Unboxing the Nikon D750, one of Nikon’s latest full frame cameras Nikon is offering this camera in a kit with the Nikkor 24 – 70 mm f2.8 lens.
I’ll be unboxing this camera in today’s video.
Please share this video with other camera buffs. https://youtu.be/f8saE0ArIUg
Some of the latest additions to this Nikon is an articulated 2.5 inch LED viewing screen. I don’t think this is a must-have but it is certainly not a bother in any way.
Another feature which has been added which I forgot to mention in the video is an advanced video power aperture. This provides smoother iris changes as you’re shooting different video scenes. I always felt this was lacking in previous Nikon models. I found the video level adjustments to be a bit jarring. And, as a result, I had to spend more time than I wanted in the edit suite to correct this problem. But all is good now with this latest Nikon model.
Nikon D750 – Historic Past
Nikon is a very reputable company so I have always felt comfortable owning one of their cameras.
This camera company has been around for over a 100 years. Since 1917 to be exact. So to last this long you know they have to be doing something right.
Nikon has their own brand of lens, which I mentioned above. Nikkor is the name they go by and they are used in multiple industries that need imaging lens.
If you’re a videographer who enjoys shooting video as much as taking photos you owe it to yourself to take a close look at this camera. I hope you found this Nikon D750 unboxing helpful. I think slowly but surely many in the video production industry are seeing the benefits of having a DSLR camera in their toolkit when it comes to shooting video.