With her ability to now run Android applications, coupled with her ability to encrypt all my communications, I would say it’s the best mobile platform I have grown to like!
Let’s Play - Final!
Let’s Play - Part IV!
Let’s Play - Part III!
Let’s Play - Part II!
Not quite, at least from the specification’s perspective. So, the million-dollar question as to Nikon’s rationale to further confuse the enthusiasts continues…who is Nikon D750’s targeted audience?
We all know who the Nikon Df is meant for, folks who reminiscence the age that’s long past but still seek to embrace the best imagery in their wrinkled fingers, basically people whose pension is half drawn and seek not to look silly lugging a Nikon D4 across their shoulder.
The Nikon D610 is the blatant, defiant response (until the law caught up with them) of the maker to the technically flawed Nikon D600 to bring full frame photography in an affordable price point that most find owning a Nikon D800 scandalous. And then, we have the Nikon D750 which is neither affordable (like the Nikon D610) nor fast (like the Nikon D700 with MB-D10). I would squarely put 8fps as a minimal if Nikon would ever dare to coin a DSLR an “Action” camera.
But I am led to believe, despite the above remarks, that the Nikon D750 would be a perfect video tool. Its uncompressed video output, special video effects, lighter weight, FX bokehs and 60fps FHD may just fit the bill for short film, cash-strapped Director wannabes.
I sure hope that’s the true intent and target audience for the Nikon D750, as it sure ain’t any better or faster than the Nikon D610 for image quality and speed.