Nikon D800 DSLR Camera

Nikon D800 DSLR Camera

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Nikon D800 DSLR Camera

The groundbreaking FX format Nikon D800 as one of the most keenly anticipated DSLRs in a long time, creating phenomenal imaging. Three and a half years after its predecessor the D700, Nikon D800 proudly announce there newest DSLR which offers a significantly more advanced feature set, including a pixel count of an astonishing 36.3MP that – for now at least – bests the competition by a comfortable margin, and is comparable only with high-end medium format digital equipment. The astonishing 36.3 mega-pixel FX-format sensor with a class-leading auto-focus system deliver unprecedented levels of depth and detail for your photography. Full HD D-movie offers all the flexibility you need for broadcast quality video. If you’re serious about developing your creativity, the D800 is the ultimate way to get the big picture.

D800 faces a competitive field that has made significant gains as well. Arch-rival Canon has recently updated its best-selling full-frame model to the 22.3MP EOS 5D Mark III. That the D800 has to prove itself a compelling upgrade for current Nikon shooters is a given. Yet a glance at the specifications indicates that Nikon has clearly been paying attention to the success of the Canon EOS 5D Mark II, and its video performance in particular. The hope among the Nikon faithful is that the D800 matches or exceeds the impressive high ISO performance of recent Nikon DSLRs while providing the resolution benefits of a much higher pixel count. Apart from their sensors, the D800 and D4 share many identical specifications. Although the D800 offers a much slower maximum frame rate at full resolution (4fps, compared to 11fps in the D4) and lacks some of the pro-oriented ‘frills’ like built-in Ethernet connectivity, it shares the same revamped 51-point AF system which is effective down to -2EV, the same processing engine and almost exactly the same highly advanced video mode…