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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