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Additional Nikon D750 Specs Surface, Possible 51point AF & 8Fps

By Anthony Thurston on August 26th 2014

We first talked about the Nikon D750 rumor early last week and since then, there have been a few specs rumors. Today, we have some interesting new tidbits that have surfaced about the upcoming Nikon camera.


According to a rumor report over on Nikon Rumors, the Nikon D750, could feature a 24MP sensor, 51 AF points, shoot 8fps, and come complete with a 91k pixel RGB sensor. This is notable for a few reasons: there is no current FF 24mp Nikon camera with a 51 point AF system, so if this report is accurate, it would be something completely new.

The 91k pixel RGB sensor it mentions is also notable because that is the same system in the D800 line of cameras, which makes sense for Nikon to reuse.

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It is, of course, notable that this information comes from a web source, not one of NR’s usual sources, so deserves some major salt application. But still, these are some specs that are worth discussing, and will likely make many happy if they turn out to be true.


What are your thoughts on these new Nikon D750 specs? Do you think that these are what Nikon D700 users will want to upgrade to, or is Nikon screwing up? Leave a comment below!

[via Nikon Rumors]

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Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

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  1. Eric Sharpe

    I’ve got my money at aside already, and will likely be excited about additional full frame offerings from nikon.

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  2. Austin Swenson

    I tell you what, If I was a Nikon shooter looking into getting a reasonable all around good performing camera, I would totally slam 2600-2800 down on the table for this… Waiting to see what happens with this, even though I am still sticking with Sony.

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  3. Stephen Velasquez

    I don’t see this camera with a better image quality than the D7100, d600/D610 camera’s. I see this camera as a solution for professional weeding and sport photographers who don’t need the specs of a D800/800E/810. I don’t see this camera out perfuming the others past 6400 ISO either, not that I am complaining because I can get clean usable files at 3200 with the D600 and D800. It will be cool if they add a group c in the Nikon CLS in body system.

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  4. Chuck Navarro

    $2600 is probably where it will be at. At that price with better low light focusing and low noise. Count me in.

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  5. Matthew Saville

    SHUT UP AND TAKE MY ~$2600-$2800!!!

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    • Vince Arredondo

      You’re right! I own the D600. Wonderful camera, it does handle noise decently. I would say any improve over D600/D610 in this department + 51 points AF System… yes they can take my money away!

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    • Nick Viton

      Seriously. Sign me up for one of these puppies (so long as those 51 AF points are spread out throughout the frame, not all bunched up in the middle, no dust issues, sync speed > 1/200th, 1/8000 shutter speed, live view aperture control in video, has a massive buffer, and a pro body instead of a recycled D7000/D7100/D610 body)!

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    • Rob Hall

      Nick, it’s full frame, they will be bunched up in the middle. Maybe not AS condensed as the D600 series but likely no more area than a d800 series or d4 series. Thats just the nature of full frame cameras.

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  6. Vince Arredondo

    I want to see how it handles noise at high ISO. As a wedding photographer that is a deal breaker or maker.

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    • Matthew Saville

      Simply put, there is no way for it to be as good as the D4s / Df, but it will certainly be an incremental improvement above the D610. I’d bet it’ll be closer to the D610 than the D4s / Df, unfortunately, but either way there’s going to be some epic looking ISO 6400 / 12800 no matter what.

      Make your decision based on this assumption, and you’ll be safe.


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    • Rafael Steffen

      I have to agree to your comment, since I started shooting full frame, the night shots are so much sharper and looks much nicer.

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    • Rafael Steffen

      This is going to be the sweet spot for event photography! I can´t wait to see the promo vídeos Nikon will be releasing soon.

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  7. Nick Viton

    (in response to “there is no current 24mp Nikon camera with a 51 point AF system…”)

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  8. Nick Viton

    FYI, the D7100 is 24mp and has a 51 point AF system.

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    • Anthony Thurston

      Ok, I meant full frame. I will clarify. thx :)

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    • Rafael Steffen

      The Nikon D7100 is a great camera for daytime, but for night and events photography, I have to say that the full frame sensor makes the difference.

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