Well it's finally here: today Nikon announced its very latest FX-format camera, the D750. Filling in the gap between the D610 and the D810, the D750 offers 24MP, a 51-point AF system that's more light sensitive than the D810, a 6.5fps maximum frame-rate, built-in Wi-Fi, a vari-angle, tilting LCD, EXPEED 4 processor and 1080/60p video recording capability. The only thing that seems to be lacking from the D750 compared to the older D700 is the AF-On button (which some people will miss, but most won't find to be a deal breaker). At only $2299 US (SRP), we think this will be a very popular camera and makes Nikon's FX lineup of cameras all the more formidable.
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Nikon is now accepting submissions for their 34th international photo contest, which has been running yearly since 1969. The Nikon Photo Contest International provides an opportunity for photographers around the world to communicate and to enrich image-making culture for professionals and amateurs alike.
This year there are 4 photography categories and 2 video categories available for submissions, and the top prize includes a cash award of 1,000,000 YEN (approx. $10,000 US).
Numerous other prizes are available, in addition to the prestige of winning and having your portfolio featured on the site.
Visit the Nikon photo contest site for more details and instructions on how to submit your entries.