Nikon D750 price in Malaysia & Specs for December, 2018

Nikon DSLRs cameras have always been popular amongst photographers for the image quality they can deliver. The Nikon D750 seems geared to be a favourite amongst amateur and professional photographers. Find out more about the Nikon D750 below.

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Nikon DSLRs cameras have always been popular amongst photographers for the image quality they can deliver. The Nikon D750 seems geared to be a favourite amongst amateur and professional photographers. Find out more about the Nikon D750 below.

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Recommended at Lazada
Cheapest Offer
12.12 Best Offer
RM 9,593.00
RM 5,300.00

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Cheapest Nikon D750 Price in Malaysia is RM 5,300.00

The Nikon D750 is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Nikon D750 price in Malaysia is RM 5,300.00 from Lazada. You can also choose between different Nikon D750 variants with Body Only starting from RM 5,300.00 and With Lens 24-120mm Black at RM 7,102.80. Nikon D750 price details are updated December 2018.

Nikon D750 Price Guide

Price List by Country for Nikon D750

Country International Price Price in MYR
Hong Kong HKD 5,962.00 RM 3,194.00
Indonesia IDR 13.000.000 RM 3,731.00
Malaysia MYR 5,300.00 RM 5,300.00
Philippines PHP 32,644.00 RM 2,573.00
Singapore SGD 1,187.50 RM 3,609.00
Thailand THB 39,900 RM 5,084.00
Vietnam VND 27.260.000 RM 4,907.00

Nikon D750 Price in Malaysia by Variants

Variants Price Store
Nikon D750 With Lens 24-120mm Black RM 7,102.80 Qoo10
Nikon D750 Body Only RM 5,300.00 Lazada

Nikon D750 Specs

Picture Quality
Camera Resolution 24MP
Sensor
Sensor Size 35.9 x 24mm
Sensor Type CMOS
Display
Screen Size 3.2"
Tiltable No
Touchscreen Yes
Anti Smudge Coating No
Swivel No
Off Mode No
Hinged No
Anti Scratch No
Live View Yes
Viewfinder Optical
Packaging Content
Camera Version Body Only
Video
Video Resolution Full HD
Image
ISO Minimum 50
ISO Maximum 51200
ISO Auto Yes
White Balance Yes
Photography Features
Continuous Drive 60fps
Connectivity
Wi-Fi Yes
NFC Yes
Bluetooth Yes
HDMI Yes
USB Yes
Optics & Focus
Manual Focus Yes
Lens Mount F
Number of Focus Points 11
Physical
Weight 750g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 140.5 x 113 x 78mm
Shutter
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/4000s
Launch
Release Year 2014
Colour
Colour Black

Nikon D750 Malaysia – Capturing Life’s Best Moments

If you plan to become a professional photographer, the first prerequisite is that you should at least own and operate a decent DSLR camera. Nikon offers a wide range of DSLR cameras in its inventory for you to choose from, whether you are just starting out or have been in the industry for years. If you are in the market for a DSLR camera, a reasonably-priced model to look out for is the Nikon D750.

The D750 sits between the entry-level D610 and the pro-grade high-resolution D810, borrowing characteristics from these cameras. Except for its 24-megapixel sensor, the model’s build quality, ergonomics, and feature sets have more similarities to the pricier of the two, therefore making it a value-for-money unit. Thanks to its impressive array of features, the D750 has the potential to become one of the most popular full-frame cameras in Nikon’s current inventory.

Camera Construction and Handling

Both the front and the rear plates of the Nikon D750 camera are made of magnesium alloy. To keep the camera light and portable, Nikon opted to combine magnesium alloy and carbon fibre as the primary construction material. Nikon has also increased the durability of the D750 by making it weather-sealed against dust and moisture. This enables the D750 to be fully operational in tough weather conditions and appear unscathed afterwards. This means you can use the camera anywhere, be it on the sand dunes of the Sahara or at the peak of the Swiss Alps.

The camera also scores high in terms of handling. Nikon made a few ergonomic changes to make the D750 easier and more comfortable to use. The grip has been extended which enables you to fit your fingers more comfortably. Furthermore, the Nikon D750 features the one-click zoom functionality which you can use by simply clicking on OK on the multi-selector button. This is useful for shooting fast-paced shots like weddings and other events.

Functions and Ease of Use

The D750 has several impressive features in its menu that are worth mentioning. The camera offers two programmable pre-sets on the camera – U1 and U2 – that enable users to customise the camera for different needs. Being able to set and save your preferred settings leads to faster and easier shots as all you need is to rotate the left top switch to either U1 or U2 and you are ready to shoot.

Another feature that you will be impressed with is the enhanced Auto ISO which allows you to automatically set the minimum shutter speed to the focal length of the lens. You can set the Auto to be 1/2 or 1/4 the focal length of the lens for slower shutter speeds. If you have shaky hands, you can set it to 2x or 4x the focal length of the lens you are using.

An enhancement to the menu system that sets the D750 apart from other Nikon DSLRs is the Easy ISO setting. It allows users to quickly change the ISO via the front dial in Aperture Priority mode.

Reviews of Nikon D750

hardwarezone.com.my
Reviewed on 2014-10-30
Great battery life, Lighter weight, Good dynamic range on images, Built-in Wi-Fi, Now comes with titltable LCD, Snappy autofocus, works down to -3EV
Simplified handling means some minor compromises with layout of buttons, Top shutter speed is only 1/4000s, Live View can be speedier
We'll be honest: when the Nikon D750 was first announced , we didn't quite know what to make of it. It was too soon to be a replacement for the Nikon D610 or the just-released Nikon D810 , and yet not quite powerful enough to be a new top of the line mode...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2018-12-05
Last updated: December 4, 2018If you're looking for a high-quality camera, you don't need to spend a ton of cash, nor do you need to buy the latest and greatest new product on the market. If you're willing to miss out on some features, you can save a lot...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-21
Last updated: January 16, 2018As you approach the $2000 price point you'll find flagship APS-C and Four Thirds cameras, built for speed and durability. You'll also find a handful of full-frame ILCs and DSLRs, with their own unique selling points.Few camer...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-21
Last updated: November 21, 2017As you approach the $2000 price point you'll find flagship APS-C and Four Thirds cameras, built for speed and durability. You'll also find a handful of full-frame ILCs and DSLRs, with their own unique selling points.Few came...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-19
Last updated: May 26, 2017Within this category, you'll find some of the most capable cameras the industry has to offer. The Semi-Pro name doesn't indicate that they're below the consideration of professionals, though. Quite the opposite: it means that the...
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goodhousekeeping.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-08
Excellent image quality for photos and video, Excellent battery life, Very quick autofocus and shooting
Heavier than lower end model, Expensive, Preview LCD screen can't be rotated
The Nikon D750 takes excellent images, but it's definitely not cheap. When paired with the 24-120mm zoom lens, the D750 was the most advanced DSLR we tested. The camera has a 24.3 megapixel sensor with ultra-fast autofocus and shooting. In terms of video...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-13
Within this category, which is made up of cameras costing $2000 or more (body-only, and based on MSRP in the US), you'll find some of the fiercest competitors the camera industry has to offer. This includes cameras with 50 or more megapixels geared perfec...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-25
Within this category, which includes body-only cameras costing $2000 or more (based on MSRP in the US), you'll find some of the fiercest competitors the camera industry has to offer. This includes cameras with 50 or more megapixels geared perfectly for st...
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dxomark.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-10
The Nikon D750 is an affordable 24.3Mp full-frame DSLR with attractive-looking specs for both the enthusiast and the professional photographer. It's capable of producing outstanding pictures, but the quality of the lens used has a bearing on image quality...
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videomaker.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-10
Nikon-D750-Test-ReelWant to take your video to the next level and have it look like the pro's? Start with a Noise Removal Plugin.What should you charge for your production? How do you determine what is a fair price? How to keep your client happy. We explo...
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videomaker.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-06
Finding the right balance is hard to do. Just ask a chef. Adding even one ounce of the wrong ingredient can cause a recipe to quickly go from a delicacy to a disaster. The same can be said of DSLR design. For years, manufacturers have been trying to strik...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-19
Excellent photo quality, Superb AF system with subject/face recognition and tracking, Reliably focuses down to -3EV, Impressive amount of dynamic range, Competes with class-leaders in high ISO performance, Spot metering linked to AF point, Useful 3.2" til...
Limited buffer capacity affects continuous shooting, Narrow focus point layout compared to D810, Limited number of cross-type AF points, Max shutter speed of 1/4000s, Tends to slightly overexpose (though easy workaround exists), Slow AF in live view, Smar...
The D750 is Nikon's third full-frame DSLR this year, and for a lot of our readers, it might be the most significant. Sitting between the more affordable D610 and the pro-grade, high-resolution D810 , the D750 borrows elements from both cameras. Impressive...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-08
This roundup contains the majority of current full-frame camera offerings available. Full-frame cameras have image sensors as large as a frame of 35mm film...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-08
This roundup contains the majority of current full-frame camera offerings available. Full-frame cameras have image sensors as large as a frame of 35mm film...
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popphoto.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-21
A lot has happened in the camera world during the six years since Nikon released the D700. Megapixel counts now top 36MP, Wi-Fi is a fixture in many cameras (though too few DSLRs), and HD video capture is now a basic feature in any camera. Nik...
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shutterbug.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-13
Technically speaking, the Nikon D750 is the follow-up to the Nikon D700, which was released six years ago. That's a lifetime between digital camera models, and to say that the D750 is not nearly as groundbreaking as its predecessor from way back in 2008 i...
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photographybay.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-11
Kai from Digital Rev is back with his first look at the new Nikon D750 . He provides his usual quirk, along with some practical observations of the camera. As usual with Kai, there is some mild language within – so, fair warning.Since Kai discussed the bo...
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thephoblographer.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-07
A really handsome looking camera overall, Seamless one-step wireless transmission, Excellent low light performance, Accurate autofocus in dim light, Very flexible RAW files,
Viewfinder cup blocks off the screen when flipped up, Metering is ever so lightly off
The full frame camera world is getting a little bit bigger every year. Nikon and Canon introduced their respective entry level full frame cameras two years ago and now Nikon is at it again with a prosumer level DSLR labeled the D750.The new camera fits...
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dxomark.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-23
One of the hottest launches from this year's Photokina trade show, the Nikon D750, has grabbed the attention of serious amateurs and pros alike. Boasting a newly developed 24.3Mp sensor, expanded ISO sensitivity range and a host of features from their pro...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-15
The Nikon D750 delivers the best photo quality and continuous-shooting performance in its price class, along with a nicely well-rounded feature set
Nikon's Wi-Fi implementation is weak and some of the other features could be executed a little better. Plus Live View performance is sad
As the long-awaited sucessor to the six-year-old D700 , the Nikon D750 delivers admirably. While its $2,300 price tag (£1,800/approximately AU$2,600) inhabits the upper reaches for many enthusiasts, it's a perfect camera for people who are picky about the...
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