Nikon surprised the world by announced the first video-optimized full-frame DSLR in the form of their D750 in September. This new camera is built around a 24 megapixels CMOS sensor with anti-alias filter and an EXPEED 4 processor. It has a sensitivity range of 100 – 12800, expandable to 50 – 51200, and shares the same image processing pipeline introduced by the high-end D810 in June. Neocamera already reviewed the Nikon D810 here and now published an express review of the D750 right here.
The review covers everything which is different between the D750 and its siblings which were already covered in details. As always, Nikon uses an very consistent and intuitive interface on their professional DSLRs, making usability nearly identical between such models. This leaves the image-quality and performance discussion as the core the the Nikon D750 review.
Interestingly, while Nikon sells the D750 in nearly every market, each place offers it at a similar but distinct price-point. Nikon Index has an article to break this down for you here.