The new Nikon D750 is now part of this month's lens instant rebate program, but the only FX lenses you can combine it with are:
- Nikkor 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR lens (100$ off)
- Nikkor 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens ($150 off)
- Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED lens ($200 off)
The above lenses can be combined also with the D750 + 24-120mm f/4 lens kit.
Today DC.Watch published a long interview with the team that developed the D750 DSLR camera. Most of the Google translation is hard to follow, but I came across an interesting Q&A: the 51 points AF system inside the D750 is indeed narrower when compared to the D810. The reason for that is the reduced height of the D750 body and size of the pentaprism - Nikon had to compromise in order to keep the D750 body smaller.
Update #1 - Nikon selected the 1/4000 shutter speed (and not 1/8000) for the same reason: make the body smaller.
Update #2 - here is a visual comparison of the D750 and D810 focusing systems (both pictures taken from the viewfinder):
A quick Nikon D750 review by Pedro Lastra (flickr):
Here is my quick review of this brand new Nikon camera and its ground breaking technologies. This review is very much biased to my personal shooting style and preferences and may not be as relevant to photographers with alternate workflows:
The Nikon D750 kit with 24-120mm f/4 lens is now in stock at Amazon and BestBuy. This combo priced at around $3,000 offers $600 in savings (the D750 body is $2,300, the Nikkor 24-120 f/4 is $1,300).
B&H and Adorama are currently closed and will most likely update their listings on Sunday.
Update: this is the Nikon D200 - false alarm. Sorry, I should have known.
I have not done one of those "real of fake" posts for a long time. Take a look at this picture of Italian photographer Sergio Derosas holding a Nikon D400 camera. Real or fake?
For comparison, here is a picture of the Nikon D300s camera:
Nikon released firmware updates v.1.2 for the Coolpix P600 ($399) and Coolpix P340 ($346) cameras: