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Nikon D750 prices in Hong Kong

Combining sophistication and affordability in the same body, Nikon D750 is all about merging passion with precision. Read more about Nikon D750 Hong Kong below.

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Lowest Price: HK$ 17,705.00
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Nikon D750 Price by Country
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Hong Kong HKD 17,705
Indonesia IDR 20,407,000
Philippines PHP 26,068
Singapore SGD 671
Thailand THB 52,900
Vietnam VND 31,900,000

About Nikon D750 Hong Kong

Nikon D750 Hong Kong – Full Frame Freedom

Fantastic and fabulous, Nikon D750 brings the best out of both worlds of sophistication and affordability at the same time. While it seems that it stands on the middle ground, it does not mean that Nikon D750 has to compromise a lot of things when it is clear that Nikon D750 possesses its own unique qualities that professional and enthusiast photographers alike appreciate.

Merging Your Passion With Precision

Delivering exceptional image quality that few rival cameras can match, Nikon D750 promises solid yet smooth performance in capturing perfect pictures. The combination of 24.3MP CMOS image sensor and EXPEED 4 image processing enables you to take stunningly beautiful pictures effortlessly. The exceptional EXPEED 4 image processing is also efficient in helping you to consume less energy during shooting and recording. Thanks to such feature, you are able to take pictures up to 1230 shots and shoot videos up to 55 minutes.

It is a wonderful camera that can keep up with your talent and passion as Nikon D750 is more than capable when it comes to telling and sharing your story as you want it to be. At the same time, you are able to take lovely pictures consistently in no time. Thus, it has been said that Nikon D750 is one of the few cameras that can merge both passion and precision simultaneously.

Ergonomic Design That Inspires Efficiency

Despite being a full frame DSLR, Nikon D750 boasts compact and lightweight body that is also sleek and slim at the same time. The ergonomic design of Nikon D750 permits you to handle it smoothly as it is surprising easy on your hands. Not only that, it also provides plenty of space for your hands to move around without being obstructed. Providing another level of comfort that you do not expect from a normal camera, Nikon D750 has transformed the way you take pictures as you can now pay full attention in taking pictures and shooting videos intently.

Such feat can be achieved as the front body and cover are constructed from carbon fiber reinforced thermoplastics while magnesium alloy is being used in making its rear and top covers. The beauty of this construction is that Nikon D750 is able to maintain the perfect balance between robustness and lightweight at the same time. As a result, it is simply a joy for photographers who enjoy handling this camera comfortably and conveniently during their works. In conclusion, Nikon D750 is one of the few cameras that gives total freedom in exercising your creativity and passion.

Expert Reviews

expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-02-24
This leaves potential buyers with a difficult decision: live with these limitations, spend £1,000 more on the next model up in the range, or accept that a cropped-sensor SLR might be a better option. On the one hand, it's generally wise to invest in lense...
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goodhousekeeping.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-08
Excellent image quality for photos and video, Excellent battery life, Very quick autofocus and shootingHeavier than lower end model, Expensive, Preview LCD screen can't be rotated
The Nikon D750 takes excellent images, but it's definitely not cheap. When paired with the 24-120mm zoom lens, the D750 was the most advanced DSLR we tested. The camera has a 24.3 megapixel sensor with ultra-fast autofocus and shooting. In terms of video...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-10-26
Excellent 24MP fullframe sensor, Nikon's excellent 51point AF system, WiFi built inScreen tilting rather than variangle, Max continuous shooting rate 'just' 6.5fps, More expensive than D610 and Canon 6D
Full-frame photography used to be the preserve of professional photographers, but DSLRs like the Canon EOS 6D and Nikon D610 have made it a more realistic proposition for amateur and enthusiast photographers. Nikon's latest full-frame camera, the D750, si...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-13
Within this category, which is made up of cameras costing $2000 or more (body-only, and based on MSRP in the US), you'll find some of the fiercest competitors the camera industry has to offer. This includes cameras with 50 or more megapixels geared perfec...
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techmagnifier.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-29
Excellent image quality, Compact, weather Sealed, Tilt screen, full time AF, dual MIC, Bright colorful displayNarrow spread of Focus points, Rectangular viewfinder
Nikon D750 comes from the clan of FX format sensor cameras residing between the affordable D610 and the top end pro D810 . And so long after Canon's cameras (top end, especially 5D Mark III) being heavily used for video recording among DSLRs, Nikon could...
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avhub.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-10-13
Bantam Weight ChampionIf the D810 is just a bit too much D-SLR for you and the D610 just not quite enough, then the D750 could be just right. Has Nikon built the perfect enthusiast-level D-SLR?So here's your camera. The D750 is essentially close to a D810...
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pcquest.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-05
Great picture quality, Build quality, FX sensor, 6.5fps continuous shooting speed, Verticallyarticulated 3.2inch screen, Built in WiFiBig and heavy, Basic WiFi features, Little expensive
24 MP CMOS image sensor, FX (24 x 36 mm full frame), Dual card slot, ISO 100 to 12,800 or ISO 50 to 51,200, 91,000-pixel RGB sensor, 3.2-inch 1,228,800 dots vertically-articulated display, 802.11b and 802.11g Wi-Fi, One EN-EL15 rechargeable Li-ion battery...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-05-27
Excellent image quality, Built very well, Comfortable to hold, Supports both FX (fullframe) and DX (APSC size) lenses, Very fast, Offers up two SD card slotsHeavy, Requires external battery charger, with no microUSB charging, Function buttons don't always pay attention to what you've asked them to do, WiFi control needs so much more work, Transfer over WiFi doesn't support full resolution, and the largest set...
Professional cameras tend to cost an arm and a leg, but Nikon's D750 tries to find a middle ground for less than $2500, packing in 24 megapixels, WiFi, and a body that makes it feel like a real camera.Another entry in Nikon's long running “D” series of ca...
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dpexpert.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-03-04
Image quality is, as always with Nikon's top cameras, beyond reproach. Also, like most Nikons, the responsiveness of the D750 is such that it is as fast and easy to use as blinking an eye. Focus tracking is the best we have experienced.The WiFi is pointless, providing nothing much more than image transfer. “Live view” is still hopelessly clunky compared with a CSC like the full frame Sony a7MkII
This 24mp full frame digital single lens reflex sits just under the D810 in Nikon's range, matching most of the features of the more expensive camera, except for the 36mp sensor. Auto focus and exposure technology in this camera is the very best. Attentio...
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photoxels.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-02
Executive SummaryImage QualityPhoto GalleryHandling & FeelUser's ExperienceQuickFact Sheet / BuyThis Nikon D750 Review is based on a production model. All sample images are unretouched, except where specified.The Nikon D750 is Nikon's newest full-frame DS...
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techsmart.co.za
Reviewed on 2015-02-11
As expected awesome photo quality, High ISO remains usable, Tiltout screen makes it awesome for videographersActually not a lot although price comes to mind
2014 was an extremely busy fullframe year for Nikon, releasing three new cameras, including the D810, the D610 (they kind-of had to) and the D750. Much like their APS-C sized DX range, Nikon's FX full frame range is now starting to offer a bit of everythi...
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videomaker.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-10
Nikon-D750-Test-ReelWant to take your video to the next level and have it look like the pro's? Start with a Noise Removal Plugin.What should you charge for your production? How do you determine what is a fair price? How to keep your client happy. We explo...
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ferdzdecena.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-08
The McArthur Landing Site in Tacloban taken with the Nikon D750I have this misconception that Full-frame cameras are humongous DSLR monsters where one have to take an extra effort to bring it to trips. I was recently asked to test out the latest of the Ni...
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videomaker.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-06
Finding the right balance is hard to do. Just ask a chef. Adding even one ounce of the wrong ingredient can cause a recipe to quickly go from a delicacy to a disaster. The same can be said of DSLR design. For years, manufacturers have been trying to strik...
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nothingwired.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-12
There were reports on Flare Shading Issue on the D750 in last month. It is reported that some D750 cameras had certain problems with shading.D750 Flare Shading Issue is not a serious problem because it occurs only at a particular angle while shooting at a...
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digitalcameraworld.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-09
We recently asked our readers on Facebook to tell us which camera they'd love to buy if money were no object and which camera they would realistically buy within their current budget. The results were pretty interesting, with a few cameras falling into bo...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-05
The D750 is Nikon's first full-frame DSLR with a tiltable display, which goes from about 90 degrees downwards to 75 degrees upwards.In terms of price, it costs between Nikon's entry-level full-frame DSLR D610 ($2,619, body only) and the mid-range full-fra...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2014-12-28
The D750 is Nikon's first full-frame DSLR with a tiltable display, which goes from about 90 degrees downwards to 75 degrees upwards. In terms of price, it costs between Nikon's entry-level full-frame DSLR D610 ($2,619, body only) and the mid-range full-f...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-19
The D750 is Nikon's third full-frame DSLR this year, and for a lot of our readers, it might be the most significant. Sitting between the more affordable D610 and the pro-grade, high-resolution D810 , the D750 borrows elements from both cameras. Impressive...
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stuff.tv
Reviewed on 2014-12-18
Superb handling, Great performance, Great image qualityQuite big and heavy
The Nikon D750 has quintessential DSLR design. With cameras such as the Sony A7R showing you don't have to be this big to use a full-frame sensor, it's not a ‘cool' look anymore. But the sort of shooting confidence it provides is great.Its rubberised grip...
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