Lowest Price Rs.1,21,350

Key Features

  • 24.9 Megapixels
  • 43.18 mm CMOS pixels Sensor
  • ISO rating 50 - 51200
  • Max shutter speed 1/4000 sec
  • Red Eye Reduction
  • Face Detection

Variants of Nikon D750 (Body Only)

Nikon D750 (AF-S Nikkor 24-120mm f/4G ED VR) Nikon D750 (Tamron A09 SP AF 28-75mm F/2.8 XR Di LD Aspherical IF)

Price of Nikon D750 (Body Only) in India

Nikon D750 (Body Only) price in India is Rs.1,21,350. flipkart is the best price seller for this Nikon Cameras from amongst 7 sellers.

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Nikon D750 (Body Only) Specifications

Nikon D750 (Body Only) Specification and features are mentioned below. The specification are from the 7 seller(s) and other reliable sources

Dimensions 141 x 113 x 78 mm
Weight 840 g
Camera Resolution 24.9 MP
Video Resolution 1920 x 1080 Pixels at 60 fps
ISO Rating 50 - 51200
White Balancing Auto (2 types), incandescent, fluorescent (7 types), direct sunlight, flash, cloudy, shade, preset manual
Image Format JPEG, NEF (RAW) 12 bit, NEF (RAW)+JPEG
Video Format MPEG-4, H.264, MOV
Audio Formats Linear PCM
Face Detection
Image Stablizer
Sensor Type CMOS
Sensor Size 35.9 x 24.0 mm ( Full Frame )
Image Ratio w:h 3:2
Max Resolution 6016 x 4016 Pixels
Processor Expeed 4
Display 3.2 inch TFT LCD
Image Display Resolution 1229K dots
View Finder
View Finder ✔ Eye-level pentaprism single-lens reflex viewfinder, Coverage (100%), Magnification (0.7x), Live View, Tilting Articulated LCD
Lens Type Nikon F
Auto Focus ✔ Contrast Detect, Phase Detect, Multi-Area, Center, Selective Single Point, Tracking, Single, Continuous, Face Detection, Live View
Manual Focus
Other Focus Features Focal Length Multiplier (1x), No. Of Focus Points (51)
Photography Features
Self Timer ✔ 2, 5, 10, 20 secs
Shooting Modes Picture Control System (Standard, Neutral, Vivid, Monochrome, Portrait, Landscape, Flat, ; selected Picture Control can be modified; storage for custom Picture Controls)
Metering ✔ Multi-Segment, Center-Weighted, Highlight-Weighted, Spot
Camera Shutter Speed (Sec) 1/4000 s (Max) & 30 s (Min)
Built-In Flash ✔ Auto, portrait, child, close up, night portrait, party/indoor, pet portrait, color sketch: Auto flash with auto pop-up P, S, A, M, food: Manual pop-up with button release
External Flash ✔ Hot-shoe, Wireless
Flash Mode Auto, Auto FP high-speed sync, auto w/redeye reduction, auto slow sync, auto slow sync w/redeye reduction, fill flash, rear-curtain sync, rear-curtain w/slow sync, redeye reduction, redeye reduction w/slow sync, slow sync, off
HDMI ✔ Mini HDMI, Type-C
Microphone ✔ Built-in Stereo
USB Cable
Memory Card Type SD / SDHC / SDXC
Upgradable Memory
Battery Life 1230
Battery Type EN-EL15 lithium-ion battery
Power Supply EH-5B AC Adapter
Camera Features
Dust Reduction ✔ Image sensor cleaning, Image Dust Off reference data
Red Eye Reduction
Supported Language 34
Sync Terminal ✔ 1/200 sec
Continuous Shot ✔ 6.5 fps
Additional Features Mono Speaker, Water and dust resistant, Orientation Sensor, GPS (Optional), GPS Notes (GP-1/GP-1)
Remote Control Wired or wireless
View Finder Features Mirror Lock Up

Nikon D750 (Body Only) Overview

Published :

The Good

  • 3.2" tilting LCD.
  • Excellent AF system at low light.
  • Thin, Light-weight full-frame body.
  • 51-point AF System.
  • Large Optical Viewfinder.
  • 2 preset modes for easy shooting.

The Bad

  • Tends to be slow in Live-View Mode.
  • Buffer capacity falls short when it comes to shooting RAW files.
  • Maximum shutter speed of only 1/4000.
  • Weak Wi-Fi capability.

The Bottom Line

Nikon D750 is a highly capable full-frame camera which has successfully managed to carve a niche for itself. Bundled with quality features, the D750 stands out in almost everything a photographer asks for. For sure, it has its fair share of flaws, but those are negligible if you look at the bigger picture. Definitely one of the best models to come out from the Nikon line-up.

Nikon D750 occupies the perfect sweet spot when it comes to Full-frame models from the Nikon flagship. Nestled between the entry-level D610 and the high-end top grade D810, D750 is the most significant model from Nikon borrowing features from both models. Bundled with a 24MP Full-frame CMOS Sensor, advanced 51-point,auto focus system, built in Wi-Fi, D750 is the go-to model for a lot of photographers, professionals included.

Camera Body:

D750s layout bears a striking resemblance to D610. It is weather-sealed and features magnesium alloy for the rear and top cover but uses lighter carbon fiber for the front chassis and cover. It has a deep grip on the front right hand side which is more comfortable to hold onto. Ergonomics wise, it is right up there along with most high-end Nikon models. Nikon D750 is the very first full-frame model from Nikon to supply a tilting articulated screen giving you choices to compose high and low angle shots. Along with the LCD on the rear, there's a small LCD information screen mounted on the top just like most other high-end DSLRs. Although, Nikon has compromised on the size of the screen as they have made it a bit narrower and contains less information as compared to other models that have this LCD screen. Along with this, Nikon D750 is equipped with a pentaprism optical viewfinder with 100%coverage and 0.7x magnification.

Features :        

Continuous Shooting : The continuous shooting of D750 is maxed out at 6.5 fps, which is even higher than the D810. However, buffer rate capacity tends to get filled after a certain number of shots. This holds for both JPEGs and RAW. The fps tends to go down even with RAW (14-bit losslessly compressed ) format.

Auto-focus : The D750 employs an advanced version of the 51-point Multi-CAM 3500FX AF system. It is the same as that of the Nikon D810 but it outperforms the D810 when it concerns auto-focus at low-light(-3EV). It has 51 focus points, 15 of which are cross type and 11 of which work at f8. The AF System works in tandem with the metering system to provide spot-on face recognition and tracking. Other cameras tend to focus on the closest object when in AF mode. The D750 doesn't face any hassle in this regard. In 3D focus tracking, it locks onto the face of the subject even while the subject is in motion.  The D750 also offers auto-focus in Live View mode, although few users will be disappointed with it. The AF tends to be sluggish in this mode as compared to manual focus. Also, focussing takes a slightly long time to lock on and compose the shot in low-light situations. Best served for static shots. 

Wi-Fi : Nikon D750 also features built-in Wi-Fi. However at its current format this feature is pretty weak. It limits the user to only capturing a photo and to view it. For changing any exposure related settings, the user has to go back to the camera and do so. Nikon can definitely improve in this regard.

Battery : Nikon D750 uses one EN-EL15 Rechargeable Li-ion battery as its power source along with the optional MB-D16 Multi-Power Battery Pack. 

Sensor Performance and Image Quality:

 Nikon D750 employs a 24MP full frame FX-format sensor, contains 24.93 pixels coupled with an AA filter for moire minimization.  The D750 allows users the option the choose from both JPEGs and RAWs which are then brached into fine, normal and basic modes. However, users don't have the option of choosing uncompressed or lower resolution files unlike D810. It also offers users the choice of shooting in Dx and 1.2x format. Although why you would you want to utilise a full-frame camera other than it's intended format ? Unless you have a Dx lens in your kit. 

In terms of image quality, the Nikon D750 comes up with crisp and still maintains its ground on delivering detailed imagery and excellent dynamic range. It does fall short if you compare it to the D810, but then D810 is also not an amateur. It is supposedly one of the best full-frame models to have come out from Nikon. In JPEG format and at higher ISO levels, D750 is able to bring out detailed images with less amount of noise. Upto ISO 3200, the images are less immune to noise. But if you go above that, then there's a small increase in the noise levels. And if the ISO keeps on increasing, then the loss of tonal distinction in high key areas also keeps on going towards the higher side. Although some parts can be recovered via noise-reduction techniques and by using RAW format.

Verdict :

Nikon D750 combines a host of features, performance, top-notch sensor quality, excellent auto-focus system, ergonomics. It is definitely not cheap but for such features, I would say it's well worth the money. By using a top-notch sensor , D750 also gives it's higher end models a run for their money. Add to that its low-light excellent auto-focus system. It can definitely increase on the buffer capacity, one thing which sports and fast-paced photographers might twitch their nose about.  

Overall, a solid performer. 


I Would Like To Buy A Camera For Landscape And Wildlife Photography


Landscape and wildlife photography


Hi Jyothi, You can go with the  Nikon D750 (Body Only) It is one of the best full-frame models and is suited for all purposes.  24 MP camera resolution Full HD video recording at 60fps. Runs on the Expeed 4 processor which delivers quality images with more clarity.  Buy a telephoto lens to go along with your landscape photography needs. 

Hi I M Looking To Buy Nikon D750 With 24-120


Hi i m looking to buy Nikon D750 with 24-120 lens & also 50mm lens for peofessional photography. Can u sugess me for filters, tripod & flash


Hi Mahesh,  Instead of the 24-120, go with the 24-70mm instead. That lens makes the D750 an all-powerful tool. Also, has a wide aperture of 2.8 which works well in conjunction with auto-focus capability at low-light situations.  As for filters, we don't deal with those products as of now. But which field are you looking to employ these in ?


Hi Mahesh, We didn't get to hear from you after you posted your query. Did you stick with the 24-120 or buy the 24-70 mm ?