Best full-frame DSLRKey features:
- 24.3-megapixel full-frame sensor
- 3.2-inch tilt screen
- 100 - 51200 ISO range
This is not Nikon’s top-end full-frame DSLR, not by a long shot, but for many enthusiast shooters, it’s the best option. The Nikon D750 gets you much of the Nikon D810
, for much less money. There are also several features missing from the top-end models. You get a tilt screen, and Wi-Fi, which for some reason isn’t built into the £2700 D810. We’ll grant that manual control and image quality is slightly better in that higher-end camera, but the Nikon D750 makes a pretty compelling case for itself.
The only thing to question these days is whether you really want a DSLR. Sony's A7R now offers full-frame performance in a more stylish, more compact CSC frame. Price:
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