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My wallet doesn't seem to be able open wide enough for me to own two camera's let alone two different formats. I should have purchased FX glass when I started, but I didn't. All I own is DX glass. As money permits, in the future, new glass will be FX as it's clear Nikon really isn't as interested in DX. And I suspect over the years, FX will continue to come down in cost.
Here's a link to the full article: Popular Photography Chooses the Nikon D750 as Camera of the Year
..so should add IMHO
.... For a little girl the latest Barbie edition camera is the most awesomest ever.
Number one, best, etc. are overblown whether camera or car ratings. I always say to go look at all of the "top ten" or "top five" rated in the category and see which fits you best and appeals to you most according to the use you have for it. But realistically, it is just a way to bestow an honor on an outstanding new product. Doesn't really mean more than that (not number 1 or best of the year for all purposes).
Every (insert here) of the year award is a joke and about as meaningful as those 100 most beautiful people in the world lists.
Sounds like you just may be in the minority then @PitchBlack B-)
Bullet points are very impressive. You could make great bullet points for all of the following: the D810, the 645Z, the iPhone 6, the 645DF+ & IQ2 digital back. Heck, I'd take a D800 over a D750 any day of the week. So if I had to use as my criterion "what camera do I covet most? It would be the Phase One. If I had to choose a camera to use in *most* of my professional work? The D810. If my criteria was best anywhere camera? The iPhone6. Under no circumstances can I imagine choosing the D750 over another camera.