I must admit though that there are a lot of things I wanted to try the Nikon D750 out including night shots, astrals and landscaped. Unfortunately the opportunity wasn’t there. The images shot here has already gone through my desired post-processing. The tones of the Nikon D750 are pretty neutral so I had plenty of headroom for my desired colors, shadows details or presets. And indeed the High ISO for this one is pretty impressive.
The kit lens Nikon 24–120mm is okay as an all around lens. Even at f4 it produces some decent bokeh. Quite responsive too for burst shots. I did notice some vignetting with this lens for some reason and distortion too.
For a travel photographer who’s high on use of Social Media like Instagram and facebook, the built in WiFi is quite handy to transfer shots from camera to either my tablet or smartphone once the Nikon App is installed. There’s also a very basic control of the shutter and a preview of what the camera is seeing.
This is quite thin for a field review but I did enjoy the Nikon D750 in the short time I used it. I would want to try it on different occasions especially with some top tier lens. For those in the market for a full-frame camera, it’s hard to go wrong with this one considering the balance of price and features.
The Nikon D750 is available in the Philippines Body only for Php 91,900.
At the moment the Nikon D750 and D810 is available at the Nikon concept store in Mall of Asia. Some stocks are already sold out but pre-order are accepted. Interested buyers may also visit the ThinkDharma Inc office at 2291 TAO Corporate Center Chino Roces Ave. Makati City. You may also follow the Nikon Philippines Facebook Page for updates.