It’s important to remember that the pixel density in D750 is much lower, and in this case it’s better to lose a bit of detail than get a higher risk of moiré in the photos.
D750 vs D810
D750 has fabulous dynamic range and IQ.
And here some might argue that Nikon D810 is a better option than D750. While I agree that it’s better in many ways, it’s also a lot more expensive (and definitely not recommended for complete beginners).
24-120 mm lens is a decent one for beginners (kit lens)
70-300 mm is a telephoto lens on a budget (under $200)
These lenses sure are worth considering.
(And f you have any further questions, feel free to ask in the comments!)
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is the Nikon d750 a professional camera?
Yes, this full-frame DSLR falls into the pro series category. A lot of professional photographers use D750 and absolutely love it.
Q: Is Nikon d750 good in low light?
Yes. As you’ve seen from the image earlier, the low light performance is actually one of its great strengths.
Q: Nikon D750 vs Z6?
A lot of people asked me lately whether they should go for Z6 instead of D750.
Truth is, these cameras have a lot of similarities in terms of battery life, ISO performance, dynamic range and color depth.
If you absolutely need great video capabilities (4K, slow mo, focus peaking etc), then choose Z6. But if your main photography style involves shooting sports or birds with long lenses, then choose D750.
These days, a lot of photographers (especially those that are into videos) consider 4k shooting a golden feature in cameras. It’s true it gives you a lot of edge when it comes to quality, but there’s always that trade off between quality and file size.
I’ll be honest with you…
Not all photographers appreciate 4k shooting. And others don’t even find it necessary. It’s just like a bonus feature, but without it, your gear’s video shooting capabilities will still be fine. This is true for the D750. Despite not having the 4k video shooting, you can still record at full HD with 1080p resolution at 60 fps.
Q: Should I upgrade from D750 to D850?
Upgrading your gear is a matter of personal choice. If you are not satisfied with the way your DSLR works anymore, then by all means start looking for something that will meet your needs. But if you’re in it just for the sake of buying a newer model and nothing more, then I suggest you think about it a couple times more before actually buying one.
Now, is there really a need to upgrade to a D850 so badly?
Let’s face it:
D850 is a real step-up from D750. Aside from boasting a 46MP resolution, it’s also able to shoot 4k videos which D750 unfortunately can’t do. Plus, the newer model sports a better processor (EXPEED 5) which is significantly faster than EXPEED 4 in a D750.
Really, there are a lot of features to look forward in the newer model. But, the D750 is still a good choice and you’ll be saving a good sum of money by sticking to it. It’s not so bad to have an older model that’s still performing really well.
Q: Is this camera good for wildlife photography?
Wildlife photography requires accurate AF system and fast burst rate, features that you can find in this camera. Just with these two alone, it makes it a great contender for the best gear to bring into the wild.
The photo resolution is really impressive and you will have no problem blowing up the image and still get good quality crops (thanks to the full-frame sensor). Tones and colors are also outstanding even when shooting in jpeg format.
Indeed, D750 in itself is already a good choice for wildlife photography. Just pair it with a good telephoto lens and you’re good to go.
Q: Does Nikon D750 have face recognition?
It’s not a secret that this camera have superb AF system and it follows that it has great focusing abilities too. In fact, it comes with face recognition technology that is very helpful when shooting. Even if there are objects closer to the camera than your subject’s face, the AF system automatically detects it and locks focus on the face.
It gets better:
This even works in continuous shots. That’s one of the reasons why it’s perfect for capturing moving people like children running around, or those having fun at a party. You can rely on it’s AF system to keep track of your subject’s eyes no matter the movement.
Nikon D750: Best Value Full Frame Camera!
I will say this:
Today, this Nikon D750 offers a great compromise between quality and price on the full-frame DSLR market.
Let me mention the reasons why it’s worth considering:
amazing image quality,
good autofocus system,
amazing dynamic range,
excellent low-light performance
And overall it’s a sweet camera to work with.
Many photographers will agree with me here.
(And how many times have I mentioned already that it’s under $1500 price tag? Lol.)
This beauty will work for advanced enthusiasts who decided to upgrade to a full-frame sensor camera, as well as commercial photographers who make a living with photography.
Based on what we covered in this review today, it becomes obvious that Nikon D750 is worth buying in 2021.
All in all:
It’s one of the best full-frame (FX) DSLRs you can get for your buck.
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