This new camera— the D750, was announced September 12, and will be released September 23, 2014. It will be Nikon’s first full frame DSLR to have a vari-angle LCD. This will enable easier view of the live view screen and framing shots or video when shooting macro down low or also when reaching up high above ones head, having the screen pointing straight down.
Possessing built in Wi-Fi, the D750 allows for very quick file transfer to smart phones or tablets.
This also enables remote control of the shutter with a smart device (via Wi-Fi). More to come on this in our upcoming full review.
The D750 will feature the 51-point autofocus system of the D810 and a smaller, leaner body with a deep grip– closer in size to the D610. Nikon will also include the popular and useful U1 and U2 settings of the D610 on the mode dial. These handy settings allow the photographer to easily recall a group of settings for quick access– for example to quickly switch between shooting people and landscapes without changing multiple settings, and/or menu diving.
Employing the video capabilities of the D810 and D4s, the D750 is ready to shoot full HD video at up to 60 fps. The D750 also shares the auto-focus capabilities of these cameras, which is among its best attributes. Another stellar addition to this camera is that it will also be able to focus in very low light down to –3EV!
For further details, please see our upcoming full review of the Nikon D750 here