Nikon D750 Body vásárlás már 431 999 Ft-tól! The Nikon D750's autofocus system, too, is derived from that in the Nikon D810, but it's been further refined. Like every Nikon full-frame DSLR, the D750 achieves a level of image quality few other manufacturers can match. The built-in flash itself and related features are much as they were in the D810, save for differences dictated by the D750's exposure system. Available exposure modes include fully Automatic, Program, Aperture-priority, Shutter-priority and Manual, and there are also two User modes, a Flash Off mode, and a Scene position. For example, because of the high ISO performance and the autofocus capability in low-light situations, hand-held shooting is made possible even in the dark. For one thing, the Wi-Fi radio piggybacks off the camera's battery, so the number of shots you'll get on a charge will be reduced when using in-camera Wi-Fi. Nikon D750 Technical Info. There's still a straightforward Mode dial, rather than the slightly less intuitive Exposure Mode button of the D810. The good news? Unlike the 36MP D810, the new camera has an anti-aliasing filter over the sensor. Movies are compressed using MPEG-4 AVC / H.264 encoding and stored in a .MOV container, along with stereo Linear PCM audio from either a built-in or external stereo microphone. Shutter speeds range from 1/4,000 to 30 seconds plus Bulb, just as they do in the D610, so the D810's top speed of 1/8,000 second still serves to differentiate the pricier camera. High-density, 51-point AF system employing a newly developed AF sensor module ensures smooth AF even in low-light situations at -3 EV. For example, because of the high ISO performance and the autofocus capability in low-light situations, hand-held shooting is made possible even in the dark. The full-frame Nikon D750 DSLR was introduced in 2014 during the Photokina show in Germany. Nikon sees the D750 with "advanced video features" for videographers as well as a primary or secondary camera for fast handling and speed. Given the ready availability of hot shoe to sync terminal adapters, that's not something which should sway your decision, however. Unlike that camera, though, the Nikon D750 pairs its sensor with the same next-generation EXPEED 4 image processor seen previously in the D810. â¢ 36.3-Mpix FX-Format CMOS Sensor â¢ No optical low pass filter â¢ EXPEED 4 type image processor â¢ 3.2â³ 1,229k-dot LCD monitor â¢ Full HD 1080p video at 60/30/24 fps â¢ Continuous shooting to 5 fps in FX mode â¢ Expandable sensitivity to ISO 51200 â¢ 51 point Multi-CAM 3500FX AF sensor â¢ Electronic front curtain shutter â¢ External mic and headphone inputs Nikon D750 vs Z6 II. That approach has several drawbacks -- the need to buy the separate device and to bring it with you, as well as the fact that when connected, it disturbs the camera's clean lines and ergonomics, as well as disrupting its weather-sealed nature. High-speed, high-precision sequential control employing four motors achieves continuous shooting at up to 6.5 fps and power aperture control during movie recording. First, the basics: You can shoot at up to Full HD (1,920 x 1,080 pixel; 1080p) resolution, with frame rates of 60, 50, 30, 25, or 24 frames per second, so whatever your intended purpose -- European or US TV, cinema, and so on -- you should be covered without the need to degrade quality or change playback speed by converting the frame rate. And Nikon's UT-1 Communication Unit allows connection to a wired ethernet network, not just a Wi-Fi network. Where the D610 is rated as good for 900 shots to CIPA testing standards, and the D810 for 1,200 shots, the D750 bests both its siblings with a rated life of 1,230 shots.) The Nikon D750âs 24.3Mp full frame sensor crashes through 90 points barrier to achieve an overall DxOMark Sensor Score of 93. And that's not all, either. So, too, does its greater shutter life of 200,000 cycles, where the Nikon D750 follows the path trodden by the more affordable D610, with a shutter life of 150,000 cycles. (Isn't that always the way?) Detection range â3 â¦ This allows a slightly swifter burst-shooting rate of 6.5 frames per second according to Nikon's in-house testing. There's also a zebra striping function to indicate overexposure, a time lapse / intervalometer movie mode with exposure smoothing to take account of changes in scene brightness, and even the ability to select frequency ranges for capture by the internal microphone. The LCD screen is vastly improved in the Nikon D780 with almost double the dots of the D750 (2.3M-dots vs. 1.2M-dots), but they both share 100% viewfinder coverage. There are a couple of important tweaks to Nikon's Picture Control settings in the D750. And like youâd expect from a top-end camera, it has a huge range of customizable settings. The D750 is a DSLR, while the Z6 II is a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. Firstly, there's a new Clarity setting, which adjusts contrast of midtones to emphasize or obscure image detail to your tastes. Inherited from the D810, Highlight-weighted metering does what it says on the can: It will aim to hold on to highlights at the expense of some shadow detail. Like every Nikon full-frame D-SLR, the D750 achieves a level of image quality few other manufacturers can match. D800/D800E: 36 MP CMOS Sony D810/D810A: 36 MP CMOS Sony D850: 45MP CMOS Sony. Mine was also one of those lucky ones that went back to Nikon for the sensor reflection issue update. Both cameras offer a resolution of 24.2 megapixels. As well as all of the above, there's also a new addition to the Mode dial, however: a new Effects position that gives quick access to a variety of image effect types. The D610's standard sensitivity range is ISO 100 to 6400 equivalents, expandable to cover ISO 50 to 25,600, so the D750 wins out at the top end in both standard and expanded ranges. In terms of resolution, both the D750 and D780 offer 24 megapixels. NIKON D750 + Zeiss Distagon T* 2.8/15 ZF.2 @ ISO 100, 1/40, f/16.0. Both cameras are equipped with a full frame sensor. And the tilting LCD monitor further expands the freedom of shooting angles. If shooting videos is important to you, it's definitely worth the step up. There are, of course, a couple of drawbacks to the in-camera Wi-Fi approach. Videographers will be thrilled by the fact that the Nikon D750 provides much the same movie capture feature set as did the D810, but at a much lower price point. And as in the D610, the sensor sits under an optical low-pass filter that helps fight moiré, aliasing and false color. That places it comfortably inside the top ten in the overall rankings and just behind the sensor scores from Nikonâs own D800 & D600 series, as well as the Sony a7R hybrid. It is the first in a new line of Nikon FX format cameras which includes technologies from the D810 in a smaller and lighter body. (And it bests the D610 for movie shooting by quite some margin, despite costing only a little more.) As in the other cameras we're comparing it to, the Nikon D750 has a generous exposure compensation range of +/-5EV in 1/3 or 1/2 EV steps, and an exposure lock function is provided, just as you'd expect. The compact, lightweight and slim body with a deep grip widens the field of usage. Where the D610 could only bracket two or three frames, though, the Nikon D750 will please HDR fans by providing 2 to 9 frame bracketing, just as did the D810. Material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted or otherwise used without the prior written consent of The Imaging Resource. Sitting between the D610 which is at a lower price point, and the D810 which is Nikonâs pro-grade model, the D750 offers a full-frame sensor at 24 megapixels. Nikon D780 specs and sensor info: 35.9 x 23.9 mm CMOS sensor with 43.13 mm diagonal and crop factor of 1. And when you don't need it, you can simply forget it's there: There's no clumsy Wi-Fi dongle to keep track of. In-camera flash might be wimpier than an external strobe, and the light it throws might be less flattering too, but it's probably better than no shot at all. bigger. Now, the Nikon D750 puts Wi-Fi where it truly belongs: inside the camera. One omission in this department: Althought the Nikon D810 includes a flash sync terminal, the Nikon D750 lacks this feature, just as does the D610. By way of contrast, the D610 and D810 top out at rates of 6fps and 5fps respectively, albeit with the Nikon D810 having to handle a much greater quantity of data for each frame. In fact, our lab tests show the Nikon D750 to be a little bit sharper than the rest at low to medium ISO settings. Even at low ISO speeds, the D780âs image sharpness is noticeably improved from the D750âs. You can use a Nikon D750 as a webcam or for live streaming, assuming you have a mini HDMI to HDMI cable and an HDMI interface for your computer.. As well as allowing the camera to select automatically from among all 51 points (with optional 3D tracking), the Nikon D750 will let you opt for an array of 9 or 21 points, if you don't need the full point density, or you can simply lock the focus system to a single point. There is also a new Flat picture control as seen in a couple of other recent models, which gives you maximum scope for adjusting images yourself post-capture. More importantly for those who crave the highest possible quality, though, uncompressed 8-bit, 4:2:2 HDMI output is possible at the same as recording 8-bit compressed 4:2:0 video to an internal card, allowing you to save uncompressed video to an external capture device. Metering and exposure control system equivalent to the D4S and D810 utilizing a 91K-pixel RGB sensor that enables the Advanced Scene Recognition System as well as highlight-weighted metering. The latter is compatible with Nikon's MC-DC2 remote cord, as well as the GP-1 GPS unit. Nikon D750 specs and sensor info: 35.9 x 24 mm CMOS sensor with 43.18 mm diagonal and crop factor of 1. Fyldt helt op med professionel billedteknologi fra Nikon (A headphone jack is also provided for levels monitoring.) And the aforementioned MB-D16 battery grip should be able to double battery life with a second EN-EL15 installed, or you can use six AA batteries with the included MS-D14 AA battery holder. Because weâre dealing with two full-frame sensors, neither system will disappoint when shooting in low light, but the D780 certainly has the edge on its predecessor. Nikon doesn't specifically refer to this as being a WhiteMagic display -- that's a brandname used by LCD panel maker Sony -- but based on the dot count that's likely what it is. And of the 15 cross-type sensors, 11 of these are sensitive to apertures as narrow as f/8. in Auto FP mode, and two to nine-frame bracketing of flash exposures is possible. Nikon has long offered Wi-Fi wireless networking connectivity for its DSLRs, but it's typically been outside the camera, relying on an external accessory. The company recently launched its new Z mirrorless system, opting to start with the high-end products. Impressively though - with the exception of its 24 megapixel sensor - the D750's build quality, ergonomics and feature set have much more in common â¦ A tilting LCD monitor will help when framing shots over your head, from the hip, or low to the ground, and despite its inclusion the D750 is still dust and moisture-resistant thanks to an array of seals and gaskets. HD (1,280 x 720 pixels; 720p) capture is also provided, but with only a choice of 60p or 50p frame rates. D750: The Nikon D750 is a no-compromise full-frame SLR that's better priced than ever Since the D750 was first launched in 2014, it's come down in price from £1,800 for the body only to â¦ And Nikon's Picture Controls are now adjustable in quarter-step arbitrary increments, providing more scope for fine-tuning precisely to your own tastes. There's nothing extra to buy, nor to remember to bring with you. Jared Polin outlines some specific differences between the Nikon D750 and Nikon D780, primarily that the D780 shoots 4K video, which is a typical upgrade from the mid-2010s to the late-2010s.. Wi-Fi connectivity is also said to be more robust, likely because the external device has more room for an antenna, and less shielding getting in its way. You can also use the ML-L3 infrared remote with the D750. The built-in flash has a range of 39 feet at ISO 100, provides -3 to +1EV of flash exposure compensation, and supports front- and rear-curtain sync with or without slow-sync and red-eye reduction. The Nikon D750's exposure system is similar to that of the Nikon D610, but with a few important changes. It also provides support for FTP transfer, and more remote control features. MH-25A Battery Charger for EN-EL 15 Li-Ion Battery, AN-DC14 Neck Strap for Nikon D750 DSLR Camera (Black), DK-21 Rubber Eyecup for Nikon D80, D90, D200, D600 & D7000 Digital Cameras, Nikon MB-D16 Multi Power Battery Pack for D750 (~US$370). Oh, and picture controls on offer include flat, allowing you to color correct and grade to your heart's desire. The take home: You'll be able to focus in lower ambient light than ever before. Nikon D750 DSLR-kamera. With the best planning in the world, you're inevitably going to find yourself without your flash strobe when you need it one day, having convinced yourself to travel light with no expectation of the difficult subject that has just presented itself. 29-02-2016 SERVICE ADVISORY FOR D750 DIGITAL SLR CAMERA. D1: 2.7 MP Sony D1h: 2.7 MP Sony D1x: 5.47 MP Sony D2h: 4 MP LBCAST Nikon D2x: 12 MP CMOS Sony (Nikon designed) D3: 12 MP CMOS Nikon D3s: 12 MP CMOS Nikon D3x: 24 MP CMOS Sony D4: 16 MP CMOS Nikon â¦ Review of the Nikon D750 For many photography enthusiasts and professionals alike, the Nikon D750 could be the right choice. WhiteMagic displays add an extra white dot alongside the red, green and blue dots found on most displays. Nikon D750 FX-formátumú fényképezÅgép. Although it shares the same working range as those cameras in most modes -- 0 to 20EV -- when you switch to Spot metering the range is curtailed at the bottom end somewhat, encompassing everything from 2 to 20EV. Best of all, the D750's in-camera Wi-Fi functions just as did the external accessory, working with the very same Wireless Mobile Utility apps for Android and iOS devices, so if you already own another Nikon DSLR and Wi-Fi accessory, you know what to expect in terms of the basics. The speed increase eliminates my greatest complaint about the D750âthe delay between raw file capture and seeing the LCD preview. The display itself is based around a 3.2-inch TFT LCD panel with a high resolution of 1,229k-dots, which translates to a 640 x 480 pixel array with four dots per pixel. The Nikon D750 (B&H / Amazon), was one of Nikonâs most anticipated cameras, as so many photographers were waiting for an update to their beloved D700 cameras. The Nikon D750 and the Nikon Z5 are two digital cameras that were officially introduced, respectively, in September 2014 and July 2020. When enabled, the camera can switch to a point surrounding your chosen one if subject distance for your chosen point suddenly changes but that for the surrounding point doesn't, the assumption being that you've probably just slipped off the subject slightly. The core of the Nikon D750 is a 24.3-megapixel, FX-format CMOS image sensor that, while identical to that in the D610 in terms of resolution, is described by Nikon as being newly-developed. With a 24.3MP full-frame sensor â¦ It meticulously scans the scene using its 91K-pixels to read brightness, contrast, color, distribution of highlight areas and the presence or absence of human faces (face detection* in viewfinder photography). Packing Nikonâs advanced 51-point Multi-CAM 3500 FX II autofocus system, a 24 MP sensor, 6.5 FPS continuous shooting speed, built-in WiFi and a very lightweight weather-sealed construction, the D750 sits between the D610 and the high-megapixel D810 lines. (The latter will adjust the aperture in steps, however.). Both cameras are equipped with a full frame sensor. The Nikon D750 brings many features of the professional class, such as the light meter and the autofocus of the D4S into the consumer class. Like the D610, the Nikon D750 opts for two Secure Digital card slot, rather than the one-apiece SD and CompactFlash card slots of the D810. Along with the new sensor is Nikonâs most advanced Expeed 6 image processor, which is found in the Z 6 and Z 7. I have already covered this topic in detail in my Nikon D750 Buffer article, but if you have not seen it, here is a buffer capacity table that compares the D750 to other Nikon DSLRs, including the D700: Pixel pitch is 5.92 µm. The Nikon D750 retail kit with 24-120mm lens package (as reviewed) contains the following items: Imaging Resource © 1998 - 2020. (Nikon D750, Portrait Picture Mode with +1 saturation, Nikon 50/1.4G, f/1.4 at 1/125 at Auto ISO 720, Perfectly Clear V2.) Metering modes include 3D Color Matrix Metering III / Color Matrix Metering III / Color Matrix Metering, depending on lens type mounted, as well as Center-weighted, Spot, and one new option. The sensor and processor pairing of the Nikon D750 also best the D610 with a wider sensitivity range of ISO 100 to 12,800 equivalents, expandable to encompass everything from 50 to 51,200 equivalents. The D750 comes loaded with Nikonâs own Advanced Scene Recognition System, utilizing a 91K-pixel RGB sensor that delivers high accuracy. The Nikon D750 FX-format D-SLR has been designed to liberate photographers from previous limitations while giving them more freedom of photographic expression thanks to a variety of factors. Nikon D750 vs Z5. Autofocus servo modes include single-servo, continuous-servo, and in live view or movie modes, full-time servo or face-priority. An autofocus assist illuminator is included, and has a working range of 20 inches to almost ten feet (0.5-3m). If needed, you can also fine-tune autofocus for specific lenses. If any of these are of the least concern for you, the D750 will still work with the UT-1 unit, so you can continue working with it just as you would have done in the past. At the heart of the D750 is a 24.3-million-pixel CMOS sensor and an Expeed 4 processing engine. The Nikon D750 draws power from the same EN-EL15 lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack as did the D610 and D810, but battery life is better than in either earlier model. The D750 is Nikon's third full-frame DSLR this year, and for a lot of our readers, it might be the most significant. The Nikon D750 is a full-frame DSLR camera announced by Nikon on September 12, 2014. D750 & D7100 | 24-70 F2.8 G AF-S ED, 70-200 F2.8 AF VR, TC-14E III, TC-1.7EII, 35 F2 AF D, 50mm F1.8G, 105mm G AF-S VR | Backup & Wife's Gear: D5500 & Sony HX50V | 18-140 AF-S ED VR DX, 55-300 AF-S G VR DX | Like the D610 and D810 before it, the Nikon D750 recognizes that fact, and includes a built-in, popup flash strobe that just might save your bacon one day. Auto-area AF and Group-area AF modes are also provided, the latter being primarily for action photography. This can be useful when you have strong highlights that you need to hold onto -- the bride's wedding dress, for example. (Or if you prefer, simply control the compression type used as allowed by the external device. However, where the D610 opted for a less sophisticated metering system based around a 2,016 pixel RGB metering sensor, the Nikon D750 uses the same 91,000 pixel RGB metering system found on the Nikon D810. (This might not be a camera aimed at amateurs, but if you let a friend or family member use your camera, having these simple modes to help set up the shot might still be worthwhile.). You can also switch between FX-format and DX-format (full-frame and APS-C cropped) modes for video capture, just as you can for stills, increasing your telephoto reach as needed. For testing the Nikon D750, the all-round zoom 24-120 mm with a continuous light intensity of F4 was used. Better still, aperture adjustment is possible during video capture courtesy of a Power Aperture feature that smoothly, steplessly changes the aperture using the aperture preview and function buttons on the camera's front deck, or optionally, the AF selector on the back. The D810, meanwhile, offers a standard range of ISO 64 to 12,800 equivalents, expandable to ISO 32 to 51,200, so that camera is matched by its more affordable new sibling at the top end, but can offer even lower sensitivity at the bottom end of the range. ), Program, priority and manual exposure is possible, and if you want to control both shutter speed and aperture without having to worry about scene brightness, Auto ISO sensitivity is also available in manual mode. The aforementioned focus tracking function is predictive, making educated guesses about the motion of your subject based on its past history. D750: 24 MP CMOS Sony. Nikon rates the other two cameras at 0 to 20EV in all metering modes. Nikon Advanced Multi-CAM 3500 II autofocus sensor module with TTL phase detection, fine-tuning, 51 focus points (including 15 cross-type sensors; f/8 supported by 11 sensors), and AF-assist illuminator (range approx. 0.5â3 m/1 ft 8 in.â9 ft 10 in.) Thank you for choosing Nikon for your photographic needs. By adding the white dot, brightness can be increased outdoors for better visibility, or the power consumption decreased while retaining a certain brightness level indoors. The Nikon D750 and the Nikon Z6 II are two enthusiast cameras that were officially introduced, respectively, in September 2014 and October 2020.
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