After the success of its younger sibling, the D700 way back 2010, Nikon is back once again to introduce their newest line-up to their digital camera family, the Nikon D800.
Packed with 36.3 megapixels of resolution with full-frame sensor, the Nikon D800 has a magnesium alloy body and it has an ISO ranging from 100-6400 with optional use of ISO 50 (Lo-1) and up to 25,600 (Hi-2).
Nikon D800 specs:
36.3MP CAM3500-FX sensor
1/8,000 ~ 30 seconds shutter speed
4fps FX / 5fps DX frame rates
51-point AF system
ISO100 ~ ISO6,400 expandable to 50 (LO-1) to ISO 25,600 (HI+2)
1080p @ 30fps video recording
720p @ 60fps video recording
3.2″ rear LCD
CF card & SD card storage
Built-in High Dynamic Range (HDR)
I know, I feel you! I myself felt really excited to get a hold of one of these to the point where I’m feeling like suffocated by a gusseted poly bags because of excitement.
The Nikon D800 will be released by late Q1 of this year with an SRP of $2,999.95.