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Early Look 9

Check out our Sample Shots using the Nikon D750

We just received our Nikon D750 review unit this week, definitely another exciting DSLR release from Nikon. The Editor-in-Chief of Steve’s Digicams, Will Chambers, and one of our senior reviewers, Josh Fate, have already started testing it out, thus we have a few of our standard sample shots to show off (the same comparison shots you see in all of our reviews).

In addition to the re-sized versions below (which can be clicked to enlarge), we have included a link to the original sizes (6016 x 4016) below each photo. You will also find our camera settings for each photo listed above each sample shot.

Auto mode

Nikon D750 - Outside - Cannon

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Program mode, ISO 100

Nikon D750 - Outside - Brick Theater

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Auto mode

Nikon D750 - Outside - Golden Dragon

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Av mode f/11, ISO 100

Nikon D750 - Outside - Museum

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Av mode f/5.6, ISO 100

Nikon D750 - Outside - President

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Av mode f/11, ISO 100

Nikon D750 - Outside - Home

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Av mode f/8 with flash, ISO 400, manual focus, VR off

Nikon D750 - Inside - Comparison Shot 1

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Av mode f/8, ISO Lo1.0 (equivalent to ISO 50), manual focus, VR off

Nikon D750 - Inside - Comparison Shot 2

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Av mode f/8, ISO 640, manual focus, VR off

Nikon D750 - Inside - Comparison Shot 3

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Av mode f/8, ISO 3200, manual focus, VR off

Nikon D750 - Inside - Comparison Shot 4

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Av mode f/8, ISO 12800, manual focus, VR off

Nikon D750 - Inside - Comparison Shot 5

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We will be featuring additional blog posts related to the D750 in the coming weeks as well as the full review of the DSLR on Steve’s Digicams. Be sure to check out both in the future to see how it stacks up against the rest of Nikon’s camera lineup as well as competitor cameras.

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9 Comments

  • Steve says: September 28, 2014 at 9:18 am

    Sorry but I can take anything thing you say in this blog seriously when your post refer to Nikon’s aperture priotity mode as Av….

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    • Mike Flacy says: September 28, 2014 at 6:29 pm

      Av, or A, (otherwise known as Aperture Value) is a very common abbreviation to use when referring to the Aperture Priority mode.

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  • Don Gilmore says: October 1, 2014 at 11:04 am

    Mike: I see a lot of resolution but to me it looks like there is less Dynamic Range. For example: I’ve seen other photos of the Golden Dragon you have posted here and the stand-alone sign seems dark in this photo, also the ABC sing on the right seems blown out. You’ve reviewed other cameras in the past that didn’t have those problems. What do you think?

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  • Will Chambers says: October 1, 2014 at 12:49 pm

    Don, I think what you are seeing is the Auto exposure system trying to deal with the very harsh early afternoon sunlight. We normally try to take this photo later in the afternoon, where the light is more pleasing. However, due to weather and time restraints, that’s not always possible. That might be causing the differences you see. As for the camera’s Dynamic Range. I feel the D750’s AE system handled the exposure rather well, with maybe just a smidgen of overexposure.

    There’s also a great deal of dynamic range. The detail is high in both the shadows, and the highlights. Even the text on the ABC sign you mentioned is easy to make out. We’ll be taking more photos of this subject once Josh gets back stateside with the D750, and we start working on the full review. Thanks for your questions. I hope my response was helpful to you.

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    • Don Gilmore says: October 2, 2014 at 11:40 am

      Thanks for the quick reply.

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  • Peter says: October 1, 2014 at 1:49 pm

    The image Av mode f/8, ISO Hi2.0 (equivalent to ISO 51200), manual focus, VR off is actually ISO = 12800 per the EXIF

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    • Will Chambers says: October 1, 2014 at 1:52 pm

      Good catch, I’ll correct that. Thanks Peter.

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  • Yaj says: October 15, 2014 at 10:39 am

    Are there D750 raws for download?

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