The New Nikon D810 Camera

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Nikon has revealed its new mid-range DSLR and the successor to both the D800 and D800E: the D810. The camera features a new 36.3 megapixel CMOS sensor with no low-pass filter and incorporates the EXPEED 4 engine from the Nikon D4s for improved image quality. The camera also boasts a weather- and dust-sealed magnesium alloy body with an optical viewfinder and 3.2″ LCD screen. The D810 will be available late July with prices starting at $3,300 USD for the body only.

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  1. Moving onto other features, the differences aren’t all that great.
    It’s a DVD Tool, Ti – Vo Converter, MXF Converter and AVCHD Converter at the same time.
    Additionally, the D810 has expanded ISO settings,
    with a (not surprising) extra stop on the high end that
    boosts the ceiling to ISO 51,200 but, as a surprise, extra low settings of ISO 64 as native
    and ISO 32 as a low base setting that can be set in the custom options.

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