Nikon’s New D750 Isn’t the D700 Successor

D750_24_120_front

The rumors have been circulating for some time now that Nikon was going to deliver a true D700 successor. But if you’re one of those folks that still feels like the D800/D810 isn’t the true successor then you’ll need to keep hoping. Today, Nikon is announcing their new D750–which is more or less a D610 with superpowers and even an automatic mode on the mode dial.

Yes, there is a mode dial–unlike the Df and the D810.

What you really want to know is that the new D750 sports a 24.3MP full frame sensor, 14 bit RAW shooting, two SD card slots, approximately 100% viewfinder coverage, more video modes, EXPEED 4 processor, flash sync of 1/200th, can shoot 6.5 frames per second, ISO ranges from 100-12,800, 51 AF points, can shoot 1080 60p video, and has weather sealing incorporated. Most notably, it’s the first new full frame Nikon DSLR with built in WiFi transmission.

Nikon told us in our meeting that the camera can focus down the -3 EV, which we will be happy to test.

The camera will be available in late September for $2,299.95. More images are after the jump.

Images

D750_24_120_front34l D750_24_120_front34r D750_24_120_fronttop D750_24_120_left D750_24_120_MBD16_frt D750_24_120_top_1 D750_24_120_top_2 D750_back D750_DoubleSlot_2