Professional photographers will be pleased about the Nikon D750 coming to India for Rs 134450 so soon after the company unveiled this full-frame 24.3MP DSLR camera to the world. This offering is one of the lightest in the brand’s pro lineup of products.
The company has managed to keep the weight of the Nikon D750 low at 750 grams and the design compact, by adopting a monocoque construction technique using carbon fiber for the front body and cover. In addition to this, the rear and top covers are molded out of magnesium alloy.
The overall build makes the new Nikon D750 camera resistant to moisture and dust to a certain extent. The D750 is fitted with a 24.3MP FX-format CMOS sensor and the company’s very own Expeed 4 image processor. It boasts of a 51-point auto focus system and a 100 to 12800 ISO range.
This is enhanced by the Nikon Hi2 mode which can bump it up to ISO 51200. The company has also thrown in a couple of other elements professionals are sure to appreciate – focusing at -3EV, highlight-weighted metering, Zebra stripes to warn users about overexposed areas and slots for two SD cards.
This full-frame D750 DSLR camera also packs in a 3.2-inch tilting Vari-Angle LCD 1080p at 60fps, 30fps or 24fps with total control over aperture. Another handy feature is its remote capturing capability with inbuilt Wi-Fi. It can even transmit images over FTP with the right accessories helping it.
The Nikon D750 body-only configuration will be available in India by the last week of September at the aforementioned price of Rs 134450. The D750 camera with an AF-S Nikkor 24-120MM F/4G ED VR lens will hit the markets later in November.