Nikon d750 đánh giá

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The full-frame Nikon D750 DSLR was introduced in 2014 during the Photokina show in Germany. Packing Nikon’s advanced 51-point Multi-CAM 3500 FX II autofocus system, a 24 MP sensor, 6.5 FPS continuous shooting tốc độ, built-in WiFi & a very lightweight weather-sealed construction, the D750 sits between the D610 and the high-megapx D810 lines.

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The Nikon D750 is an attractive choice for hobbyists & enthusiasts, who want khổng lồ move up from a DX or an older FX camera. It is also an appealing camera for working professionals (portrait & working photographers), who have been leaning away from higher-resolution cameras lượt thích the D810.

Although the Nikon D750 did not replace the older D700 in terms of body toàn thân build, ergonomics and features, it has a lot more resolution, much faster processor, significantly faster and superior autofocus system, a tilting LCD screen and impressive sầu đoạn Clip capabilities. Thanks lớn these changes and improvements, the D750 hits the sweet spot in a number of areas và has the potential of becoming the most popular full-frame camera in Nikon’s current DSLR lineup.

NIKON D750 + 24-70mm f/2.8
ISO 100, 1/3, f/5.6


The Nikon D750 might sound pretty confusing khổng lồ many since its first number indicates that it belongs to lớn the D700 line & thus the camera could be a successor. At the same time, Nikon skipped everything in between the D700 and the D750, so others might think that perhaps the camera represents something between the D700 & the D810. In fact, the camera shares a lot more with the D600 / D610 cameras in terms of ergonomics/build và sensor công nghệ, rather than with the pro-màn chơi D700 và yet it certainly does have sầu the robust autofocus & video recording features from the D810.

Judging by the looks, its price point, laông chồng of a dedicated AF-ON button và other limitations (such as 1/200 sec flash sync tốc độ, 1/4000 max shutter speed, and a relatively small buffer), I would say it would have been more appropriate to lớn điện thoại tư vấn this camera the Nikon D650 instead. Nikon probably did not feel lượt thích associating a higher-over camera with the D600 line though, thanks lớn the D600 fiasteo. Perhaps if it were not for the D600 problems, the D750 would have been what the D610 was supposed khổng lồ be originally. That would not have sầu been the first time Nikon drastically changed camera line features – if you remember, the D7000 sported an inferior 39-point AF system originally, while the D7100 got a significant boost in AF performance with the high-kết thúc 51-point AF system, which was previously used only on professional cameras.

We had seen a similar jump from the D5100 lớn the D5200, where the 11-point AF system was replaced with the more advanced 39-point AF system. Nikon did over up adding new features lớn the D750 with built-in WiFi capabilities & a tilting LCD screen, but those are fairly cheap to incorporate & cannot be considered “significant”, since the much cheaper entry-màn chơi D5300 also comes with built-in WiFi, along with a tilting screen (in addition khổng lồ also having built-in GPS).

So think of the D750 as a hybrid between the D610 và the D810. Lower-kết thúc ergonomics/build, coupled with a high-over autofocus system, great Clip features, built-in WiFi and a tilting LCD screen.

NIKON D750 + 85milimet f/1.8
ISO 220, 1/100, f/1.8

Let’s take a look at the camera specifications in more detail.

Nikon D750 Specifications

Sensor: 24.3 MP.. FX, 5.9µ px kích cỡ Sensor Size: 35.9 x 24mm Resolution: 6016 x 4016 DX Resolution: 3936 x 2624 Native ISO Sensitivity: 100-12,800 Boost Low ISO Sensitivity: 50 Boost High ISO Sensitivity: 25,600-51,200 Processor: EXPEED 4 Metering System: 3 chiều Màu sắc Matrix Meter III with highlight weighted metering Dust Reduction: Yes Weather Sealing/Protection: Yes Body Build: Rear and Top Magnesium Alloy Covers White Balance: New White Balance System with up to lớn 6 presets Shutter: Up khổng lồ 1/4000 & 30 sec exposure Shutter Durability: 150,000 cycles, self-diagnostic shutter Storage: 2x SD slots Viewfinder Coverage: 100% Speed: 6.5 FPS Exposure Meter: 91,000 pixel RGB sensor Built-in Flash: Yes, with Commander Mode, full CLS compatibility Autofocus System: Advanced Multi-CAM 3500FX II with Group Area AF AF Detection: Up khổng lồ f/8 with 9 focus points (5 in the center, 2 on the left & right) LCD Screen: tilting 3.2 inch LCD with 1,229K dots Movie Modes: Full 1080p HD
60 fps max Movie Exposure Control: Full In-Camera HDR Capability: Yes Battery Type: EN-EL15 Battery Life: 1230 shots USB Standard: 3.0 Weight: 750g Dimensions: 141 x 113 x 78 milimet (5.55 x 4.45 x 3.07″) Price: $2,299.95 MSRP
NIKON D750 + 20milimet f/1.8
ISO 200, 1/60, f/5.6

A detailed các mục of camera specifications is available at

NIKON D750 + 50milimet f/1.8
ISO 100, 1/200, f/4.0

Nikon D750 vs D610 vs D810

If you are looking for a feature comparison between the D750 và the D610, take a look at our Nikon D750 vs D610 comparison article. Comparison with the D810 can also be found in our D750 vs D810 article.

NIKON D750 + 24-70mm f/2.8
ISO 100, 6/10, f/8.0

Camera Construction và Handling

While the Nikon D750 might not have the same full magnesium-alloy frame like the D810, both the front and the rear plates of the camera are magnesium alloy. To keep the camera lightweight, Nikon used a combination of magnesium alloy and carbon fiber in the construction, making the D750 slightly lighter than the D610 (which has a similar build, but with plastic instead of carbon fiber). Here is how the D750 looks from the front and baông xã when stripped down (the image of the baông xã includes the MB-D16 battery grip):


In addition khổng lồ the solid build, Nikon also weather-sealed the D750 against dust và moisture, just lượt thích on higher-over cameras. I am happy to say that the construction of the D750 is indeed excellent & it can easily survive in tough weather conditions. I was up in the mountains this fall và one of the early mornings was extremely cold, with the temperature dipping below 10 F. With a slight wind chill, it was probably cthua trận khổng lồ 5 F, if not lower. My gear froze up pretty quickly, including the D750 that I had with me. Take a look at how my Think Tank camera bag looked like, with the Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G hood on top of it, along with my 77mm polarizer (I was shooting panoramas that morning):

NIKON D810 + Zeiss Distagon T* 2/35 ZF.2
35milimet, ISO 200, 1/60, f/2.8

The D750 kept on working great, just lượt thích my D810 that I was also shooting with at the same time. The only issue was the battery, which did not last long at such cold temperatures (as expected). I also drove sầu on pretty dusty roads the same week, with the camera gathering plenty of dust when I was taking it in & out of my car and I got rained on several times when the camera was mounted on my tripod. The Nikon D750 camera survived all those weather và dust conditions easily!

Handling-wise, the camera is also excellent. Compared to lớn the D600/D610 cameras, Nikon made a few ergonomic changes that make the D750 a breeze khổng lồ use. First, the grip is now much more comfortable – Nikon extended it lượt thích they have sầu done on the D810 & my fingers now fit more comfortably. If you look at the top of the D610 và compare it lớn the D750, you will find the D610 to lớn be thicker on the right:


To keep the camera small/compact and to lớn accommodate the deeper grip, Nikon had khổng lồ sacrifice on the kích thước of the LCD – it is now smaller on the D750 & shows less information.

Second, the plastic memory card door has also been covered with textured soft material that does not slip. Third, the D750 has the same awesome U1 / U2 memory bank system as the D610 / D7100 that actually works when compared lớn the practically useless dual bank system of higher-end cameras like D810 / D4S. Lastly, one-cliông chồng zoom using the OK button on the multi-selector button works, so I am very glad that Nikon did not strip this very useful feature from the D750 like it did on the D600 / D610. In fact, that’s one of the reasons why I traded my D610 for the D750. After getting used lớn cameras lượt thích D800 / D810 và Df, I just hated the fact that I had to lớn press the zoom button so many times to see if my image was sharp or not. It was a huge time waste, especially when shooting fast-paced weddings.

NIKON D750 + 85milimet f/1.8
ISO 100, 1/3trăng tròn, f/2.2

My biggest two complaints with the D750 actually apply to lớn all other Nikon DSLRs with a similar layout. The first one is the placement of the AE-L / AF-L button. Since lower-over Nikon DSLRs bởi not come with a dedicated AF-ON button, one has khổng lồ program the AE-L / AF-L button for rear button focusing, such as when using the focus and recompose technique. I don’t understand why Nikon places it so far away from the rear dial. Why can’t it be closer? The space between the button & the dial is just empty and I would much rather have the button located right next to lớn the dial so that I could actually hold it comfortably. With my D800E / D810 / Df cameras, using the back button for focusing is easy và it does not hurt my hands. On the D750, I have to move my thumb further away and it starts khổng lồ get sore pretty quickly. I wish Nikon moved the darn button closer to lớn the dial!

NIKON D750 + 70-200milimet f/2.8
ISO 100, 1/200, f/3.2

The second complaint is the DK-21 rubber eyecup that is used on the D750. It detaches too easily (especially when hiking with the camera strap on my neck) & will probably get lost more than once in the future. Why can’t Nikon standardize on the same round DK-17 eyecup that is used on many other cameras? It would not only make it easy lớn use different eyecups interchangeably between cameras, but it would also be attached more securely & locked. Aside from these two issues, everything else is quite good for my taste and use in terms of ergonomics.

In terms of mirror slap and shutter sounds/vibrations, the D750 sounds a bit more dampened than the D800E, but it is not as good as the quieter D810. Sadly, the D750 does not come with the electronic front-curtain shutter feature either…

NIKON D750 + 150-600milimet f/5.0-6.3
ISO 200, 1/500, f/6.3


One particular change that might upphối some people, is the smaller LCD on the top of the camera. At first, I was a bit disappointed by this change, since smaller usually translates lớn less information. And it is certainly the case – the LCD now does not provide such information as: image format (Image Quality setting), focus mode (Single, Dynamic, 3 chiều or Aulớn icons), AF mode (AF-A, AF-S or AF-C) and White Balance. So if you are used to looking at the top LCD for this information, now you have lớn refer lớn the information screen on the bachồng of the LCD.

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When changing modes by pressing, say, the focus button on the front of the camera, the top LCD will still display appropriate information, but it won’t show a small inhỏ after you make the change. Nikon is now by default showing the information page on the rear LCD when you press any of the function buttons, so it is not lượt thích you press those buttons và vày not have a place lớn look when changes are made. As I have pointed out above sầu, the LCD had khổng lồ be reduced in form size khổng lồ accommodate the deeper grip. Personally, I really lượt thích the deeper grip and I would much rather have sầu the comfort of the D750, rather than the larger top LCD on the D610.

NIKON D750 + Zeiss Distagon T* 2/35 ZF.2
ISO 100, 1/125, f/5.6

Viewfinder Size và Focus Point Spread

If you have sầu been considering upgrading to lớn the D750 from a DX camera, you will be instantly amazed by the kích cỡ of the full-frame viewfinder – it is huge! Once you look through the viewfinder on the D750, you will quickly realize what you have been missing on your DX camera. Size-wise, it is as big as the viewfinder on other DSLRs like Nikon D610 và D810, with a 0.70x magnification.

One of the biggest complaints with the D600 / D610 cameras was the much smaller focus point spread of the 39-point AF system, which concentrates all focus points near the center of the frame. With the release of the D750, a number of our readers asked us if the focus point spread is smaller on the camera when compared to other higher-over cameras like D810. Initially, I thought it was an odd question since the D750 has the Advanced Multi-CAM 3500 FX II module, which, I thought, has the same focus point spread as the earlier version. However, when I actually received the D750 & looked through the viewfinder, I was surprised khổng lồ find out that the focus spread is indeed a bit smaller and the spacing between the focus points has decreased. How smaller? Let’s take a look at the below viewfinder comparison:


As you can see, the layout of the viewfinder has changed a bit between the D750 & the D810. The focus spread is smaller & the distance between each focus point has also been slightly reduced. The boundaries are now circular và the middle AF point section is shorter as well. How different is the focus point spread? Let’s take a look at both viewfinders overlaid on top of each other:


It is pretty clear that the D750 indeed has a smaller focus point spread when compared to lớn the D810. With the focus points packed tighter together, the difference is smaller than a single focus point on each side of the frame và even smaller from top lớn bottom.

And here is a comparison of the focus point spread between the D750 và the D600 / D610:


Looks lượt thích the difference is roughly one focus point, so the 39-point AF system on the D600 / D610 is even smaller.

Why did Nikon reduce the focus point spread on the D750? As you will see in the Autofocus Performance section of this review, Nikon was able khổng lồ get better sensitivity from the Multi-CAM 3500 FX II AF module (rated at -3 EV), and I believe sầu that they were able to do this by reducing the focus point spread and optimizing their layout. In addition, the number of focus points that can be used with slower lenses, or lenses coupled with teleconverters is greatly reduced at f/5.6 & f/8 range (only 11 AF points are active at f/8), so having the focus points closer to the center of the frame probably allowed cross và line sensors khổng lồ be more reliable than before.

NIKON D750 + 20milimet f/1.8
ISO 100, 1/500, f/2.8

Camera Menu System and Ease of Use

The camera thực đơn system very much resembles other Nikon DSLRs like D610 và D7100, but there are some great features worth talking about. One major advantage of the D610/D7100/D750 cameras over all the higher-end Nikon DSLRs is a working user premix system. Unlượt thích the dual Shooting Menu and Custom Settings Banks system that doesn’t work (I leave sầu those blank on my D800E và D810), Nikon uses a much better user prephối system on the D750. You have sầu two programmable presets on the camera: U1 & U2 (accessible from the camera dial), which work perfectly for customizing the cameras for different needs. I mix up my D750 for two presets – Landscape (U1) and Portraits (U2).

When photographing landscapes, I always shoot in Manual Mode, with Aukhổng lồ ISO turned Off (ISO set to lớn 100), 14-bit RAW, AF-S in Single Focus mode. So I programmed all those settings khổng lồ U1 (Tip: if you want khổng lồ set your U1/U2 presets lớn anything other than Program Mode, start in the desired camera mode like Aperture Priority, then Save user settings to U1/U2). For photographing portraits, I prefer shooting in Aperture Priority Mode, Aukhổng lồ ISO turned On (ISO Sensitivity: 100, Max Sensitivity: 3200, Min Shutter Speed: Auto), 14-bit RAW, AF-C in Dynamic Focus mode with 39 AF Points. I saved all these settings khổng lồ U2. The beauty of this user preset system is that, when I photograph landscapes, I simply rotate the left top switch lớn U1 và I vày not have lớn go into the camera thực đơn for anything else. When photographing people, I switch lớn U2 & I am all phối. Very simple và straightforward. I vày not understvà why Nikon does not implement this very useful prephối system on high-over DSLRs – the dual bank system is plain stupid and useless in comparison.

NIKON D750 + 50milimet f/1.2
ISO 100, 1/800, f/2.8

If you are upgrading from an older Nikon DSLR lượt thích D700, you will love the enhanced Auto lớn ISO feature that was first implemented with the D800/D4 cameras. When selecting the “Minimum Shutter Speed”, you now have an option called “Auto”, which will automatically phối the minimum shutter tốc độ khổng lồ the focal length of the lens. For example, if you are shooting with a 50milimet lens, the minimum shutter speed will be set lớn 1/50 of a second. If you can handle slower shutter speeds, you can mix “Auto” to lớn be một nửa or 1/4 the focal length of the lens. Or if you have sầu shaky hands, you can phối it to 2x or 4x the focal length of the lens. Think of “Auto” as -2, -1, 0, +1, +2, similar to lớn exposure compensation in full stops. If your focal length is 50mm, your “Auto” setting would look lượt thích this: 1/13, 1/25, 1/50, 1/100, 1/200. The mặc định would be 1/50, but if you go one step slower your shutter tốc độ would be fixed at 1/25 of a second while going two steps faster would increase the minimum shutter tốc độ lớn 1/200 of a second. Many of us have been asking for this feature for many years now and I am very happy with this implementation, although I hope Nikon takes it a step further by automatically compensating for VR as well.

NIKON D750 + 85mm f/1.4
ISO 125, 1/200, f/1.4

A cool new menu option that the D750 inherited from the D810 is “Store points by orientation” (a8 in Custom Setting Menu), which I now have turned on by mặc định. I love sầu this feature because it remembers where my focus point was for both landscape & portrait orientation. For example, if I photograph a bride in a horizontal orientation và set my focus point, I can switch lớn portrait orientation, move my focus point và when I go back and forth between the two, my focus point will be remembered for both orientations! This is a neat feature that can be very helpful when you switch between two different orientations in a fast-paced environment. When photographing the bridal party on a wedding day, I often switch between horizontal and vertical orientation, so that I can capture the whole toàn thân in the vertical orientation. With this setting, I keep my focus points at different locations, so switching bachồng & forth is super easy – all I have lớn vị is refocus and shoot!

NIKON D750 + 50mm f/1.2
ISO 100, 1/250, f/8.0

An important enhancement to the menu system that sets the D750 apart from other Nikon DSLR cameras (D600/D610/D800/D810 and others) is the dedicated “Easy ISO” setting (d8 in Custom Setting Menu). If you vị not know what “Easy ISO” does, it basically allows you khổng lồ quickly change ISO with the front dial when shooting in Aperture Priority mode (by mặc định, the front dial is inactive in Aperture Priority mode).

Previously, there was a setting called “ISO display và adjustments” and if you picked “Show ISO/Easy ISO”, you could change the rear dial khổng lồ adjust your ISO, but the top LCD display would no longer show the number of remaining shots, which was an annoyance for me & the reason why I preferred not to lớn use it (on the D800E and D810, I programmed my đoạn phim recording button lớn change ISO). With the D750, Nikon changed the behavior – now the Easy ISO function works as it should & the remaining shutter count is always displayed. The LCD screen on the top of the camera might be smaller, but Nikon was able lớn fit more numbers to the left of the remaining shots. Thanks lớn this, now I have sầu Easy ISO turned on và love sầu how quickly & easily it can be adjusted on my D750.

Movie shooters will love sầu the new Movie Shooting Menu. Now you can control things lượt thích file naming, memory card destination, video frame size/rate, movie chất lượng, ISO, White balance, etc for recording movies directly from this menu, which makes things much less confusing for both videographers and photographers.

NIKON D750 + Zeiss Distagon T* 2/35 ZF.2
ISO 100, 1/160, f/5.6

Another great feature that I have already mentioned before, is the fact that you can program the OK button to zoom to lớn 1:1 magnification when viewing images. Nikon also changed the way you can vày this – now there is a separate “OK button” thực đơn setting (f1 in Custom Setting Menu), so all you have to vị is go there, then select “Playbaông chồng mode”, then “Zoom on/off”, and pick 1:1 (100%) magnification. After you press OK, you will never want lớn go back khổng lồ zooming in and out of your images again!

Just lượt thích the newer Nikon DSLR cameras, the D750 also comes with the “Exposure delay mode“, with up to 3-second delay (d4 in Custom Setting Menu) that can be used in conjunction with “Self-Timer”. For example, you can set the Self-Timer khổng lồ 5 seconds & turn Exposure Delay on with a 3-second delay. Once the shutter button is pressed, the camera will wait for five sầu seconds, raise the mirror, wait for three seconds, then open and cđại bại the shutter, then put the mirror bachồng down. This will prevent pretty much any sort of camera shake – the equivalent of using mirror lock-up (MLU) mode with a cable release.

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NIKON D750 + Zeiss Distagon T* 2/35 ZF.2
ISO 100, 1/1000, f/5.6

In terms of ease of use, the information screen on the D750 is very friendly and Nikon has now added a separate “i” button khổng lồ the left of the LCD for quichồng changes lớn such settings as Picture Control, Active sầu D-Lighting, HDR, Button Assignment, etc. While I like và welcome this change, I wish Nikon provided a way to add và remove sầu items khổng lồ & from this danh sách. Or perhaps if there was a way to quickly access the “My Menu” thực đơn page instead, it would be great too…

NIKON D750 + Zeiss Distagon T* 2/35 ZF.2
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