7 Thing Highlighted from Nikon D800

Nikon recently released new 'monster' called D800 hose only 2 weeks after D4 was launched. This is a full frame camera that cost about $ 3,000 (body only).

Nikon D800 (image: Endgadget)

Let's see more specifics, here are 7 things that should be highlighted from Nikon D800:

1. Sensor
It has very large full frame sensor with a very strong resolution also which is 36.3 million pixels. This is a full-frame sensor with high resolution in the world. Nikon promises that D800 has a sensor that capable of producing images with low noise and wide dynamic range.

2. File size
Of course with a very strong pixels, the resulting file size will be huge. Nikon said that it has for RAW file size 76 MB while the 16bit TIFF file size can be up to of 212.1 MB.

3. Sensitivity
Besides having pixels 3 times more than the D700, Nikon claims that the noise generated is almost equal. Sensitivity ranging from ISO 100-6400 in standard mode. It can be lowered to 50 and increased up to 25 600.

4. Autofocus system
This tool provided with the same autofocus system with his brother, D4 which is 51-point autofocus. AF and AF-area mode selection also possible without having to move the view from viewfinder.

5. Full HD video
D800 video capabilities like D4, with frame rate of 30, 24 and 25p for 1080p and 50p and 60p for 720p. It also has Clean HDMI output and offers 2 different crop.

6. Ergonomic
D800 has a different body and size with D700. But it apparently has a weight 10% lighter than its predecessor. For the layout of the keys claimed to have a much easier layout for the user.

7. D800E
Nikon also released 'E' edition along with the release of D800. To bring this D800E, consumers have to spend money about USD 634. This series promises a better picture detail but with a risk of moire.

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