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Nikon D750 price and new specs show up online ahead of launch

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Nikon D750 price and new specs show up online ahead of launch

The price of the Nikon D750 has been leaked accidentally on a German website, which allows users to compare device prices, while also revealing some of the DSLR’s specs.

Nikon will reportedly announce the D750 sometime within the next few hours. In the meantime, more information about the DSLR has showed up rather early on a German website.

Among the details we can find the Nikon D750 price and a specifications list, the latter confirming the gossip talks that we have heard in the past from insider sources.

Nikon D750 price details
These are the Nikon D750 price details. The DSLR will retail for about €2,149 in Europe and, most likely, for about $2,500 in the US.

Nikon D750 price will definitely revolve around the $2,500 mark

Idealo.de is a German portal which helps users to compare product prices. Although Nikon has not announced the D750, yet, the DSLR is showing up in the results, courtesy of a store named Calumet.

It appears that Nikon will sell the camera in Europe for a price of €2,149, which translates into about $2,770. However, considering the fact that prices tend to be higher in Europe than in the US, we can assume that the D750 will be sold for about $2,500, which is something that we have heard in the past.

Additionally, a 24-120mm f/4 lens kit will be available for €2,699 / $3,480, just like the 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 lens kit.

We should note that there is nothing to be found on Calumet’s website, while Idealo.me has eventually corrected the mistake. Thankfully, NikonRumors has grabbed a screenshot of the whole deal.

A more detailed Nikon D750 specs list has been leaked, too

The specifications list is according to previously-leaked information. This means that the Nikon D750 will feature a 24.3-megapixel full frame CMOS sensor, EXPEED 4 image processor, and a 91K-pixel RGB sensor,

Its autofocus system will offer 51 focus points, which is identical to the one offered by the D810. Moreover, the camera comes with better mirror and shutter mechanism, in order to avoid the issues of both the D600 and D800/D800E.

The list includes a 3.2-inch 1.2-million dot tilting LCD screen, but the design of the DSLR will remain robust, offering protection against water droplets and dust. The Live View mode supports “exposure preview” and allows users to control the aperture.

One of the best features will consist of the dual SD card slot support. This will allow photographers to add two SD cards into their camera, meaning that photo shoots could take longer and the users will not be forced to swap cards.

The D750 will offer a normal ISO sensitivity range between 100 and 12800, which can be expanded between 50 and 51200.

But wait, there’s more!

Nikon has decided to add multiple improvements into this new model. Many Effects have been added along with better Picture Control and enhanced video recording features.

Speaking of which, the D750 will capture full HD videos at 60fps, 50fps, 30fps, 25fps, and 24fps frame rate. A built-in stereo microphone will deliver superior audio quality, so that videos will not only look better, but they will also sound better.

This might be marketed as an action camera, but it seems like it will capture only 6.5fps in burst mode. At first, it has been said that it could support up to 8fps, but another source has recently pointed out that this value stands at 6.5fps.

The Nikon D750 is said to offer “built-in WiFi”. Unfortunately, this is said to be capable using the UT-1 and WT-5 accessories, so it does not sound like this feature is built-in.

There is no doubt that the official announcement will take place very soon, possibly even by the end of the day, so stay tuned to Camyx to find out!

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