Nikon D810

Nikon D810

  • Image sensor format: Full format (35 mm)
  • Type of camera: Digital SLR
  • Sensor resolution: 36.3 megapixels
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4.4 of 5 stars

Based on 6 reviews

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11/03/2017
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    Unregistered0ef4b22d
    Drive yourself Canon but wanted to try, and most were good but it was too tough for me when to find focus as it goes, but not as Canon, I have compared it with a Canon 450, 450 is faster and Type 14 year old also my other chambers 7d 7dmk2 5mk2 5mk3 5mk4 and some others with otherwise very good picture no talking about it ... I find a lot more that I did not like but as I said (Good pictures nothing more) First 5mk2 5mk3 D810 Very good today have a Nikon 3200 takes good pictures the same as d810

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    07/03/2017
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      markabbawi
      Already has a D750 that I love. Still has it. Chose to buy a D810 for two main reasons, more megapixels 36 and no low-pass filter. Pictures are super nice and clear. Very sharp. I'm not saying that the D750 does not takes pictures as well, but with the D810 becomes even sharper when they skipped the filter. D810 is extremely quiet and fast. Lovely to have to do. However, I personally feel that the grip on my D750 are much more comfortable than the D810. But even there, a habit, and how you choose to hold the camera.

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      27/01/2016
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        Unregistered44075
        Will D900 or 850 ???? Hope wifi, 4-8K video, 53 Megapix

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        10/01/2016
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          castortroy33
          Pro .. professional camera

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          16/12/2014
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            robin90
            Struck after a long period shilly-shallying between Sony A7S, Nikon D4, Nikon D810. Felt after a while that the AF would be nice to have with my Nikon lenses, SD card to avoid adapters, good battery life. Who knows the next time I fall enough over the A7S successor. Since no film in 4K directly into the camera to get the most out filming done with a GoPro 4 but when it comes to little darker environments may SLR arrive and shoot. First impressions are good focus, silent shutter, nice pictures even at a little higher ISO. The screen is going strong, fast in all menus and when zoomed in the picture, auto-iso when filming is nice as hell. Awesome nice and bright viewfinder, easier to look at the manual focus than the previous camera. Battery life seems to be okay but the images quality is absolutely phenomenal good. To shoot handheld with a softbox outdoors, on a stand with longer shutter speeds and hand-held with a little higher ISO (3200) gives shit nice results. Passing from a Nikon D5100. After iso 800 so hung not the D5100 with the longer I thought. Buy a 64gb memory card directly. I only had 16gb at home but they are only sufficient to just under 200 RAW images. It costs a part which meant I waited some time but what the hell you only live once. It is only to strike! Fotandet has become more fun when you can get better results on more occasions than before. Will come back later with more feedback when I had time to use the camera more.

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