The D750 is one of the most versatile cameras I have seen on the market. Many wedding, landscape and wildlife photographers use it as their go-to camera. It even rivals my Nikon D810 in a little way with what I see as a very little difference. Here is why I love it so much:
The build quality, and the fact that it's weatherproof. The locations I go to are suited to a camera that is weather-sealed and creates high quality images.
The best feature about this amazing camera is the flip screen - when it's on a tripod, you can pull the screen out so you can get your compositions right and not have to bend over in awkward positions to see what the camera is seeing, even at high angles. It's quite good to use, and it might sound so simple but it's magic.
When shooting landscape, the zoom in feature on the live view is amazing. To be able to zoom in to a point, focus on that, zoom back out, and take the photo will take your depth of field to a whole new level. It makes an image pop and creates an effect that jumps out of the screen like a semi-3D image.
There are 2 dials: one for shutter, one for aperture. The ISO control is on the left; hold the button down and use the dial where the thumb is. The same can be done with the white balance button. Everything, in my opinion, is ergonomically designed to be as simple and user friendly as possible.
The greatest part of this camera is that it doesn’t matter what the ISO is. The details are so sharp and the noise is so low that you can shoot at ISO4000 in daylight and have razor-sharp images. It's just incredible.
The camera has 24.3MP
Full Frame CMOS sensor
Flip up/down 3.2 “LCD screen
51 point Auto Focus system
Frame rate of 6.5 fps
Built in wifi
1080/60p video recording
2 SD card slots
Maximum shutter speed of 1/4000th
Weight of 755g
If you are looking for a high quality, portable, user friendly camera that has incredible low light abilities with all the bells and whistles of a Nikon flagship D810, then this is the camera for you. even though it was released in September 2014, I highly recommend this camera over the D810. For its price difference, you really don’t get much of a difference other then the megapixels.