Eventually, all rumors would arrive at either one of two places – being realized as true, or being revealed as a fake. It is a good thing then, with all of the publicity surrounding the Nikon D750 in recent leaks, here we are with the official unveiling of the full frame Nikon D750. This DSLR is said to be quite a performer, carrying a price tag of $2,299 for its body only. Underneath the hood of the Nikon D750, you will be able to capture some really great looking images thanks to its 24-megapixel FX format CMOS sensor.
Other specifications of the Nikon D750 include an Expeed 4 image processor which can be found in the more expensive D810, alongside a light-sensitive 51-point autofocus system, an ISO range that will start from 100 and goes all the way to 12,800. Apart from that, Nikon has played with the manufacturing materials, hence the carbon fiber trim would help keep it as lightweight whenever and wherever possible, while battery life has also been stretched.
Apart from that, the Nikon D750 is said to be the very first FX format camera that will feature a tilting LCD display which measures 3.2” across diagonally, and will also sport built-in WiFi. Expect to be able to pick up the body of the Nikon D750 later this October, or you can always opt to get it alongside a 24-120mm f/4 VR kit lens. Pricing details for the camera with the lens kit remains unknown as at press time. [Press Release]