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Nikon D750 W/ 24-120mm Lens

nikon d750 w 24 120mm lens

Nikon D750 w/ 24-120mm Lens

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  • Full frame 24.3 megapixel CMOS image sensor and expeed 4 image processor
  • Full HD 60/50/30/25/24p video
  • Built in Wi Fi connectivity and compatibility with the WT 5a plus UT 1 Communication Unit
  • Shoot up to 6.5 fps at full resolution. If shutter release disabled aperture ring for CPU lens not locked at highest f number does not apply to type G and E lenses
  • Pro Video feature set including: Simultaneously record uncompressed and compressed, manually control ISO, shutter speed and aperture while recording—even use power aperture control for smooth iris transitions and Auto ISO for smooth exposure transitions.
  • Compact, lightweight and slim unibody (monocoque) body design with tilting Vari angle LCD display

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Brand : Nikon
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,DSLR Cameras
Rating : 4.7
ListPrice : US $3396.95
Price : US $2495
Review Count : 376

nikon d750 w 24 120mm lens
nikon d750 w 24 120mm lens
nikon d750 w 24 120mm lens
nikon d750 w 24 120mm lens

Nikon D750 w/ 24-120mm Lens

  • UPDATE: I\'ve had this camera for several months now and honestly, I love it. I did purchase Nikon\'s 50mm 1.8 lens as a prime and WOW. That little piece of glass produces some amazingly sharp pictures. I also purchased the Rokinon 14mm wide angle as well and it too produces very nice images mounted to this frame. My primary use for this lens in real estate photograph, mostly interior work. My next big lens buy will be the new Tamron G2 70-20mm/ 2.8 zoom and I think that will do it. I\'ve been out taking pictures every chance I can, exploring the capabilities of this amazing camera. Next week it does into the studio for some glamour shoots. I\'m sure it won\'t disappoint.I had been thinking about moving to the full frame platform for some time. I weighed the pro\'s and con\'s of the D810 vs the D610, got confused and ultimately didn\'t buy either. Then I stumbled upon this beauty and I couldn\'t resist any longer. My purchase through Amazon was painless and it was just this past week that I got a chance to get out and experiment with the camera and 24-120mm bundled Nikkor lens. I took the camera to the SF Auto Show at the Moscone convention center. Shooting in doors and, in some instances, pretty low light, meant some careful adjustment of white balance which, of course, this camera as well as my D300s handles effortlessly. The more revealing problem the low light situations uncovered was the slowness of the lens. At wide open, its f4, which is not great. The effect is that the ISO needed to be boosted to around 5000 in order to get an adequate shutter speed to insure the resulting picture was sharp and clear. My biggest concern was that the noise at 5k ISO would cripple the shot. I set HIGH ISO NR to \"on\" and started shooting. The results were great. No noise, clear and crisp shots. While the 24-120 f4 lens would probably not be my first choice for this camera, the fact that it came bundled together at a price point I could afford makes it a good starting point for building my stable of FX lenses. For now it appears to work just fine. This is a great combo, body especially for serious photographers and enthusiasts. The attached photo is a Pagani super car. The ambient light around this car was very low. The car is a dark purple, sitting on a black carpet with black drapes as a back drop. I shot this free hand, (a tripod should have been used) at 1/13th at f5.6 ISO 4k. The resulting picture size is 16megs (shooting FINE/Large). Hope this helps.
  • I\'m a professional photographer and have always used DX cameras because I like their reach and I can make prints up to 36 x 24 that are sharp as a tack. I never felt the need to get a full frame camera. I had my Nikon 7200 stolen, so I went online to order another one, but could only find them used. I decided to go ahead and buy the D750, no so much for the camera, but because I liked the 24-120 glass. At a consistent F4 aperture, I thought it would make a nice addition to my camera bag of tools. As it turned out, I not only loved the lens, but the camera as well. They both are well made. I would not consider the lens a \"kit\" lens. It\'s as sharp as a tack.The camera is complicated. But since I have been using Nikon digital DSLR\'s since the D70, the learning curve was very quick. Most of the buttons have stayed in the same position as have the menues. It\'s just a matter of filling in the blanks by reading a good book that describes using the D750 in fine detail. I just got done reviewing one that I highly recommend. Sorry, but I forgot the title.I would recommend this camera to someone seasoned with how the Nikon system works and/or photographers that are at a high intermediate or advanced level. For an entry camera, I think it might be a frustrating experience for a noobie.
  • Roughly 5 years ago I got out of the photography hobby when all of my gear was stolen / scammed from me on a fraudulent eBay transaction, at which point I didn\'t have the funds to re-enter the hobby, which as you know is quite expensive.With the birth of our first child coming in the next 2 months I knew it was time to take the plunge and get a camera to document all of our new families important milestones. I had been eyeballing the Nikon D750 kit and the Canon 6D kit. Formerly I was a Canon shooter and pretty heavy advocate but after looking at many many reviews it just seemed that the D750 offered a lot more bang for the buck. One day while clicking through Amazon and checking pricing I had noticed that Amazon had incorrectly listed the D750 kit at the body only price, showing 2 remaining in inventory. This prompted an immediate purchase on my part, and a few days later I was the proud new owner of a D750, saving $700. I was afraid I might receive just a body or possibly a gray market camera but none of that was true, I received exactly what I was hoping for. A real Nikon USA product with 0 shutter actuations. Thank you Amazon!I\'ve now had the pleasure to use this setup for a week or so and I am just amazed at this camera\'s capabilities, there\'s really nothing it can\'t do. Sensor technology has come a long ways from the gear I was using 5 years ago (Canon 7D). Being able to shoot at ISO 1600 and above with limited noise is just incredible and really expands the lighting conditions in which you can shoot without a flash and still achieve stunning results.There was a slight learning curve coming from Canon, as far as button placement and menu navigation goes but only took a few days of fiddling to feel comfortable with it out in the field.I hightly recommend this camera to anyone struggling with the decision. I do believe it is the better option over the Canon 6D. If you make this purchase I can promise that you will not be disappointed in any way!

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