Interested in a Nikon DSLR full frame? Here we've rounded up all six DSLRs full frame from Nikon. You might also be interested in checking out full frame DSLRs from other manufacturers such as Canon or Sony.

Full frame sensor

Full frame DSLRs are called full frame because they have 36x24mm sensors, the same size as film that older SLRs used.

DSLR

Digital SLRs (also called DSLRs) are the digital equivalent of the old film SLRs. SLR cameras all have interchangeable lenses, and an optical viewfinder that lets you look through the lens and see exactly what the camera will capture when you take a photo.

Nikon D750
$1,560
Pro DSLR, announced over a year ago
Nikon D750
Screen resolution
High resolution screen
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1,229k dots
Dynamic range
Wide dynamic range
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14.5 EV
Screen flips out
Flip-out screen
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Great for movies
Focus points
Many focus points
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Nikon D810
$2,268
Pro DSLR, announced over a year ago
Nikon D810
Overall image quality
Great image quality
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96.0
Screen size
Large screen
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3.2"
Screen resolution
High resolution screen
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1,229k dots
True resolution
High true resolution
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36.2 MP
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Nikon D610
$1,111
Pro DSLR, announced over 2 years ago
Nikon D610
Overall image quality
Great image quality
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94.0
Startup delay
Almost no delay when powering up
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300 ms startup delay
Dynamic range
Wide dynamic range
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14.4 EV
Shutter lag
Barely any delay taking photos
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260 ms shutter lag
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Nikon D600
$1,295
Pro DSLR, announced over 2 years ago
Nikon D600
Overall image quality
Great image quality
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94.0
Startup delay
Almost no delay when powering up
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300 ms startup delay
Shutter lag
Barely any delay taking photos
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260 ms shutter lag
Lowest price
Low price
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$1,295.00
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Nikon D4s
$5,997
Pro DSLR, announced over a year ago
Nikon D4s
Light sensitivity
High ISO
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25,600 ISO
Continuous shooting
Rapid fire
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11 fps
Viewfinder size
Large viewfinder
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0.70x
Badge
Great battery life
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3020 shots
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Nikon DF
$2,740
Pro DSLR, announced over 2 years ago
Nikon DF
Size
Really small
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Professional size (144×110×67 mm)
Low light performance
Low noise at high ISO
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3,279 ISO
Viewfinder size
Large viewfinder
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0.70x
Light sensitivity (boost)
High ISO (boost)
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204,800 ISO
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discussion about nikon full frame DSLRs

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Avatar for Edward O'Shea Edward O'Shea (5:08 PM, October 21, 2015)
True, but in the case of this page, a camera with a full framse CMOS vs a cropped CMOS will have a better light gathering capability (bigger pixels), thus making the camera "faster" and allowing more flexibility with lens settings.
 
Avatar for AzraelExael AzraelExael (6:00 PM, March 17, 2015)
On every site where they advertise cameras is the same, people go for a better camera body but keep the same third party lenses. I am guessing that the person that does this is an amateur and don't know that the lens is what creates the image, the camera just holds the sensor and of course all the programs that people keep using, instead of learning about photography. I am guessing that it is nice to have a camera that call your mother when you forget, but I prefer to keep learning about photography and not rely on the camera. so much.
 
Avatar for heddi heddi (3:55 PM, March 31, 2014)
thank you for your feedback! :)
went ahead and purchased the 610 body and am very happy with it! the 800 was too much for my budget and was undecided between the 800 vs the upgraded 800. purchased 2 nikkor lenses- 80mm 2.8 and 200 mm 2.8. great lenses! what lenses are you shooting with?
 
Avatar for Shawn Bud Lyte Shawn Bud Lyte (9:33 PM, March 30, 2014)
I'm shooting with a D90, 2 Nikkor and 2 Sigma lenses. A D800 will be my next body, but I'll leverage the D90 to pay for it instead of paying out of pocket. Check Facebook for groups dedicated to Nikon in general as well as the particular body you have or want and don't be shy about asking questions.
 
Avatar for heddi heddi (8:23 PM, March 02, 2014)
Nikon newbie... leaving the Canon world... beginner pro looking to expand as a hobby... any advice?