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Nikon issues another Nikon D750 service advisory

Nikon has issued another service advisory for the D750 DSLR. Industry watchers are well-aware of the camera’s shutter problems, causing it to display unnatural flares in photos. However, only an initial batch was supposed to be affected. Well, Nikon has confirmed that faulty DSLRs have been manufactured in a more extended period.

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Canon 750D to be called 760D to avoid Nikon D750 confusion?

A lot of information is being leaked on the web before Canon’s big product launch event scheduled to take place on February 6. The Canon 750D DSLR has been said to become official during the show. However, it seems like the camera will actually be called EOS 760D in order to avert a name confusion with the Nikon D750.

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Nikon begins fixing the Nikon D750 unnatural flare issue

Nikon has issued a new service advisory regarding the reflection problems of the D750 DSLR. The company has confirmed that the repair process has begun and it is inviting owners to identify whether their unit is affected by the Nikon D750 unnatural flare issue or not, and to fix head to the nearest repair center if it is.

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Official: Nikon D750 reflection issues to be fixed for free soon

Nikon’s reputation has dropped dramatically in recent years, as almost all the company’s high-profile DSLRs have been affected by problems. The D750 is no strange to controversy and once again the company has had to investigate the situation. Now, it has confirmed that the Nikon D750 reflection issues will be fixed for free soon.

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Nikon D750 announced with built-in WiFi and 24.3MP FX sensor

As the Photokina 2014 event is getting closer, the big names are starting to show up. The next in line is the Nikon D750, a full frame DSLR which has been heavily rumored during the past few weeks. The camera employs a 24.3-megapixel sensor with an anti-aliasing filter and built-in WiFi, as well as an advanced autofocus technology.

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

The big announcements have already started! This is natural as Photokina 2014 is only a few days away. However, the rumors are not stopping either. In the meantime, the Nikon D750 price has appeared on the web and this information has been accompanied by a more detailed specs list, pointing at an exciting camera.

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Nikon AF-S 20mm f/1.8G lens coming alongside the D750

A Nikon AF-S 20mm f/1.8G lens is rumored to become official along with the D750 DSLR camera on September 11 or 12. This wide-angle lens will be aimed at full frame cameras and will feature a Nano Crystal coating. The rumor mill has also had something to say about the D750 and the D610, the latter being close to be discontinued.

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Nikon D750 announcement date is September 11 or 12

Nikon is expected to reveal the sought-after D700 successor within 10 days. A very reliable source, who has been right in the past, is claiming that the Nikon D750 announcement date will take place on September 11 or one day later, on September 12. The new DSLR will allegedly be placed somewhere between the D610 and D810.

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More Nikon D750 specs point to an action DSLR camera

As we are getting closer to the Photokina 2014 event, inside sources have leaked more Nikon D750 specs. The new information goes hand-in-hand with previously-leaked details that are pointing at an action camera. The D750 will borrow the focus system from the D810, but it will be considerably faster than its bigger sibling.

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Nikon D750 full frame DSLR to be unveiled at Photokina 2014

Nikon will definitely announce a new DSLR camera with a full frame sensor at Photokina 2014. More details have been revealed about this device and it seems like it will be called Nikon D750. All information points to the fact that this DSLR will serve as a true D700 replacement, something that fans cannot say about the D800 series.


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