to. More informed the TFT monitor on the back after you pressed the Info button. Function fields let there not directly selected, there are front and rear on the casing direct access keys, open the corresponding submenu settings.
After a short acclimatization, the camera can be operated intuitively. Like in the old days, one finds a fade-out button (PV) on the bayonet, to assess the depth of field at different working apertures in the SLR viewfinder.Who wants to use this option, the Preview button a function assigned to another.
The fn key is also freely available. With the LV button to change into live view mode, either for still image or video. Pressing the i button, then as a slide bar appears at the right edge of the screen, with different function fields depending on the chosen operation mode (still image / video).After selecting a function field, you reach using OK button in the submenu to change settings. Also the spot white balance at Livecamera view is very convenient: you can directly measure a reference surface in the live image and that vote the white balance.
Wireless communication Smartphone or Tablet PC is an easy exercise – thanks to built-in Wi-Fi module at least since Nikon has updated the app ‘wireless mobile utility”for the D750. Now, the app allows triggering the camera and putting an AF point in the live image on your Smartphone.Also a self timer can be activated. You can change recording settings but only directly on the camera.
The resolution limit of the D750 with LP/bra at ISO 100 falls LP/bra over 1800 up to ISO 6400 only to around 200. The dead leaves high contrast values go up to ISO 3200 on a high level between 1193 and 917 LP/bra and sink only then more clearly. Particularly pleasing: the high dead-leaves low-contrast values up to ISO 3200 (1184-750 LP/BRA) as evidence of the good fine detail of the camera with very low tendency to artifacts (up 11.2 percent at ISO 1600).
The edge enhancement is slightly stronger than the sister model D610, but what brings a tad bit more bite in the detail drawing. Noise is visible from ISO 1600, remains up to ISO 3200 but under UN 2.0 and up to ISO 12 800 bearable. The dynamic is not extremely high with 8 to 9 aperture up to 12 800 ISO, but very consistent. Conclusion: The D750 is in image quality is difficult to beat.
The D750 is far more than a duty for Nikon to fill the price gap between the Latitude D610 and D810. The newly designed housing brings noticeable improvements in ergonomics and feel that are already at Nikon at a high level. With built-in Wi-Fi, the camera on the amount of time presents itself, the swivel monitor is a novelty in the SLR cameras with full frame sensor, and image quality is excellent.
Price: currently the D750 costs something over 2100 euros, so the Latitude D610 (however slightly softer tuned) represents an attractive alternative with hardly any lower image quality for about 1600 euros. For the additional cost of D750 you but get a real value.
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