Selecting a DSLR for your next camera opens you up to the Nikon universe of lenses and other accessories designed specifically to work with your D75.
Keeping it simple - For someone who is not too bothered about technicalities, this Nikon device works!
For those who are passionate about photography at a casual level but are prepared to make the occasional technical adjustments, the D75 is a very straightforward option. At this skill level you'll be comfortable utilising features such as the 51 "Auto Focus points" that this camera comes with.
To get your photos to the quality and spec that your high standards require, your camera should provide you with sufficient controls and tools to achieve this. One example is the range of Auto Focusing Modes that is available on the camera and the D75 does have a good set of options that caters for photographers with high skill levels.
For the professional photographer, the Nikon D75 makes no compromises. Calibration options on this camera are deep and varied which combines nicely with its generous Image Sensor Size (35.9 x 24 mm (mm)).
Casual videos - If the technicalities involved in altering video settings are not a priority, then this Nikon device is a very good option!
For those special occasions, this Nikon camera is a great companion as you traverse the floor.
Its always great to capture moments of delight at home or while spending time with family and friends on an outing. For this, the Nikon D75 is a great companion to have.
Capture the drama - This Nikon camera is is good partner for your craft. Filming in different situations requires a really good Image sensor and this camera packs one that measures at 35.9 x 24 mm mm which works very well for your needs.
If you're looking for that silky-smooth rendering of your videos, this camera has got it as its able to handle 60 FPS at 1080p resolutions.
Breathtaking transitions such as rolling clouds or city lights can captured as a time-lapse using the Nikon's in-built intervalometer
Low light recording can be tricky, however this camera has got what it takes to help you through that. This is because its minimum aperture number combined with it's maximum ISO sensitivity can produce crispy images with minimal noise.
There are times when you just want to take simple but great photos of things around you without bothering too much about camera settings. For that purpose, the D75 is a really good choice.
Actions shots are for more engaging than people posing for a photograph at events. The Nikon D75 comes with Auto Focus Tracking which helps ensure people in motion still look sharp in your photos.
Whether it's golf or tennis and everything in-between, the Tracking Focus capability in this camera allows you maintain your subject as the centre of attention even while in motion. It's Continuous Shooting Mode also helps take multiple shots in a couple of seconds allowing you assess a set of options you can pick from.
Taking photos while underwater is a lot of fun. You'll be able to bathe the subject of your photograph with the colours and hues only found when taking shots in an aquatic environment.
Whether on holiday or exploring new places, this camera from Nikon is a great choice. Taking photos of what's around you - near and far - with the D75 is a breeze.
In scenarios where animals are darting about, the burst mode on this camera comes in handy as well as it's Tracking Focus capability. The combination of these features and the 35.9 x 24 mm (mm) Image Sensor on this camera, provides you with a device that suits your wildlife photography needs - whether tranquil or dramatic.
If you've got requirements to take photos of a variety of landscapes, then the presence of multiple scene modes on a camera is helpful in order to setup quickly and start shooting. This model from Nikon has got this capability making it a suitable option for your needs. In addition, this model has the ability to select what parts of your frame you would like to focus on before you take the shot.
Sometimes carrying cables about just so you can move your photos across the devices can be a pain. Good thing this particular model comes with Wi-Fi.
The D75 combines style and a clever layout to create a camera that really stands out. Clean lines, high quality materials and a pristine finish ensure that this device will turn heads.
Whether you want to blend in, or have a camera that doesn’t attract unwanted attention, the basic design of the D75 fits the bill.
|Aperture Priority AE||Yes|
|Image Formats Supported||JPEG, RAW|
|Scene Modes Present||Yes|
|External Flash Connector||Yes|
|Auto Focus (AF) Points||51|
|Auto Focus (AF) Points Selection||1|
|ISO Sensitivity (max)||51200|
|Continuous Shooting Mode||Yes|
|Shutter Priority AE||Yes|
|Camcorder Media Type||SD, SDHC, SDXC|
|Maximum Video Resolution||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Video Formats Supported||H.264, MOV, MPEG4|
|Audio Formats Supported||LPCM|
|Headphone Output Type||3.5|
|Microphone Operation Mode||Stereo|
|Vari-angle LCD Display||Yes|
|Diopter Adjustment (D-D)||-3 to + 1 m|
|Image Sensor Size (W X H)||35.9 x 24 mm|
|Ports & Interfaces|
|HDMI (Mini) Ports Quantity||1|
|HDMI Ports Quantity||Yes|
|USB 2.0 Type-A Ports Quantity||1|
|Weight & Dimensions|