Shooting a wedding using the Nikon D750,”My Thoughts.”
This is not going to be an article full techno jargon about all the ins and outs of the Nikon D750 but more of an article of my experience of a user of this great little camera. Some people have called this the poor man’s version of the Nikon D4s but there is nothing poor about this little beast. It produced wonderful colors and skin tones and showed little signs of grain, even up to ISO 8000.
To be honest, I have been a Minolta/Sony shooter forever, starting with the Minolta 330si rz and more recently the sony a550, 77, a6000 and A99. I must say when compared to all those camera the Nikon D750 outclasses them in terms of image quality at higher ISO and focus speed. I rarely got a blurred photo using the 3d tracking and the Nikkor VRII 70-200 2.8 lens.
My Fashion type of style usually calls for lighting the reception area and church, when possible and for that I use a White Lightning Strobe in many different positions depending on the structure and color of the interior and the D750 performed very well.
I will not completely switch from Sony and intend on still using their mirror less systems but I will continue to build my Nikon bodies and lens collections alongside my Sony’s. Both DSLRs and Mirrorless serve different purposes, for me, at the moment.