D810 or D750?

firemasfiremas Posts: 1Member
edited October 2014 in Nikon DSLR cameras
D810 or D750?
I know this is a common question through every internet corner…
Since i discovered this site I wanted to ask pros about their opinion and answer to my person thoughts.
1. I still want to buy D810 because of its rich characteristics. What is keeping back is the long exposure issue. Did they TOTTALY fix or reduced the thermal noise issue? Because I’m an architectural photographer and I usually shoot day and night themes, my main concern is the above.
2. My second choice is D750. I’m very tempted with internet reviews, especially from serious sites like this one.
3. If my finally choice is D750 what lenses do you recommend me. I was thinking 14-24mm 2.8 and one of these 2 lenses (24-70mm f2.8, 24-120mm f4)

PS. I’m still a DX photographer (D300s, 10-24mm, 18-200mm) - See more at: http://forum.nikonrumors.com/discussion/3468/d810-or-d750#Item_1


  • Vipmediastar_JZVipmediastar_JZ Posts: 1,708Member
    1. I`m not sure that it has been TOTALLY fixed but the new batches are sold with the "fix". I bought mine before the fix came out and I have been waiting for the right time to send it in with my lens for calibration.
    I do architecture but I don't do it at night so I can't help you there. I was planning on doing some night photography this past weekend but my plans were changed.

    2. n/a

    3. I use the 14-24 and 24-70 along with primes 35, 50 and 85. It all depends what lens I decide to pack for the day as I my subjects are street and architecture all in one. I use the 85 along with the 70-200 for getting details in the high rises or a diffrent look. From 14mm-50mm for diffrent looks/perspective.

    If I was too choose just one lens of the one choices you listed I would probably go with the 14-24mm and a close second the 24-70. Both will be a great choice.

  • Golf007sdGolf007sd Posts: 2,840Moderator
    firemas: Please have a look at D750 & D810 topics on our forum. You will find your answers there.
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