You, and several thousand other users are wondering about that as well. It will be supported in the next update. But there hasn't been any announcement as to when that will be. There is a release candidate of DNG converter 8.7 that you can use to create DNG copies that you can use now until the next update is released.
Thank you so much Jim. First time someone has been able to answer my question! You seem very knowledgeable, are you able to tell me, if I was to convert to DNG in my Nikon program and then put into Light room do you think this would work without loosing quality or, I have converted to JPEG in Nikon program and then transferred to Lightroom. Is that a pointless exercise? I'm new to this, before my D750 I would edit JPEGs on my iPad. Thanks again, Kathryn
I didn't know there was a Nikon program that would convert to DNG. I don't know anything about it. I do know that using Adobe's free DNG converter there is no quality loss. You are working on the same raw data. It's just in a different wrapper. And working with DNG files would certainly provide you with higher quality than JPEG images. You're still working with raw image data at a higher bit rate.
Again, you have helped me more than Adobe support has. Thank you so much, I will do as you suggest and download their DNG converter. Have a great day/evening Jim.... regards Kathryn
I just want to emphasize that it is only the 8.7 RC (release candidate) that will work. Any previous version will not recognize the files from that camera. Also, take note that when you use the DNG converter it will prompt you for the folder containing your NEF files. Choose the folder but don't open it
kathrynpp and all,
Native Lightroom support for the D750 was added in the Lightroom 5.7 update released this evening.