Its been a while since I posted here last, since I got into wedding photography and videography plus my daily job I simply have no time. Anyways, for 4 years my beloved D750 has been my main work horse, loyal reliable friend. I don't have enough words to say how hard this camera worked, well over 200K actuations and alas I must let it go, retire the old lady. Due to weird electronic issues I simply cant trust it anymore but I accept it with love, it has worked far more then it was designed to. I would like to share 4 years of experience with it for anyone who want to consider buying a D750 First amazing low light performance Excellent AF system In my experience very reliable Was always great value for the money Love the tilting screen Any negatives ? Well I guess it all depends of expectation, the D750 did all that I expected it to do, nothing more, nothing less so for me it was a pure pleasure, compared to cameras like the Sony A7III I guess it looks obsolete but it is 4 years old tech and still I think can performed brilliantly. To all who wonder what camera did I replace it with . I really was hoping to get the new Z6 as I need hybrid camera and the Z6 seems like the perfect choice but alas ONE memory card ? BIG no-no for wedding photography. So I found a great deal on a used D800 which will take the D750 place till Nikon will (hopefully) come out with a Z6 replacement with 2 memory card slots. Why didn't I get another D750 ? I have the D850 and I found it confusing to move from one camera to the other in the fast pase work environment of a wedding, having roughly same button layout will be helpful and make my work flow faster.