I’m going to keep banging this medium format drum. Why? Because life without medium format sucks. Maybe I’m just crazy, but I want my local restaurants back. I want more options on the table. I want this Bronica on my desk to be digital and I can’t, for the life of me, figure out why no one has done it yet. We are 15+ years into the digital photography revolution and medium format options keep getting smaller instead of larger. Someone needs to step into this game and shake it up.
Full-frame freedom, outstanding agility and the convenience of built-in Wi-Fi
Situated between the D610 and D810, the D750 will have several firsts for Nikon’s full frame lineup including a new 24.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, Wi-Fi capability, a vari-angle LCD and a new build that makes it the thinnest DSLR in the company’s lineup.
But I think it’s a sleeper feature, and will prove to be one of the growing list of reasons Fuji users tend to connect so strongly with their cameras.
Where the X100T makes its mark is in the Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder featuring ‘world’s first’ electronic rangefinder capabilities, an updated LCD screen, updated ergonomics/external controls, and a new ‘Classic Chrome’ film simulation mode