Nikon D750 Used DSLR Cameras…save $500.
Used DSLR cameras are a great option, especially with the high end DSLR cameras like the Nikon D750. Nikon D750 used cameras are in perfect condition since they were owned by professionals who take excellent care of their “tools of the trade”. You can image how a photographer or any person would take care of a $3,000 item. That’s a large investment for anyone. It’s… handle with extreme respect and CARE.
Typically photographers have their cameras cleaned/serviced once or twice per year. And if anything stops working, it is fixed asap by a certified Nikon repair station. They are very well maintained and they have to be, in order to make a living.
New Nikon D750 Body Only retails for $1400…used D750’s range from $850 to $1200. There are currently quite a few in the $850 – $900 range. Check them out.
If you want to check out the inventory of used Nikon D750’s, here is a link….Shop Now at Amazon.com
Nikon D750 Specifications
- 24MP Full-frame CMOS sensor (with AA filter)
- Flip up/down 3.2″ 1,229k-dot RGBW LCD screen
- 6.5 fps continuous shooting
- Improved 51-point Multi-CAM 3500FX II AF system (sensitive to -3EV)
- 91,000-pixel RGB metering sensor with face detection and spot-metering linked to AF point
- Built-in Wi-Fi
- Highlight-weighted metering
- 1080/60p video recording
- Powered aperture for control during live view/video
- Group Area AF mode
- Simultaneous internal recording and HDMI output
Here is a product video from Nikon on the D750 DSLR Camera. It’s an amazing camera.
Here is one example of a used Nikon D750 for sale.
This one even comes with the original boxes, software and paperwork. It hardly looks used. The seller threw in a new Nikon camera strap. Sometimes you get a new battery or camera case.
This is the D750 Used Body. No scratches, marks or dents. It’s not even dusty. Like I said professional photographers take excellent care of their cameras. They are spotless inside and out. The reason there are used Nikon D750’s for sale is because professional photographers like to upgrade every couple of years. They trade their existing Nikon for the latest like a D850. The Nikon dealer then sells the used Nikon at a reduced price after it is tested, inspected and cleaned. These trade-ins are a great deal. You can save hundreds of dollars and still get a high end Nikon camera in perfect condition.
….and remember you can always return any used camera you purchased if you are not satisfied. So you have no Financial Risk
I have bought quite a few used cameras and other electronics too. I was never disappointed and actually pretty surprised with the used cameras. They looked brand new except for the box. I saved a lot of money too which I used to buy accessories. You can get a higher end camera at the price of a new lower end camera. I like getting more for my money.
Used Nikon D750 DSLR Camera Reviews
“Bought it used on Amazon. Have loved it. My first Nikon DSLR. I had a Pentax K20D (APS-C) for about 10 years and felt it was time to try full-frame, and wanted better AF capability than that offered in any full-frame Pentax system. This is a great camera that will give you many pro features without breaking the bank. Easy to use and I love the dynamic range I get, which is improved further by easy-to-use bracketing.”
“My dream camera finally in my hands. I owned a D7100 for several years and have taken intensive photography courses which have taught me a great deal. However they all Focus (Excuse the pun) on full frame cameras. Well after weeks of research I finally decided on the D750 coupled with the 24-120 F4 zoom. What a fantastic camera. Has plenty of pixels for anything I would print, is solid and well built, Focus is amazing, dynamic range, clarity, speed, low light capability, this has it all. I could have waited but the newer cameras are simply going up in MP and adding things like touch screens,which I’m not a fan of on a camera and of course price. I grabbed this while they still make them. This model is a real gem and I highly recommend it.”
“Oh my gosh, this camera. I’m coming from using a Nikon D700 and I can tell you this is a nice step up all around from that old workhorse. The low light performance is spectacular and the noise is very polite even at ISO 12,800. I only needed to take the noise reduction/luminance smoothing up to 50 in Lightroom to clear it up at for the pictures shot at ISO 12,800 vs having to take it up to 75 with the D700 after shooting at ISO 3200. I took it out to photograph an accident that happened last night (see pic) and I was using a 70-300mm f4.5/5.6 Nikon lens @ 300mm and I didn’t have a tripod handy so I kept the shutter speed above 1/30 sec and set the ISO to 12,800 and the pictures came out pretty clear and the noise was very manageable. This thing owns the night (see church pic). I tried to get that shot earlier this year and I could never get the focus right. This camera just nailed it right away and I could leave the middle of the road sooner (always a plus). I’m big into astro-photography and also not having to use flash in indoor social situations and this camera delivers. AWB is pretty spot on as well with astro shots being the only issue. Video quality recording is something the D700 was lacking and I am pleased that I now own a 1080p 60fps camcorder as well. The microphone doesn’t like being too close to a baby grand piano but that is to be expected. All other videos have been just fine. All in all I’m very pleased with this camera’s performance and I look forward to a long a prosperous relationship with it.”