D750


26
2015

Nikon D750 Fast Start training video


If you're like me, you only skim through manuals like Nikon's 500+ page whopper that comes with their D750 DSLR. But this is a deep camera with a myriad of functions and options; there's just too much stuff to comprehend that you won't learn simply by fiddling around with the controls. In Creative Live's latest video series -- priced at only $29 -- John Greengo dives deep into the D750's controls and operations, making you an expert in only 5 hours of viewing. This is a must for every D750 owner who wants to get to know their camera! Click here to find out more

24
2014

D750 "Banding" problem explained


Even though it's only been on the market for a few months now, some users are reporting an issue with their D750 cameras that causes a dark band across the top of the image when shooting directly into a light source. The shadow seems to be caused by an autofocus sensor that protrudes too far into the mirror box, and appears to be a production flaw that only affects a limited number of cameras. Here's a good explanation of the problem over at Petapixel.com - Nikon D750 banding issue explained. Nikon has yet to make an official statement regarding this issue other than to say it is investigating.

17
2014

Nikon D750 and D810 firmware updates available


December 17, 2014: Nikon Europe has released new firmware updates for the Nikon D810 and Nikon D750 cameras.

Nikon D810 Firmware C 1.02 modifications:

  • When playback zoom was applied to an image displayed in the camera monitor (image display enlarged) while the memory card access lamp was still lit immediately after capture, the image was not correctly displayed. This issue has been resolved.
  • When menus were displayed with the camera connected to a 4K-compatible TV via HDMI, display in both the camera monitor and on the TV was not correct. This issue has been resolved.
  • Noise that could sometimes be heard when Custom Setting d1: Beep was set to any option other than Off has been reduced.

Nikon D750 Firmware C 1.01 modifications:

  • When shooting with an optional Speedlight and auto FP high-speed sync enabled with On selected for ISO sensitivity settings > Auto ISO sensitivity control in the photo shooting menu, images were sometimes over-exposed. This issue has been resolved. (Enabling auto FP high-speed sync: Select 1/200 s (Auto FP) or 1/250 s (Auto FP) for Custom Setting e1: Flash sync speed).
  • When menus were displayed with the camera connected to a 4K-compatible TV via HDMI, display in both the camera monitor and on the TV was not correct. This issue has been resolved.
  • Noise that could sometimes be heard when Custom Setting d1: Beep was set to any option other than Off has been reduced.

Downloads: Nikon D810 Firmware C 1.02 | Nikon D750 Firmware C 1.01

8
2014

Nikon D750 recommended as best high-end full-frame DSLR


According to Dpreview.com, the Nikon D750 emerged as the top recommended choice for highend full-frame cameras. Beating out other cameras including Nikon's own D810 and top contenders from Canon and Sony, the editors at Dpreview went on to say that the D750's sensor is "magic" and may be the best DSLR they have ever used.

12
2014

D750 announced


Well it's finally here: today Nikon announced its very latest FX-format camera, the D750. Filling in the gap between the D610 and the D810, the D750 offers 24MP, a 51-point AF system that's more light sensitive than the D810, a 6.5fps maximum frame-rate, built-in Wi-Fi, a vari-angle, tilting LCD, EXPEED 4 processor and 1080/60p video recording capability. The only thing that seems to be lacking from the D750 compared to the older D700 is the AF-On button (which some people will miss, but most won't find to be a deal breaker). At only $2299 US (SRP), we think this will be a very popular camera and makes Nikon's FX lineup of cameras all the more formidable.

The Nikon D750 from Andrew Reid on Vimeo.