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Save up to £450 on the Nikon D750 with this incredible deal!

Save up to £450 on the Nikon D750 with these incredible deals!
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If you're looking to upgrade from a smaller sensor size, purchase a back-up camera or simply just invest in a sturdy and reliable DSLR, then this is the deal you've been waiting for. The Nikon D750 is available now for only £1449 - and it doesn't come alone. Included in this price is a 24-120mm f/4G ED VR lens, which is a versatile piece of glass that's perfect for any kitbag. 

This is a fantastic instant saving of £450 on the camera and lens - enough to throw in another piece of glass, or simply just pocket the difference. 

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Housing a 3.2-inch tilting screen, 6.5fps, 51-point AF, Full HD video recording and a 24.3MP resolution, the Nikon D750 is the whole package when it comes to affordable full frame cameras. Plus, you'll be able to enjoy a healthy battery life of 1,230 shots. 

The magnesium alloy and carbon fibre build means that you won't have to worry about the D750 falling apart at the slightest knock. This sturdy and reliable camera also comes with dust and weather proofing to help protect against less favorable conditions. 

Weighing in at 840g, the Nikon D750 is durable and pleasantly weighty without risking becoming too cumbersome by the end of a long shoot. Meanwhile, the 24-120mm f/4G ED VR lens (worth £1079 on its own!) is a compact and versatile 5x zoom lens with a constant f/4 aperture. With Vibration Reduction technology built into the lens and a Nano Crystal coat to reduce flare, you're certainly getting a lot of bang for your buck with this great deal. 

No matter whether you're an experienced shooter or a keen beginner, the Nikon D750 and 24-120mm f/4G ED VR lens are fantastic pieces of kit to invest in. 

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Louise Carey

With over a decade of photographic experience, Louise arms Digital Camera World with a wealth of knowledge on photographic technique and know-how – something she is so adept at that she's delivered workshops for the likes of ITV and Sue Ryder. Before joining the site, her formidable hands-on abilities served her well as features editor for Practical Photography. A freelance photographer in her own right, she is a proud Nikon DSLR shooter.