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Looking for advice on upgrading from my D80
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October 19, 2014
3:54 am
Davie, Florida

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I think I’m down to the D610 or the D750 

I’m trying to figure out if the D750 is worth the extra $

I tossing around buying used, not from a dealer, to save a lot? or Buy from a Dealer with a warranty?

Thanks in advance! : D

October 26, 2014
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I have the D600 (upgraded to the 610 :-))… I love it… I’m not sure all the enhancements of the 750 over the 610… I think the 750 gives GPS data so that is helpful if you travel a lot.  Good news is that I don’t think you can go wrong with either one…


October 26, 2014
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You might Google “Nikon D610 vs. D750”.  The D750 has better auto focus (same as the D810), but is a lot more expensive.

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I always check this website to check specifications and comparison: http://snapsort.com/compare/Ni…..Nikon-D750

Both of them are great cameras. D750 wins by having a flip-out screen (sometimes useful, but not necessity), longer battery (I would have a few batteries anyway), Better maximum light sensitivity 12,800 ISO (You’ll rurally use it. D610 has slightly lower noise at high ISO them my D800 – which performs great to me), More focus points (might be useful, but not necessity. You can always focus and recompose), higher resolution screen is nice to have, but again not a big deal. 

Conclusion: Both are great cameras. If you have money to spend, go with D750 with some extras. But a lot of them a not necessity. It might be a better idea to get some good lenses instead or other accessories you might need. 

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