DSLR camera Nikon D750 - is a digital SLR camera with a full-frame Nikon FX format CMOS image sensor (supports the use of Nikon DX crop lenses) with a resolution of 24.93 megapixels. The camera supports sensitivity changes in the range of ISO 100-12800. A special mode allows you to expand the range up to ISO 50-51200. The camera also features a new 51-point AF system (Nikon Advanced Multi-CAM 3500 II) with selectable 9, 21 and 51-point coverage. Autofocus is able to work in the mode of automatic selection of focus points, as well as in the mode of manual selection of any of 51 focus points using cursors (without calling up an additional menu). The camera allows you to save pictures in NEF (Raw) and JPEG formats, as well as NEF + JPEG when using two memory cards in parallel. Two SD card slots are used for saving. An HDMI connector is provided for connecting to video equipment. When connected to a computer via USB, the camera allows you to save images to a computer immediately after pressing the shutter button using special software that operates using the PTP protocol (for example, GPhoto), via Wi-Fi protocols.