Nikon Presents the D750 DSLR Camera
The six-year wait for a suitable D700 successor is finally over, as Nikon took to the web to reveal
The six-year wait for a suitable D700 successor is finally over, as Nikon took to the web to reveal its new D750 camera – the first full-frame DSLR from the brand to feature a tilting “Vari-angle” display and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity. In delivering a feature set unlike any other DSLRs its size, this model offers a 51-point AF system, the 3D Color Matrix Meter III for enhanced accuracy and a new 24.3 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor for outstanding low-light capability. Additional upgrades include a EXPEED 4 image processor for a burst ability of 6.5 fps, full HD video capture, dual SD card slots, a sealed body for protection against dust and moisture, and a slim, lightweight design that makes for comfortable, intuitive handling. The Nikon D750 is currently available for pre-order at Amazon.