Record Screens & Menus

Featuring a large 3.2-inch LCD screen, the D750 displays all of its shooting information with this easy-to-ready display when shooting with the optical viewfinder. The screen also shows any settings that have a button on the camera body, so it is easy to know what changes you are making. It would be nice if we could select any of the settings on this display to make changes with the 8-way controller.





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In Live View mode, the D750 has the ability to operate just like any point-n-shoot camera that you can find on the market. Auto mode takes care of all of the camera's settings for you, leaving you to just point, zoom and shoot without worry.





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Program mode is another automatic shooting mode with the difference that the user has control over many of the shooting settings, while the camera adjusts the aperture and shutter speed to meet your requirements. Pressing the "info" button lets you change the amount and type of information that is shown about the scene. A grid and electronic level are also available to help you compose your images.





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As with all dSLRs, the camera features its full manual, aperture priority and shutter priority shooting modes. In both regular and Live View shooting, the photographer has total control over the camera and the images that is captured.





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For tough shooting situations, the D750 has a small list of preset scene modes to help make your life a little easier: Portrait, Landscape, Child, Sports, Close up, Night Portrait, Night Landscape, Party/Indoor, Beach/Snow, Sunset, Dusk/Dawn, Pet Portrait, Candlelight, Blossom, Autumn Colors and Food.





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Nikon has also included some creative shooting effects: Night Vision, Color Sketch, Miniature Effect, Selective Color, Silhouette, High Key and Low Key.





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Above is the menu that is found when pushing the "i" button on the back of the camera. These settings have been pulled from the different camera menus and added here because they are some of the most-used or popular shooting settings to be changed. This collection allows you to access them quickly and all in one place.





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Shooting Menu:
  • Reset Shooting Menu - Reset the shooting settings to the factory defaults
  • Storage Folder - Choose the folder that the camera will store your images in
  • File Naming - Set the parameters for the naming of your captured images
  • Role Played by card in Slot 2 - Overflow, Backup, RAW Slot 1 - JPEG Slot 2
  • Image Quality - NEF + JPEG (Fine, Normal, Basic), NEF, JPEG (Fine, Normal, Basic)
  • Image Size - Large 6016x4016, Medium 4512x3008, Small 3008x2008
  • Image Area - Auto DX crop (on or off), Choose (FX, 1.2x, DX)
  • JPEG Compression - Size Priority, Optimal Quality
  • NEF recording - Type (lossless, compressed), NEF bit depth (12-bit, 14-bit)
  • White Balance - Auto 1-2, Incandescent, Fluorescent 1-7, Direct Sunlight, Flash, Cloudy, Shade, Choose Color Temp, Preset Manual
  • Set Picture Control - Standard, Neutral, Vivid, Monochrome, Portrait, Landscape, Flat
  • Manage Picture Control - Allows you to edit, save and delete the picture controls
  • Auto Distortion Control - On or Off
  • Color Space - sRGB, Adobe RGB
  • Active D-Lighting - Auto, Extra High, High, Normal, Low, Off
  • HDR (high dynamic range) - HDR Mode (Off, On series, On single photo), HDR Strength (Auto, Extra High, High, Normal, Low)
  • Vignette control - High, Normal, Low, Off
  • Auto Distortion Control - On or Off
  • Long Exposure NR - On or Off
  • High ISO NR - High, Normal, Low, Off
  • ISO Sensitivity Settings - ISO Sensitivity (Auto, Low (1, 0.7, 0.3), 100, 125, 160, 200, 250, 320, 400, 500, 640, 800, 1000, 1250, 1600, 2000, 2500, 3200, 4000, 5000, 6400, 12800, Hi (0.3, 0.7, 1, 2) - Auto ISO Sensitivity Control (On or Off) - Maximum Sensitivity (set between ISO 200 and Hi 2) - Minimum Shutter Speed (Auto, 1/2000s - 1s)
  • Remote Control Mode - Delayed Remote, Quick Response Remote, Remote Mirror-Up, Off
  • Multiple Exposure - On or Off, Number of shots, auto gain on or off
  • Interval Timer Shooting - Choose start time for interval shooting, number of images and time between images
  • Time Lapse Photography - Choose start time for interval shooting, number of images and time between images





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Custom Menu:

  • Autofocus
    • a1 AF-C priority selection - Choose from "release" or "focus"
    • a2 AF-S priority selection - Choose from "release" or "focus"
    • a3 Focus Tracking with lock-on - Chooses the response time for adjusting focus
    • a4 Focus Point Illumination - Manual Focus Mode, Dynamic-area AF display, Group-area AF illumination
    • a5 AF Point Illumination - Select how the focus points are illuminated
    • a6 Focus point wrap-around - wrap or no wrap-around
    • a7 Number of focus points - choose 11 or 51 focus points
    • a8 Store Points by Orientation - Yes or No
    • a9 Built-in AF-assist Illuminator - On or Off

  • Metering/Exposure
    • b1 ISO sensitivity step value - 1/3 or 1/2 step
    • b2 EV steps for exposure control - 1/3 or 1/2 step
    • b3 Easy exposure compensation - on(auto reset), on, off
    • b4 Matrix Metering - Face Detection On, Face Detection Off
    • b5 Center-weighted area - choose the area given most weight
    • b6 Fine tune optimal exposure - customize optimal exposure for each metering method

  • Timers/AE Lock
    • c1 Shutter-Release Button AE-L - Controls whether the exposure locks when the shutter release is half-pressed, or only when the AE-L/AF-L button is depressed
    • c2 Standby Timer - No Limit, 30m, 10m, 5m, 1m, 30s, 10s, 6s, 4s
    • c3 Self-timer - Length of self-timer delay: 2, 5, 10, 20S; Number of shots: 1 - 9, and interval between shots: .5s, 1s, 2s, or 3s.
    • c4 Monitor off delay - select how long monitor displays before turning off automatically
    • c5 Remote on duration - 1, 5, 10 or 15 minutes

  • Shooting/Display
    • d1 Beep - Volume (Off, 1, 2, 3), Pitch (High or Low)
    • d2 Continuous Low-speed - choose between 1 and 6fps
    • d3 Max. continuous release - 1 - 100
    • d4 Exposure Delay Mode - Delay shutter release by 1, 2 or 3 sec to minimize camera shake caused by mirror slap
    • d5 Flash Warning - on or off
    • d6 File No. Seq. - Sequential file numbering options (On, Off or Reset)
    • d7 Viewfinder Grid Display - Turns on grid lines in viewfinder
    • d8 Easy ISO - On or Off
    • d9 Information Display - auto/manual
    • d10 LCD illumination - on or off
    • d11 MB-D16 battery type - select type of battery being used so the battery life meter will be accurate(when using battery grip)
    • d12 Battery order - select which battery is used first

  • Bracketing/Flash
    • e1 Flash Sync speed - choose from 1/250 (auto fp) to 1/60 seconds
    • e2 Flash shutter speed - select from 1/60 to 30 seconds
    • e3 Flash Control for Built-in Flash - Controls built-in flash mode, TTL, Manual, Repeating flash, and Commander mode
    • e4 Exposure Comp. for Flash - Entire Frame, Background only
    • e5 Modeling Flash - on or off
    • e6 Auto Bracketing set - Controls what settings are used in AE Bracketing mode: AE bracketing, WB bracketing, ADL bracketing
    • e7 Bracketing order - choose order for auto bracketing

  • Controls
    • f1 OK button(shooting mode) - select what the OK button does in shooting mode
    • f2 Assign Fn Button - Controls the function performed by the FN (function) button
    • f3 Assign the preview button - choose the function of the preview button
    • f4 Assign AE-L/AF-L Button - Choose the role of the AE-L/AF-L button; AE/AF Lock, AE lock only, AF lock only, AE lock (hold), AF-ON, FV lock
    • f5 Customize command dials - select role of the command dials
    • f6 Release button to use dial - selects whether or not you need to hold down a selected button to use the control dial to change the setting.
    • f7 Slot empty release lock - choose whether the shutter can be released when no memory card is in camera.
    • f8 Reverse indicators - decide what side the positive and negative values are displayed for certain exposure values.
    • f9 Assign movie record - choose what function the button will handle
    • f10 Assign MB-D16 AE-L/AF-L button - choose what function the button will handle
    • f11 Assign remote (WR) Fn button - Live View, Same as camera Fn, Same as camera Pv, Same as camera AE-L/AF-L, None

  • Movie
    • g1 Assign Fn Button - Index Marking, View Photo Shooting Info, AE/AF Lock, AE Lock Only, AE Lock (Hold), AF Lock Only, AF-On, None
    • g2 Assign Preview Button - Index Marking, View Photo Shooting Info, AE/AF Lock, AE Lock Only, AE Lock (Hold), AF Lock Only, AF-On, None
    • g3 Assign AE-L/AF-L button - Index Marking, View Photo Shooting Info, AE/AF Lock, AE Lock Only, AE Lock (Hold), AF Lock Only, AF-On, None
    • g4 Assign Shutter Button - Take Photos, Record Movies





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The D750 features the same powerful video recording setup that is featured in the D810. This gives the user the maximum amount of control possible over all of the aspects of the recording process with a maximum recording resolution of 1080p at 60fps.





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Movie Shooting Mode:
  • Reset Movie Shooting Menu -
  • File Naming - Choose the file naming scheme (DSC is default)
  • Destination - Choose memory card to record to
  • Frame Size/Frame Rate - 1080 (60p, 50p, 30p, 25p, 24p), 720 (60p, 50p)
  • Movie Quality - High, Normal
  • Microphone Sensitivity - Auto, Manual, Off
  • Frequency Response - Wide Range, Vocal Range
  • Wind Noise Reduction - On or Off
  • Image Area - FX, DX; Auto DX crop - on or off
  • White Balance - Auto 1-2, Incandescent, Fluorescent 1-7, Direct Sunlight, Flash, Cloudy, Shade, Choose Color Temp, Preset Manual
  • Set Picture Control - Same as Photo, Standard, Neutral, Vivid, Monochrome, Portrait, Landscape, Flat
  • Manage Picture Control - Allows you to edit, save and delete the picture controls
  • High ISO NR - High, Normal, Low, Off
  • Movie ISO Sensitivity Settings - ISO sensitivity mode M (100, 125, 160, 200, 250, 320, 400, 500, 640, 800, 1000, 1250, 1600, 2000, 2500, 3200, 4000, 5000, 6400, 12800, Hi (0.3, 0.7, 1, 2), Auto ISO control mode M (On or Off), Maximum sensitivity (Choose the highest ISO sensitivity)
  • Time-lapse photography - Control all aspects of your time-lapse images


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