Nikon announces D810-dslr




Nikon has added the new D810-SLR to its lineup. The DSLR has a 36.3-megapixel sensor and a wide range of ISO 64 to ISO 12,800. The D810 is the successor to the D800 and D800E.

The sensitivity range is expanding to the equivalent of ISO 32 to 51,200. In addition to the larger iso-range is one of the improvements of the D810 with respect to its predecessors that the camera is faster. Images can be at full resolution 36.3 megapixel shot at 5fps, in DX 15.5-megapixel images is that at 7fps.

In addition, has the Nikon jacked off properties. There is a 51-point AF system present with a stand Group – field mode that is already in the D4S. There is also support for raw format ‘size S’ present and there are improvements in video field. The camera can record video at 1080p namely 60 fps with stereo audio through the built-in microphone. With the D800 and D800E that was 1080P at 30 fps and mono audio.

The 3.2 “LCD displays 1,229,000 dots and a split-screen zoom display” during live view. Finally, the camera offers uncompressed HDMI output with simultaneous storage capability., The D810 is July 17 on the Dutch market and should going to cost. 3299 euro


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