Enhanced maneuverability now combined with FX format and 24.3 megapixels
The D750 features the smallest and lightest body among Nikon FX-format models *1, while providing a deep handgrip that ensures outstanding holding in a slim design. This improved maneuverability complements the high-resolution imaging potential of 24.3 megapixels, thus providing users with more freedom in the field. The camera also shoots at up to approx. 6.5 fps *2 continuously, for up to 100 JPEG shots *3 in both FX and DX formats, boosting your ability to capture the action.
*1 Those featuring built-in flash and movie-recording function.
*2 Based on CIPA Guidelines.
*3 Excluding JPEG fine/Large in FX format (max. 87 shots).
Compact, lightweight and slim body with a tough, durable design to expand the field of potential
As the first Nikon FX-format model to employ a monocoque body with a sturdy, encased structure that does not require a separate chassis, it satisfies strength standards while reducing size and weight. Magnesium is used for the rear and top cover, while new carbon fiber material comprises the front body and front cover, thus achieving a strong, light and rugged frame. The slim design is realized by placing the image sensor on the same plane as the integrated circuit board, the size of which is approx. 70% that of a conventional design (approx. 50% of the space allocated for electronic components). The sequence drive unit uses four motors, just like the D810. Its location has been altered and optimized to create the space needed for the deep handgrip, all while maintaining the necessary strength and durability to incorporate convenient features such as built-in flash and movie recording, as well as a large range of professional features.
Enhanced maneuverability with a grip ensuring secure handling, regardless of hand size
The camera’s slim body layout includes a new handgrip with added depth for a more secure hold - grasp tightly and even your little finger can be positioned comfortably. The rounded design allows for a consistently comfortable grip, regardless of hand size. The material used for the D750’s handgrip is synthetic leather texture, the same as that employed for the D4S and D810, and rubber material is utilized for the memory card slot cover on the grip for the ultimate in holding comfort.
High-density 51-point AF system with enhanced focus detection performance in extremely low-light situations
The performance-proven 51-point AF system of the D4S and D810 has now been further improved. The D750’s dense network of 51 focus points comprehensively covers the center of the frame for superb subject capture. Its 15 cross-type sensors are arranged for fast phase detection both vertically and horizontally. All focus points are responsive at f/5.6. The newly developed Advanced Multi-CAM 3500 II autofocus sensor module offers strengthened focus detection capability even at a very dim -3 EV (ISO 100, 20°C/68°F), a level at which the human eye has difficulty seeing. Stress-free shooting is made possible thanks to the smooth and reliable AF performance across the entire brightness range, which includes dimly lit situations. The freedom to shoot has been further enhanced thanks to the combination of high-ISO performance and AF capability in low-light situations.
AF shooting possible even at an effective aperture of f/8
While 15 focus points (the center nine points and three mid-level points on each side) are compatible with apertures slower than f/5.6 and faster than f/8, 11 points are also compatible with f/8. This enables you to focus smoothly when you are using a 1.4x or 1.7x teleconverter, or even with the effective aperture value of f/8 when combining a telephoto NIKKOR lens with a 2.0x teleconverter. By combining the compact and lightweight D750’s body with the latest FX-format lens and teleconverter, the mobility attained with the system further expands the photographic opportunities.
Faster, more secure focusing: group-area AF for a quick lock onto moving targets
In addition to single-point AF, dynamic-area AF, 3D-tracking, and auto-area AF modes, the D750 features the same new group-area AF mode as that employed by the D4S and D810. While dynamic-area AF uses only one initial AF point, group-area AF utilizes five AF points simultaneously, like a net. This allows you to focus sharply even on an unpredictably moving subject, while avoiding unintentional focus on the background.
Three image area options to change your angle of view
The D750 lets you choose from three image area options for still photography: [FX (36 x 24) 1.0x] for FX format (35.9 x 24.0 mm) while offering an angle of view equivalent to a 35mm format camera; [1.2x (30 x 20) 1.2x] offers the size of 29.9 x 19.9 mm; and [DX (24 x 16) 1.5x] offers DX format (23.5 x 15.7 mm). The actual angle of view will be equivalent to approx. 1.2x or 1.5x lens focal length. Providing both FX and DX options in a compact, lightweight camera combined with a powerful zoom lens, you can take advantage of agile dynamic shooting from a highly portable system. Another benefit of the DX format is that the 51 focus points come close to covering the entire frame, making it easier to capture fast-moving subjects. When a DX lens is attached, the camera will automatically select [DX (24 x 16) 1.5x].