The Nikon D800 finally has a successor and it’s called the Nikon D810. Up until now, nothing but a rumor, this new model combines all the features that made the D800 great with new top-of-the-line features that will almost certainly set the benchmark for image quality.
It’s all about image quality and the Nikon D810 provides a level of detail and sharpness along with staggering dynamic range and tonality in any light. Nikon has upped their game to give still and multimedia photographers the new tool they need to greatly enhance landscape, studio, wedding, and portrait photography.
An amazing tool that will be a must-have for cinematographers and camera operators, the Nikon D810 provides accurate autofocus, blinding frame rates, quicker image processing, compact files formats, and long battery life. The D810’s new exciting new capabilities will change the way you look at your images and make you rethink your vision for photography.
With the new Nikon D810 anything seems possible. It is truly designed to ignite your creativity by giving you astounding images and helping bring out the artist in you.
Nikon D810 DSLR
The bar has been raised by Nikon and with the new Nikon D810 cameras it will be impossible to look back. What can you expect from this new Nikon powerhouse? The first thing you will notice is that it is nearly identical to the D800 in structure. But that’s where the comparison ends. Nikon boasts some amazing new features that leave the D800 behind and open up a new era in DSLR. Take a look at its amazing new features that promise to take photography farther than ever before into the 21 century.
Nikon D810 DSLR Features
- The D810 sports a large 3.2-inch diagonal wide viewing angle TFT-LCD screen
- Brand new 36.3-megapixel, full-frame, FX-format sensor (35.9mm x 24 mm) without an optical low pass filter (OLPF) for better image quality, amazing dynamic range, and sharper videos
- Get the fastest possible camera experience (about 30% faster than the D800) with the D810’s EXSPEED4 image processing engine
- Nature and sport photographers will appreciate the D810’s 5 fps, full resolution imaging
- 15 cross-type AF sensor for stunningly accurate auto-focus which also works with Nikon’s advanced Scene Recognition System to provide the best in face detection
- More energy-efficient than the D800, you will be able to shoot higher quality images longer with the D810
- Smaller SRAW file sizes are now smaller than ever before
- The D810’s ISO range is 64-12800
- Concert shooting is well-supported by the highlight weighted metering
- Video shooters will appreciate the flat picture control which provides a flatter tonal response with more room for dynamic range
- Totally adjustable balance
- A new sequencer and mirror balancer reduces internal vibration and provides better slow-shutter landscape shooting or time lapse after dark
- Power aperture
- Built-in stereo microphone
- New button at the rear of the camera changes movie settings in live view
- Uses an EN-EL15 lithium-ion battery
- The new Nikon D810 supports CompactFlash (CF) (Type I, compliant with UDMA), SD, SDHC, and SDXC storage media.
- Approximate dimensions of the Nikon D810 are 5.8 x 4.9 x 3.3 inches or 146 x 123 x 81.5 mm. with an approximate weight of 31.1 oz or 880 g (camera body only)
- Nikon Capture NX-D software will be released with the camera designed for processing and adjusting RAW images.
The new Nikon D810 should be available on July 17, 2014 in many larger retailers. The new software suite will also be available in July at no cost. Look for two new Nikon D810 kits to be available with plenty of lenses and accessories in addition to the camera body.
Nikon D810 Product Tour
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