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									        Nikon D800
36.3 MP CMOS FX-Format DSLR
Camera (Body Only)
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  Nikon D800 Introduction
Not long ago, a digital SLR with 36MP seemed inconceivable. And
although feasible, it would come at a huge cost. Nikon has changed the
market, introducing the D800 and D800E, a full frame 36MP Digital SLR at
just $2999 and $3299, respectively. The Nikon D800 and D800E achieve
remarkable image quality throughout a large ISO range. In fact after using
the D800/E extensively in a variety of photographic environments,
including weddings, landscapes, and in the studio, I would go as far to say
it’s the best camera I have ever used, in terms of image quality. I prefer the
D800E to the D800 as it provides a bit more clarity, fully utilizing all 36MP.
Later in the review I will provide more details on the differences between
the D800 and D800E.

The Nikon D800 is not an upgrade or replacement to the Nikon D700 or
D3X. Instead, it’s an entire new camera, combining some powerful
features of the more expensive Nikon D4 with the familiar D700 body style.
It feels a bit different than the prior generation cameras with its improved
ergonomic design and sleek curves. It also weighs noticeably less than the
D700. You can notice the weight difference the instant you pick it up.

 Nikon D800 Introduction
But one of the most important yet subtle advancements to the prior
generation cameras is the new auto-ISO and 100% viewfinder. It allows
you to think less about the camera settings and focus more on what you’re

The Nikon D800 also shares many similarities to the professional Nikon
D4. The D800 and D4 utilize the same 91K metering system along with the
multi-cam 3500FX autofocus system, allowing you to autofocus at -2EV. I
appreciate that Nikon included many features from the D4, as I use both
cameras frequently and depend on the fact that they operate similarly in
professional environments. I will get into some of the differences between
the two cameras later in the review.

Lastly, the D800’s video is fantastic. When shooting video, be sure to set
the correct white balance and picture controls. Video is not like shooting
photos in RAW where you can correct for these things in post processing. I
prefer a less contrast look, similar to some Hollywood productions, and
shoot often in portrait mode with the contrast turned down some.

Nikon D800 Body

Nikon D800 Body

Nikon D800 Body

Nikon D800 Body

Nikon D800 Body

Nikon D800 Body
Beautiful Body

Key Features D800
 Sensor: 35.9×24.0mm (FX format), 36.3MP (7360×4912) Nikon
designed sensor, Exceed III image-processing engine, auto sensor
 ISO range 100 to 6400 with extended Lo 1 (50) to Hi 2 (25600)
 100% viewfinder, and that comes with 5:4 crop, 1.2x crop, and DX crop
 3.2" LCD, 921K dots
 Auto Focus: 51 AF points including 15 cross type, same Multi-CAM 3500
AF module as on the D3, D4, D700, and D300 families. However, similar to
the D4, 9 of the AF points are sensitive to slower lenses with a maximum
aperture of f8.
 Dynamic 3D tracking AF uses a 91K-dot color matrix meter, same as the
 New AF priority option: focus priority for the first frame and then release
priority for subsequent frames
 Frame Rate: 4 fps FX, 5 fps DX (6 fps for DX with the MB-D12 vertical
grip and appropriate batteries)

Key Features D800
 Flash sync speed remains to be 1/250 second
Memory Card Slots: 1 CF, 1 SD
 Magnesium alloy chessis, weather sealing
 Virtual Horizon: in additional to horizontal leveling, there are pitch and
yaw leveling (front and back tilts)
 In-camera HDR (High Dynamic Range): Can merge two images with 3-
stop differential inside the camera.
 Battery: EN-EL15 Li-ion battery, same battery as the D7000 and V1
 Vertical Grip/Power Pack: New MB-D12
 Pop-up flash that can serve as Nikon CLS commander
 Accepts the older WT4A Wi-Fi transmitter, not the new WT5 for the D4.
 Assembled at Nikon’s Sendai, Japan plant

 Compared to D700: Specification highlights
• 36.3MP CMOS sensor (compared to 12.1MP)
• 15.3MP DX-format capture mode (compared to 5MP)
• 25MP 1.2x Crop mode
• 51-point AF system with 15 cross-type sensors, rated to -2EV* (compared to -1EV)
• ISO 100-6400 extendable to ISO 25,600 equiv (same as D700)
• 1080p video at 30, 25 or 24 frames per second, up to 24Mbps, with uncompressed
HDMI output and audio monitoring options*
• 3.2", 921,000 dot LCD with anti-fog layer* (compared to 3in, 921k-dot)
• Maximum 4fps continuous shooting in FX mode** (compared to 8fps in FX mode)
• Advanced Scene Recognition System with 91,000 pixel metering sensor* (compared
to 1005-pixel)
• 'Expeed 3' Image Processing*
• Dual-axis Virtual Horizon (on LCD screen/viewfinder)* (compared to single-axis)

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  Nikon D800 Conclusion
Overall, the Nikon D800 is offering lots of advanced features including a
100% viewfinder, powerful video recording capability, dual memory cards,
new battery system and much more that can match up to the existing
standards. What's impressive is that Nikon listens to the previous complaints
and has tripled the pixel count to 36.3MP and produce a camera with a
smaller size, yet the D800 DSLR is still quite affordable.

Nikon D800 camera comes highly recommended and is definitely an
excellent upgrade for the previous model. Based on the reviews, this camera
is loved by both professionals and amateurs. So, you should give the D800 a
try if you are shopping for a new camera, especially if you want to capture
beautiful landscapes.

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