The new model fills the wide gap between Nikon’s existing models’ price range

first_imgWhile DSLRs have long been used for video shooting, Nikon has come up with its new D750 that features a tilting LCD screen, adding much to the joy of professionals who use DSLR for video.The cheaper DSLRs do sport a tilting LCD screen but no such feature had been introduced in any pro-DSLR model as it would add to the weight and hamper weather sealing. A remarkable development that adds to the efficiency of the DSLR, this model has undergone a total reworking and redesigning of its interiors. It makes shooting videos easier as it allows the LCD screen to tilt 90 degrees, unlike the fixed LCD screens in other DSLRs.It is a 3.2-inch, 1.2 million-dot LCD.  With a new Expeed 4 processor, the Nikon D750 does away with some of moire and artifacts of the D800, and has the same improved video that is available in the costlier D810.The Expeed 4 enables the camera to shoot upto 6.5 frames per second. It carries a 24.3-megapixel full-frame image sensor while a 51-point autofocus sensor that can focus down to -3 EV.With the usual frame rates of 24/25/30, the D750 can record up to 1920×1080 video at 60p. It has the same resolution sensor as the D610.The Nikon D750 is priced at $2,300 (Rs 1.40 lakhs), with the brand positioning it between Nikon D610 priced at $1,900 (Rs 1.15 lakh) and Nikon D810 priced at $3,300 ( Rs 2.01 lakhs).The D750 poses to be a much needed improvement in DSLRs and can prove to uptrend the usage of DSLRs for video recording among film makers.advertisementlast_img

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