Nikon D800: Full-Frame DSLR 36MP with Video Settled

For professional photographers certainly no stranger to the Nikon D700, a full-frame camera DSRL relatively affordable price of Nikon. Well, now Nikon DSLR camera brings new as the successor to the Nikon D700. Introduce Nikon D800 which appears armed with 36.3 Megapixel Full Frame sensors (FX format).

To satisfy the needs of serious photographers who want to produce topnotch quality, Nikon has incorporated image processor “EXPEED 3” fast. At first glance, the specifications are not much different from the D700. From the side of the body, the D800 has a size and shape that is identical to the Nikon D700. There is also a 51-point AF system and has a continuous shooting speed of 4 photos per second (full resolution FX format). ISO range is still the same as the D700 which is from ISO 100 to ISO 6400 and can be optimized up to ISO 25,600.

D800 is equipped with fog-free LCD measuring 3.2 inches with a resolution of 921 000 pixels and supports Live-View mode (target object via the LCD). Not just tough to take photos, the Nikon D800 is also quality video recording Full-HD 1080p at 30 fps. This feature has been waiting for Nikon users.

To show off the results of your video or photo on TV, providing HDMI. Data transfer USB connection rely on version 3.0 which on paper has performed two times faster than the USB 2.0 version. The storage medium is not limited to one type of memory card. Nikon D800 can use two types of memory, the CF and SD cards, in turn. As for the battery, the Nikon D800 using the same lithium ion batteries as the D700. Even the accessories battery grip also retained the existing MB-D12 in Nikon D700.