Nikon D750 D-SLR Camera Full-Frame (24.3MP) 3.2 inch LCD £1377.00 @ Amazon
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Nikon D750 D-SLR Camera Full-Frame (24.3MP) 3.2 inch LCD £1377.00 @ Amazon

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Found 24th Oct 2015
Nikon D750 Digital SLR Camera with Wi-Fi (24.3MP) 3.2 inch LCD

Body only - £1,377.36

Review here: -
dpreview.com/rev…750
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£1337 + delivery now
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£1337 + delivery now


Check out the link on the right hand side. Make sure you are looking at the "Sold by Amazon" link. Any others may be grey imports so best to check. The Amazon deal is £1,364.54 'Eligible for FREE UK delivery'.

Edited by: "TK42" 24th Oct 2015
£35 cheaper than CameraPriceBuster has ever recorded and still people vote it cold.

Usual ignorance or brand bias, the people here really need to learn what a deal is.
Oneday77

£35 cheaper than CameraPriceBuster has ever recorded and still people … £35 cheaper than CameraPriceBuster has ever recorded and still people vote it cold. Usual ignorance or brand bias, the people here really need to learn what a deal is.


A less than 3% saving on an item costing well over a grand is hardly going to get people into a frenzy!
Original Poster
This works out at at roughly 8% cheaper than any where else right now. 3% saving was some while ago! (_;)
£1,365 for a camera and your discussing delivery charges?! I think you should be discussing how this deal ended up on here!
TK42

This one is cheap, in comparison! … This one is cheap, in comparison! :)http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-sony-alpha-a7r-ii-body-1999-00-digital-rev-free-sandisk-32gb-extreme-sdhc-uhs-2306381



Wanted to embrace and love the A7 series but once you have it in hand (not ergonomic) and look through the digital viewfinder (laggy and not as good as reviews make out) I'm back on the search for a DSLR. Tempting the D750 is.
daBluone

Wanted to embrace and love the A7 series but once you have it in hand … Wanted to embrace and love the A7 series but once you have it in hand (not ergonomic) and look through the digital viewfinder (laggy and not as good as reviews make out) I'm back on the search for a DSLR. Tempting the D750 is.



As a D610 owner, you couldn't really do wrong by getting a D750. The only reason I didn't get one was the £700 price difference at the time
While the Sony Mirrorless get rave reviews. I'm very much an analogue viewfinder guy. Also I've yet to pick up a Mirrorless camera that had a good feel in my hand.
beeb123

£1,365 for a camera and your discussing delivery charges?! I think you … £1,365 for a camera and your discussing delivery charges?! I think you should be discussing how this deal ended up on here!



​There is no substitute for a semi-pro camera when you are a budding photographer. This does so much more than a £300 dslr. I wouldn't pay this much, but if you have the money and the time to dedicate to photography this looks an excellent camera.
Oneday77

As a D610 owner, you couldn't really do wrong by getting a D750. The only … As a D610 owner, you couldn't really do wrong by getting a D750. The only reason I didn't get one was the £700 price difference at the time :)While the Sony Mirrorless get rave reviews. I'm very much an analogue viewfinder guy. Also I've yet to pick up a Mirrorless camera that had a good feel in my hand.



I think the D750 got a Sony sensor. And the phenomenal ISO performance of the A7 cannot be ignored. EVFs have the potential to become a lot better in the near future. I think its time Nikon and Canon become a lot more innovative and offer substantial improvements in order to keep up with the mirrorless competition. Im mirrorless fan but i dont want to see Sony monopolizing the top end of the market.
beeb123

£1,365 for a camera and your discussing delivery charges?! I think you … £1,365 for a camera and your discussing delivery charges?! I think you should be discussing how this deal ended up on here!



Oh shut up. Get out of this thread. With two of these you could make £2500 in a day shooting weddings. You know nothing so why even bother coming here.

Heat added OP.
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pwel

I think the D750 got a Sony sensor. And the phenomenal ISO performance of … I think the D750 got a Sony sensor. And the phenomenal ISO performance of the A7 cannot be ignored. EVFs have the potential to become a lot better in the near future. I think its time Nikon and Canon become a lot more innovative and offer substantial improvements in order to keep up with the mirrorless competition. Im mirrorless fan but i dont want to see Sony monopolizing the top end of the market.


There's a nice comparison of the two here: -
1000wordpics.blogspot.co.uk/201…tml
pwel

I think the D750 got a Sony sensor. And the phenomenal ISO performance of … I think the D750 got a Sony sensor. And the phenomenal ISO performance of the A7 cannot be ignored. EVFs have the potential to become a lot better in the near future. I think its time Nikon and Canon become a lot more innovative and offer substantial improvements in order to keep up with the mirrorless competition. Im mirrorless fan but i dont want to see Sony monopolizing the top end of the market.



Yes Sony make amazing sensors which end up in a lot of cameras and smartphones (but Nikon use their own algorithms and processors) and the mirrorless market has come along way, but the death of the DSLR has been over played in the market. See how the A7 has gotten bigger and heavier to try and be more ergonomic. It does get amazing results and the option to use legacy glass is a huge pro.

While the digital viewfinder brings a lot of fancy tech and information to the eye I want to see as close as possible to what my eye can see and optical will always win for me. And not because I'm stubborn, I love cutting edge technology but it has to replace what I already have and be better. For me personally it's not just about the final shot, it's the experience and interaction with the camera and the moment. I try most new cameras and too many feel horrible in the hand and to use.

I 100% agree that Nikon and Canon need to innovate more. I'd like them to focus on fewer models and offer more advancements rather than stick with the drip feed approach and flood the market with so many level entry models that people will soon out grow.

Sony is on the edge and is pushing things forward so it's a good thing and Nikon and Canon will have to respond (hopefully with something serious and not just "gadgets").


Edited by: "daBluone" 25th Oct 2015
MusicmanJP

Oh shut up. Get out of this thread. With two of these you could make … Oh shut up. Get out of this thread. With two of these you could make £2500 in a day shooting weddings. You know nothing so why even bother coming here. Heat added OP.



​Keep your hair on... I was only having a laugh. I was only impersonating people who don't have a clue about cameras. Heat added!!
TK42

There's a nice comparison of the two here: … There's a nice comparison of the two here: -http://1000wordpics.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/nikon-d750-vs-sony-a7-mark-ii.html



Yes to this "If only there was one way to combine the best qualities of both cameras.... "
TK42

There's a nice comparison of the two here: … There's a nice comparison of the two here: -http://1000wordpics.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/nikon-d750-vs-sony-a7-mark-ii.html



cheers, a very interesting comparison, give the edge to Nikon but if i will have to choose I ll go for the Sony just because of size,meaning i can have it 9/10 times with me
daBluone

Yes Sony make amazing sensors which end up in a lot of cameras and … Yes Sony make amazing sensors which end up in a lot of cameras and smartphones (but Nikon use their own algorithms and processors) and the mirrorless market has come along way, but the death of the DSLR has been over played in the market. See how the A7 has gotten bigger and heavier to try and be more ergonomic. It does get amazing results and the option to use legacy glass is a huge pro.While the digital viewfinder brings a lot of fancy tech and information to the eye I want to see as close as possible to what my eye can see and optical will always win for me. And not because I'm stubborn, I love cutting edge technology but it has to replace what I already have and be better. For me personally it's not just about the final shot, it's the experience and interaction with the camera and the moment. I try most new cameras and too many feel horrible in the hand and to use.I 100% agree that Nikon and Canon need to innovate more. I'd like them to focus on fewer models and offer more advancements rather than stick with the drip feed approach and flood the market with so many level entry models that people will soon out grow. Sony is on the edge and is pushing things forward so it's a good thing and Nikon and Canon will have to respond (hopefully with something serious and not just "gadgets").



I agree with everything you are saying, and Id love to see more good dslr out there although probably I ll never justify the need of buying one...and I can understand the advantage of the optical viewfinder specially if you are a pro or in action photography. But to you think there is any other reason for the mirror to be there..? thats why I believe that the dslr platform as we know it sooner or later will be obsolete..what I see is Nikon and Canon drip feeding it as you say, just to keep it alive as long as the sales are quite sufficient...I agree the ergonomics and built quality of the mirrorless are not there yet (in fact on Sony's are s**** to be honest and although im not a Sony fan, ive got a Nex5 and I really like it better than my eos m for everyday shooting)...all the weaknesses of the mirrorless are not inherent of the platform and can be easily sorted in the future....the advantage of having a capable camera in your jacket's side pocket (and couple of pr
....(and a couple of prime's on the other side:-) is huge!
Paid £1,150 in Dixons duty-free two months ago at LHR T5.
Oneday77

£35 cheaper than CameraPriceBuster has ever recorded and still people … £35 cheaper than CameraPriceBuster has ever recorded and still people vote it cold. Usual ignorance or brand bias, the people here really need to learn what a deal is.


People that have no interest in Photography will vote it cold instead of just ignoring it
Is this better than a Honda CB750? What's the top speed of this?
RS_67

Is this better than a Honda CB750? What's the top speed of this?



Lol
I love my D3300 and its a fraction of this price
This probably has 1080p @ 60fps or higher and wireless capabilities..
You can get it from Portus (grey import) for £1015 and you get a 3 year warranty...

portusdigital.com/cam…tml

I understand that many don't want to go the "grey import" route but it's quite a big saving...
Oneday77

£35 cheaper than CameraPriceBuster has ever recorded and still people … £35 cheaper than CameraPriceBuster has ever recorded and still people vote it cold. Usual ignorance or brand bias, the people here really need to learn what a deal is.

RS_67

Is this better than a Honda CB750? What's the top speed of this?

mistafaz

I love my D3300 and its a fraction of this price


That's the ignorance factor.



If PC Bill has one, I reckon his ticket will beat you home.



Good to hear. Most people buy a cheap DSLR and then lose it in a cupboard. Having worked my way up from a D3100, to a d7000 and now D610. I can appreciate the different levels of quality and sensor improvements.
Some day you may decide to upgrade but don't bother if you're not missing anything.
I upgraded to one of these from a D7000, its very nice ! It would be even better with a higher burst speed of say 8 fps (matching the D700 with a grip) instead of 6.5 fps. Although not many full frame camera's at the price beat 6.5
I paid £1350 for mine in the summer, had a 10% voucher from Very :-)

Good camera but I'm on my third now with focussing issues locking up and the flash not going off due to the redesigned hot shoe that Nikon decided to stick an extra millimetre in meaning the flash moves out of contact with the body. Nice camera but I have no confidence in it until they update the firmware and Nikon support is really woeful. Still using my d600 over the d750 and really looking forward to the new Pentax full frame.
Edited by: "cabstar" 25th Oct 2015
RS_67

Is this better than a Honda CB750? What's the top speed of this?



Having owned a Honda CB750 in the late 70's, I guarantee that the Nikon D750 handles a lot better and will probably be more reliable.
Still shooting on a D90. Tempted by this. Any reported oil leaks on this model?
osiris

People that have no interest in Photography will vote it cold instead of … People that have no interest in Photography will vote it cold instead of just ignoring it


Often seems more interest in cameras than photography round here.
Going to buy the Sony A7ii instead
stephenr

Still shooting on a D90. Tempted by this. Any reported oil leaks on this … Still shooting on a D90. Tempted by this. Any reported oil leaks on this model?


Haven't heard of any. My D610 has been fine. As the 600 was the main protagonist in that scandal id probably be aware
MusicmanJP

Oh shut up. Get out of this thread. With two of these you could make … Oh shut up. Get out of this thread. With two of these you could make £2500 in a day shooting weddings. You know nothing so why even bother coming here. Heat added OP.



Whooshh
I got an import from Panamoz. Paid £1375 including 24-120mm F4 lens - upgrading from a D5000 (which I had a couple of FX lenses for already). Been cracking in the few months that I've had it so far; in low light it is tremendous.
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MusicmanJP

Oh shut up. Get out of this thread. With two of these you could make … Oh shut up. Get out of this thread. With two of these you could make £2500 in a day shooting weddings. You know nothing so why even bother coming here. Heat added OP.



pwel

I think the D750 got a Sony sensor. And the phenomenal ISO performance of … I think the D750 got a Sony sensor. And the phenomenal ISO performance of the A7 cannot be ignored. EVFs have the potential to become a lot better in the near future. I think its time Nikon and Canon become a lot more innovative and offer substantial improvements in order to keep up with the mirrorless competition. Im mirrorless fan but i dont want to see Sony monopolizing the top end of the market.


The A7s has very good ISO performance but is only 12.2MP. I used to have a A7II, but wasn't that blown away with the ISO performance, the D750 seems better in this respect which is something that is backed up in this comparison photographylife.com/rev…i/6

daBluone

Yes Sony make amazing sensors which end up in a lot of cameras and … Yes Sony make amazing sensors which end up in a lot of cameras and smartphones (but Nikon use their own algorithms and processors) and the mirrorless market has come along way, but the death of the DSLR has been over played in the market. See how the A7 has gotten bigger and heavier to try and be more ergonomic. It does get amazing results and the option to use legacy glass is a huge pro.While the digital viewfinder brings a lot of fancy tech and information to the eye I want to see as close as possible to what my eye can see and optical will always win for me. And not because I'm stubborn, I love cutting edge technology but it has to replace what I already have and be better. For me personally it's not just about the final shot, it's the experience and interaction with the camera and the moment. I try most new cameras and too many feel horrible in the hand and to use.I 100% agree that Nikon and Canon need to innovate more. I'd like them to focus on fewer models and offer more advancements rather than stick with the drip feed approach and flood the market with so many level entry models that people will soon out grow. Sony is on the edge and is pushing things forward so it's a good thing and Nikon and Canon will have to respond (hopefully with something serious and not just "gadgets").



The biggest advantage with digital EVF's is that they don't blackout when shooting video like optical ones do with the mirror up....filming, arms outstretched with a heavy SLR, squinting at the rear LCD in sunlight, is not ideal.
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toaster

The biggest advantage with digital EVF's is that they don't blackout when … The biggest advantage with digital EVF's is that they don't blackout when shooting video like optical ones do with the mirror up....filming, arms outstretched with a heavy SLR, squinting at the rear LCD in sunlight, is not ideal.


Good for video but not so good for photography. The Fuji X-T1 EVF is quite good though, now if Fuji did Full-Frame.
Excellent camera, nice price. Heat for that.

Done my camera upgrade this summer and in the end had to go mirrorless. Just couldn't find a way to justify a bulky camera when the A7 quality, especially in the dark was, was so good. Last cam was a Nikon and was very happy with it FWIW.

For me those days are over though. Excited to see where mirrorless goes from here. Hats off to Sony, hate to jump on the bandwagon, but credit where it's due and all that.
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