The Nikon D750 has been a top hit for Nikon, as its versatility and low-light performance have made it the camera of choice for many photographers needing a great all-around body. However, it's getting a bit long in the tooth, but thankfully, its replacement may be on its way soon.
The Nikon D750 has been a very popular choice for many photographers due to its versatile capabilities and continues to be a great camera to this day. Nevertheless, it was announced in September 2014, and as such, it's probably ready for a replacement. Despite Nikon's recent entry into the mirrorless market, it appears they're wisely not abandoning their bread and butter DSLRs, as Nikon Rumors is reporting that the D760 will likely be announced in the first half of 2019, with shipping to following in the second half, while the D610 will be discontinued. Relevant rumored specs include 4K video and autofocus points and performance improvements, as well as low-light improvements (not that the D750 was any slouch in that area). It should make for a good upgrade for the many photographers who find the model to be the best balance of many capabilities and needs. Head over to Nikon Rumors for the full list of rumored specs.