I think you would agree with me too that 3 years is a big time period for any gadget for completing its product cycle, even a high end DSLR. Well, the D700 remained on its flagship DSLR rest since its launch back in summer 2008, all the way through Nikon’s D800 announcement earlier this year. In this occupancy the full-frame camera became the primary workhorse in reward of photography pros, emerges safe to confirm that its successor is up to the same job. Well you must be glad to know that the 36.3-megapixel D800 has accomplished its labs tour, leaving reviewers with positive impressions across the board.
Nikon D800 is coming as a successor to the now 3 1/2 year old D700, coming up with significantly more advanced feature set than its predecessor, predominantly in terms of its video capabilities that make it, on paper at least, a viable and tempting option for professionals. On its core, there is Nikon-developed sensor that boasts 36.8 million pixels in total, with a maximum effective output of 36.3MP. The D800 is potentially very attractive to studio and landscape professionals, but should pique the interest of a great many enthusiast Nikon users too specially those who have been ‘stuck’ at 12MP for years, with a D300, D300s or D700.
The chief features that you would find in D800 includes 36.3MP CMOS sensor with 15.3MP DX-format capture mode and 25MP 1.2x Crop mode. It is capable of 1080p video shooting at 30, 25 or 24 frames per second, up to 24Mbps, with uncompressed HDMI output and audio monitoring options. In regard of display it is fitted with 3.2″, 921,000 dot LCD with anti-fog layer that resist the condensation of water. D800 also gives Maximum 4fps continuous shooting in FX mode. The Nikon D800 incorporates the latest 91,000-pixel 3D Color Matrix Metering III and the Advanced Scene Recognition System, coupled with an improved 51-point AF system for images with amazing sharpness, color and clarity. The Nikon D800 will be available in late March for the suggested retail price of $2999.95.1 The D800E version will be available in mid April 2012 for a suggested retail price of $3,299.95.
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