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Canon PowerShot SD750 vs Nikon D7200

3.61 in
2.24 in
Canon PowerShot SD750 Digital Camera
Canon PowerShot SD750
5.33 in
4.19 in
Nikon D7200 Digital Camera
Nikon D7200
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Full Comparison

Sensor

Canon PowerShot SD750Canon PowerShot SD750
Nikon D7200Nikon D7200
Sensor typeCCDCMOS
Sensor size0.23 in0.93 in
Sensor photo detectors7.0 Mpx25.0 Mpx
Effective pixels7.0 Mpx24.0 Mpx
Image ratio w:h
  • 4:3
  • 3:2
  • 3:2
  • 16:9
Max resolution3072 x 2304 px6000 x 4000 px
Other resolutions
  • 2592x1944
  • 2048x1536
  • 1600x1200
  • 640x480
  • 4496x3000
  • 2992x2000
  • 4800x3200
  • 3600x2400
  • 2400x1600
ProcessorDIGIC III iSAPSExpeed 4
Image sensor format
N/A
DX

Image

Canon PowerShot SD750Canon PowerShot SD750
Nikon D7200Nikon D7200
ISO
  • 80
  • 100
  • 200
  • 400
  • 800
  • 1600
  • AUTO
  • 100
  • 25600
ISO Autoyes
N/A
ISO minimum80100
ISO maximum160025600
Maximum image resolution3072 x 2304 px6000 x 4000 px
White balance presets512
White balance modes
  • Auto
  • Cloudy
  • Daylight
  • Fluorescent
  • Tungsten
  • Auto
  • Cloudy
  • Direct sunlight
  • Flash
  • Fluorescent
  • Incandescent
  • Manual
  • Shade
Custom white balanceyesyes
Photo effects
  • Black&White
  • Neutral
  • Positive film
  • Sepia
  • Skin tones
  • Vivid
  • Black&White
  • Neutral
  • Vivid
Image stabilizernono
Image stabilization typeNoNo
Uncompressed formatNoRAW
Boosted ISO maximum
N/A
102400
Supported image file formats
N/A
  • JPG
  • RAW
Supported aspect ratios
N/A
16:9
HDR
N/A
yes
AEB/HDR support
N/A
yes

Optics and focus

Canon PowerShot SD750Canon PowerShot SD750
Nikon D7200Nikon D7200
Optical zoom4.0 x7.8 x
Digital zoom3.0 x
N/A
Minimum aperture2.83.5
Maximum aperture4.91.8
Focal length equiv35 - 105
N/A
Focus adjustmentAutoAuto/Manual
AutofocusSingle Auto Focus
  • Continuous Auto Focus
  • Selective
  • Servo Auto Focus
Auto Focus (AF) lockyesyes
Manual focusNoyes
Auto Focus (AF) assist beamyesyes
Macro focus range1.97 in
N/A
Number of focus points951
Lens mount
N/A
Nikon F
Magnification (Crop factor)
N/A
1.5 x
AF assist (auto-focus assist light)
N/A
Lamp
Contrast autofocus
N/A
yes
Autofocus in recording mode
N/A
yes
Focal length multiplier
N/A
1.5x
Max number of AF points (incl. assistant)
N/A
51
Image stabiliser
N/A
Lens based only
Filter diameter
N/A
2.64 in
Phase detection autofocus
N/A
yes
Number of AF points (contrast)
N/A
51

Screen and viewfinder

Canon PowerShot SD750Canon PowerShot SD750
Nikon D7200Nikon D7200
Screen size3.0 in3.2 in
Screen technologyLCDLCD
Screen dots2300001228800
Touch screennono
Field of view100.0 %
N/A
Live viewnoyes
ViewfinderNoneOptical
Articulated LCD
N/A
no
Viewfinder coverage
N/A
100.0 %
Viewfinder magnification
N/A
0.94 x
Dioptre correction
N/A
yes
Diopter adjustment (D-D)
N/A
-2 - 1
Eye relief
N/A
0.77 in
Separate info display
N/A
yes
Flip-out screen
N/A
no
Second display
N/A
no

Photography features

Canon PowerShot SD750Canon PowerShot SD750
Nikon D7200Nikon D7200
Shooting modes
  • Auto
  • Manual
  • Movie
  • Aperture priority
  • Sensitivity priority
  • Shutter priority
Minimum shutter speed15.0 s30.0 s
Maximum shutter speed1.0 s1.0 s
Shutter prioritynoyes
Aperture prioritynoyes
Exposure compensation plus25
Exposure compensation minus-2-5
Expousure compensation steps1/3
  • 1/3
  • 1/2
Self-timer delay2.0 s
  • 2
  • 5
  • 10
  • 20
Histogramyesyes
Built-in flashyesyes
Flash range3.512
Flash modesRedeye Reduction
  • Auto
  • Fill-in
  • Flash OFF
  • Forced OFF
  • Redeye Reduction
  • Second-curtain Sync
  • Slow Sync
External flashnoyes
Continuous drive1.7 fps6.0 fps
Scene modes
  • Beach
  • Children
  • Close-up
  • Fireworks
  • Night
  • party
  • Portrait
  • Underwater
  • Beach
  • Candlelight
  • Children
  • Close-up
  • Dawn
  • Dusk
  • Food
  • Night landscape
  • Party
  • Pet
  • Snow
  • Sports
  • Sunset
  • Landscape
Self-timeryesyes
Self-timer options
  • 2
  • 10
  • 2
  • 10
Camera shutter type
N/A
Electronic
Manual exposure mode
N/A
yes
Number of exposures
N/A
9
Auto exposure lock
N/A
yes
AE EV steps
N/A
  • 1/3
  • 1/2
  • 2/3
  • 1
  • 2
Continuous shooting
N/A
yes
AE frames
N/A
  • 2
  • 3
  • 5
  • 7
WB Bracketing
N/A
Yes
Subject / scene modes
N/A
yes
Flash sync speed
N/A
1/250s
External flash connection
N/A
Hot shoe
Flash metering system
N/A
i-TTL
Metering modes
N/A
  • Multi
  • Center-weighted
  • Spot
Manual settings
N/A
yes
Speed (JPEG)
N/A
6.0 fps
Speed (RAW)
N/A
6.0 fps
Exposure bracketing
N/A
0.3 - 3.0±EV

Videography features

Canon PowerShot SD750Canon PowerShot SD750
Nikon D7200Nikon D7200
Maximum resolution640 x 480 px1920 x 1080 px
Video recordingyesyes
Supported video file formatsAVI
  • AVC
  • H.264
  • MOV
  • MPEG-4
Camera playback
  • Movie
  • Single image
  • Highlights
  • Movie
  • Single image
  • Slide show
  • Thumbnails
Motion JPEG frame rate30.0 fps
N/A
Recording resolutions
N/A
1280.0 px
HD type
N/A
Full HD
Max resolution (highest frame rate)
N/A
1920 x 1080
Max frame rate (highest resolution)
N/A
60.0 fps
Max frame rate (regardless of res.)
N/A
60.0 fps

Audio features

Canon PowerShot SD750Canon PowerShot SD750
Nikon D7200Nikon D7200
Built-in microphoneyesyes
Voice recordingyesyes
Microphone type
N/A
Stereo
Speaker type
N/A
Mono
Audio system
N/A
Stereo
Supported audio file formats
N/A
LPCM
Noise reduction
N/A
yes

Design

Canon PowerShot SD750Canon PowerShot SD750
Nikon D7200Nikon D7200
Body typeCompactSLR
Body materialMetalAluminum-magnesium
Colour of product
  • Black,Silver
  • Silver
Black
Environmentally sealednoyes
Anti-dust system
N/A
yes

Dimensions

Canon PowerShot SD750Canon PowerShot SD750
Nikon D7200Nikon D7200
Weight4.59 oz23.81 oz
Width3.61 in5.33 in
Height2.24 in4.19 in
Depth0.77 in2.99 in

Storage

Canon PowerShot SD750Canon PowerShot SD750
Nikon D7200Nikon D7200
Internal storage32.0 mB
N/A
Compatible memory cards
  • MMC
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • SDXC
Maximum memory card size4.0 GB
N/A
Storage types
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • SDXC
Dual memory card slots
N/A
yes
Memory slots
N/A
2
Camera file system
N/A
  • DCF 2.0
  • DPOF
  • Exif 2.3

Power

Canon PowerShot SD750Canon PowerShot SD750
Nikon D7200Nikon D7200
Battery life (CIPA)2101110
Battery life (max)6.0 h
N/A
Battery technology
Lithium-Ion
Lithium-Ion
Number of batteries supported11
Power source type
N/A
Battery

Connectivity

Canon PowerShot SD750Canon PowerShot SD750
Nikon D7200Nikon D7200
HDMInoyes
USB version2.02.0
Remote controlNoyes
PictBridgeyesyes
HDMI connector type
N/A
Mini
Headphone port
N/A
yes
Microphone port
N/A
yes
Wireless
N/A
Built-In
Supported WiFi types
N/A
  • IEEE 802.11b
  • IEEE 802.11g
NFC
N/A
yes
Wireless network (Wi-Fi)
N/A
yes
Bluetooth
N/A
no
Firewire
N/A
no

Other features

Canon PowerShot SD750Canon PowerShot SD750
Nikon D7200Nikon D7200
Timelapse recordingyesyes
Orientation sensoryesyes
Date imprintingyes
N/A
Energy Star certifiedyesno
Image editing modesRotating
  • Crop
  • Resizing
  • Rotating
  • Trimming
GPS
N/A
yes
Languages support
N/A
Multi
Tripod mounting supported
N/A
yes

Pros & Cons

Pros
  • Exposures are generally accurate and shadow detail is well maintained
  • Colour is pleasing and noise is well controlled at ISO settings
  • generally fast and accurate and close-ups were handled competently
  • transferring images to your PC is easy
  • great; easy-to-use snapper
  • picture quality is excellent for a pocket snapper
  • always nice to have a spare battery
  • layout intelligent and comfortable to use
  • attractive design; large LCD; and excellent photo quality
  • lightweight and compact
  • improved feature set
  • sharp; rich; professional-quality photographs
  • 60p video is nice
  • The base camera was already darned good by all accounts
  • features are much more intuitive and well implemented on the smaller cameras
  • iso-invariant quality at iso 100 is impressive
  • Image results are very satisfactory
  • make it easy to shoot compelling lifestyle images
  • solid and well-built
  • is better for sports and low-light photography
  • the automatic white balance system copes very well across all different lighting conditions
  • the majority of images are well-balanced with a good exposure
  • Footage does look crisp and clean
  • detail is sharp and colour is rich and accurate
  • Good low light performance Lots of controls within easy reach Sturdy build
  • a solid performer during the daytime
  • most part; crisp and clean
  • D7200 feels sturdy and well built
  • the optical viewfinder is a pleasure to use
  • Colors are accurate and pleasing
  • brighter and more accurate color
  • D7200 generally exhibited very good dynamic range
  • feature-set and solid performance
  • higher continuous shooting rates and improving bracketing
  • entire arrangement lays out all controls within the comfortable reach of your hand
  • excellent balance of colour production in comparison to source
  • autofocus mechanism now works fast and accurately even in very low luminance conditions
  • It enhances details in mid-tones which makes images look crisper
  • The speed of this DSLR is excellent
  • Operational speed of the D7200 is exceptional
  • Custom WB works well and is capable of balancing difficult lighting
  • colors come out well balanced
  • White-balance is reasonably good
  • Battery-life is excellent
  • Every system and lens lineup
  • The reproduction of the model shot is very good
  • The reproduction of the test box is very neutral
  • The sharpness results were excellent
  • skin tones are reproduced very well
  • the skin tone reproduction is very good
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  • The color reproduction is excellent
  • very fast and reliable AF system
  • affordable; compact; and for the most part; well-built
  • Very good HD video on a budget in a highly capable well featured camera
  • intelligent masking tool; improved workspaces and more
  • light and have fun
  • making it easy to compare with other cameras
  • a very useful addition to an already good wildlife shooter
  • Colour is very good
  • Low light focus is impressive
  • excellent detail and quality
  • Dynamic range is good
  • takes great stills and is highly customizable
  • refined and powerful and complete camera in almost every aspect
  • complementary lens line-up
  • Autofocus was fantastic with the D7200
  • s image quality performance is excellent
  • D7200 is easy to give a high recommendation
  • image quality is superb and the low light performance just keeps getting better
  • pretty easy to connect and transfer images to my phone
  • The viewfinder is very good
  • and weatherproof; making it perfect for use outdoors
  • power-light; easily readable monochrome screen
  • cameras are improving more and at a faster rate than ever before
  • Great quality; perfect size - not
  • it is a very speedy camera
  • Better video; simpler UI; and far better C-AF
  • G85 is the better all arounder
  • the perfect photo while still having plenty of resolution is very valuable
  • fast autofocus; solid video
  • all well and good
  • video picture quality remains excellent with flattering colours and crisp details
  • faster processor and larger buffer for longer bursts of photos
  • Autofocus is still excellent
  • The manual white balance works perfectly
  • D7200 has exceptional longevity per charge
  • well balanced; with the buttons positioned correctly
  • bright; sharp and clear
  • best prices and service
  • Very good correction was provided for daylight-balanced fluorescent lighting
  • exposures were evenly balanced and nicely positioned
  • Manual measurement is also supported and delivers good results in most situations
  • improved low light AF performance
  • Exposure and white balance were accurate; and colors convincing
  • comfortable in-hand and most controls are very well-placed
  • speedy autofocus in Live View
  • Nikon's controls lend themselves to two-handed use
Cons
  • image noise made shots almost unusable
  • monaural sound was unexciting
  • It also loses the touch-sensitive controls
  • the touch-sensitive dial is no iPod clickwheel
  • image quality was a surprisingly mixed bag
  • no optical viewfinder on the Canon SD750
  • The card does sit a bit lower than usual
  • Digital zoom is really just a crop from the center of the frame
  • capabilities lacking in basic PictBridge connections
  • The Bad Photos tend to have purple fringing
  • tends to look a bit coarse
  • low-light or unsteady shooting conditions
  • Screen and viewfinder Screen and viewfinder haven't
  • AF is not good in bad light conditions
  • The colors of the CCD have surely been missed
  • Nikon cripple the top LCD display
  • old swivel style LCD
  • They are not awarded to every camera
  • find lots of scene modes clogging up the mode dial
  • sensor has no anti-aliasing filter
  • settings can only be used in Monochrome and in JPEG
  • shame not to see an articulating or touch sensitive screen
  • Nikon D7200 from around the web
  • grainy; blurry; noisy mess
  • Not exactly a grand selling point
  • feels a little mired in the past
  • This is not a revolutionary camera
  • weather-sealed against light rain as well as dusty or sandy conditions
  • auto white balance was again a little off
  • Slight vignetting is also noticeable in the corners
  • Exposure control while shooting video is limited to shutter speed
  • D7200 lacks an optical low-pass filter
  • tilt-angle touchscreen and 4K video recording
  • the 51 autofocus points cover the whole of the frame
  • Single-handed usage is difficult
  • only a little behind for color
  • Quite large Offers little in the way of cutting edge features
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  • Saturation is slightly dull in Neutral
  • Reaches shutter-speeds longer than 4 seconds
  • Allows external flash units to be attached
  • noise is barely noticeable
  • Shutter-Speed and EC dials
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  • The color errors are on a very low level
  • lackluster AF
  • Cameras will only get ;
  • Noise is only one point when discussing image quality
  • Inconsistent is a vague description
  • k3 does not shine in afc or tracking
  • HDR seems to be fading as a fad
  • Purple fringing is evident in areas of high contrast and worsens towards the corners
  • doesn't have a fold out LCD
  • 3x crop mode
  • extreme ISOs would produce far too many digital artifacts with color images
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  • bulky No tilting touchscreen Video frame rate
  • live view autofocus is mediocre at best
  • t Like Mediocre Wi-Fi implementation
  • odd ghosting artifacts can be seen below
  • D7200 does not have an optical low-pass filter
  • the WiFi range was quite limited
  • s inability to distinguish the actual solid objects
  • plenty of performance that will be hard to outgrow
  • Nikon D7200 Screen and viewfinder 7
  • but lacks the palm-hugging loveliness of the new style
  • terrible AF on my older DSLRS)
  • the menus drive me insane
  • problematic AF in video
  • the video is not the best in the class
  • detection/tracking works poorly
  • lack the AF-S designation
  • quality starts to drop gradually
  • Nikon has struggled with
  • capture both full resolution stills and video at the same time
  • images lose most detail and are no longer of desirable quality
  • no dedicated Wi-Fi button
  • clumsy autofocus is only suitable for casual use
  • photos only transferred when browsing thumbnails on the connected device
  • lack of design change
  • Nikon lags behind the pack for the sophistication of its wireless features
  • There are no other manual capabilities
  • Subpar wireless implementation and a fixed LCD display
  • it tends to blow out highlights just like with stills
  • color noise as well as mushy details
  • drawback of having not updated the body design
  • lack of a vari-angle screen feels amiss
  • lack of a vari-angle LCD feels amiss
  • lack of vari-angle screen and broader feature set
  • lack of a vari-angle screen
  • usual dorky MH-25a charger
  • Auto LCD brightness control has been removed
  • significantly heavier and more expensive
  • looked ratty; noisy; blotchy and off-color
  • blotchy faded colors and lifeless black shadows
  • lack of a suitable recording device
  • Nikon nor Canon is currently doing much in the way of innovation
  • the Scene mode only allows exposure compensation to be changed
  • Rechargeable Li-ion Battery Pack
  • it remains noticeably slower in the Live View mode
  • Wi-Fi wireless networking connectivity a little rough around the edges
  • Video mode feels a bit of an afterthought
  • limited buffer depth as a key concern
  • 24-megapixel image sensor
  • Presents a steep learning curve
  • The image sensor omits an optical low pass filter
  • of rolling shutter when recording at 30fps and panning quickly
  • lacks
  • controls noise at high ISO settings
  • no way to adjust settings

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