Just recently, my dad asked me if I seen the nikon d750 and whether or not it was a good camera. He calls me up and asks me from time to time about cameras given my experience compared to his. But I drew a blank on this camera because I couldn't remember it coming out or any specs on it. But after looking it up on Imaging Resource's website, http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/nikon-d750/nikon-d750A.HTM, I couldn't help but to think how useful this camera would be for me.
Some years ago, I was able to purchase a Nikon d3s, and I used that camera very well, along with a 24-70mm f/2.8 and 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, both Sigma models. Before that I had a d40x that was given to me from my dad. I've always been a Nikon fan and the D3s was a stable in my photography experience. I've spoken so highly of that camera and shown pictures as what I was able to capture, and even talked a fellow photog to investing in the model himself. As time has moved on, I've wanted to venture to other places and attend more photography events. Given the lack of funds, I decided to part from my D3s to pay bills and what not so I could attend PDN PhotoPlus. Such a separation I would not recommend, because time and time again, you'll ponder over why did I sell it. And each time, I had to reassure myself of what I was able to do with the camera sacrifice.
Lately, I've been on the "getting my baby back" trend, by finding jobs that pay well to help go about purchasing a certified used one from places like www.KEH.com, www.BHPhoto.com, or www.Adorama.com. The d3s is now at the price of over $3200 used. Which is a dip from it's $5200+ price tag (that the D4s is now skating around). But, after that phone call with my dad, I may be looking to a new direction, quite possibly the D750. Without holding it in my hands, I've used Imaging Resource Camera Compare system to see how the camera fairs against the D90 and the D3s. While it blows the d90 out of the water, it compares very well to the D3s, not to mention it's current price of around $2,300 new. Without going to far into detail I will say that the D750 has my attention especially with the tilt screen option, the wifi, it being an FX camera, the 60fps video option, and thensome. If you would like to view the comparison go to: http://www.imaging-resource.com/cameras/nikon/d3s/vs/nikon/d750/