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The Nikon D800: Newest Pro Camera in Early 2012

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 25 - 2015

The Nikon D800

The Nikon D800



Nikon has just announced a new Pro DSLR that will sell like hotcakes among professional photographers. The Nikon D800 is a camera equipped with the highest photo resolution ever (in the DSLR category) of 36 MP. With a resolution that high, it’ll be a breeze for photographers to capture tiny details when shooting landscapes, fashion, still life, and any other types of photographs under the sun.

Key Features
– 36.3 megapixel full frame FX CMOS sensor
– ISO100-6400 (expandable to ISO50, ISO25600)
– 4fps continuous shooting
– 6fps continuous shooting in DX format at 15.4mp (with MB-D12)
– 51 focus points
– FX/5:4/1.2x/DX Image Formats
– EXPEED 3 processor
– AF at -2EV (Moonlight)
– Full HD 30/25/24fps Video
– Clean HDMI output, Mic/Headphone sockets
– ISO100-25600 available in video
– High-speed CF (UDMA 7) and SD (SDXC and UHS-1) dual card slots.
– 3.2inch screen, 921k dots (near sRGB colour)
– Optical viewfinder (same as D700)
– USB 3.0 – high speed for tethering
– Optional MB-D12 Battery pack
more info: Nikon D800 specs

Price (USA):

$2,999.95

($3,299.95, D800E)

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