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Real-world & Studio Samples Added to Nikon D810 1st-impressions Review

Nikon's new D810 consolidates the older D800 and D800E into a single body with no AA filter on its 36MP CMOS sensor. A few days ago we received a final production sample Nikon D810 and we've been shooting with it intensely ever since. Show More Summary

Nikon D810 vs. Nikon D800/E

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Nikon has updated its line of massively megapixeled full-frame DSLRs with the addition of the D810, but how does the new shooter stack up against its predecessors, the D800 and D800E? Let's compare the specifications and core features of the cameras to see which one is right for you... Continue Reading Nikon D810 vs. Show More Summary

Opinion: Why Small Changes Make a Big Difference to Nikon's D810

The Nikon D810 might seem like an incremental update to the older D800 and D800E but under the hood there are some significant new features. In this article, contributing writer Damien Demolder tells us why the numerous small changes that Nikon has made in the D810 add up to a big difference in the final product. Click through to read his opinion piece.

Nikon D810: What You Need to Know

Nikon's new D810 replaces two models, the D800 and D800E. It brings a number of refinements, some of which are minor, but some that are potentially very significant. The D810's specification sheet is enormous and it's easy to miss things - in this article we're cutting through the PR jargon and breaking out the D810's main selling points. Click through to read more

Nikon’s D810: A Familiar Looking Camera With Some New Improvements

After all the leaks and rumors that we’ve already been given on the camera, the Nikon D810 has now officially been announced. Appropriately named, the D810 is an upgrade to the Nikon D800 in the same way the iPhone 5S is an upgrade to the iPhone 5. Retaining the same number of megapixels as the [...]Show More Summary

Nikon's new D810 SLR favors evolution over revolution

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

It's been two years since Nikon's medium-format D800 and D800E SLRs hit the scene, and that's just about an eternity for gadget nerds. What exactly has Nikon been doing since then? Well, aside from working on top-tier beauties like the D4 and D4S,...

A little bit better: Nikon D810 First Impressions Review

The Nikon D810 replaces both the D800 and D800E, and the changes that Nikon has made in the new DSLR are significant. There's no OLPF to get in the way of resolution, and as well as a lower base and higher maximum ISO sensitivity the...Show More Summary

Nikon Df Demand Apparently Not As Hot As The D800

10 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

It wasn’t too long ago that Nikon announced their new full-frame mirrorless camera hybrid in the form of the Nikon Df. Given that there aren’t too many full-frame mirrorless cameras at the moment (Sony’s A7 and A7R do come to mind),Show More Summary

Surprise, Nobody Cares About MegaPixels Anymore, We Want Better Low Light Performance

Actually, this is not very surprising. The megapixel race have gone to sleep until Nikon's D800 and the rumored 75MP new Canon woke it up again. Last week we did a quick poll to see what should camera makers focus on. Here are the results. Show More Summary

Sundance Horror Short Shows Off Nikon D800

Instead of churning out a typical camera advertisement, Nikon and McCann put the former’s product–the new D800 Digital SLR–to the test by producing Broken Night, a 10-minute short film capable of displaying its advanced cinematic capabilities. Show More Summary

Photokina 2012: Interview - Dirk Jasper of Nikon

Nikon has had a busy year, launching several new products including two full-frame DSLRs, the 36MP D800 and the enthusiast D600, which offers a 24MP sensor. In a week when Canon announced its own affordable full-frame camera, the EOS...Show More Summary

iPhoto 1.1 for iOS now handles 36-megapixel images

2 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Crave

iPhoto for iOS devices brings touch controls to photo editing. (Credit: Apple) Good news for all you Nikon D800 who have a third-generation iPad or about to buy an iPhone 5: the new iPhoto 1.1 iOS app now can handle your 36.3-megapixel...Show More Summary

Sony SLT-A99: Can Sony’s full-frame DSLR go head-to-head with Nikon and Canon?

Building on its success in feature-rich, entry-level, DSLRs, Sony has upped the ante with its new SLT-based A99, going head to head with the Nikon D800 and Canon 5D Mark III

Nikon D600: A Professional Camera This Awesome Cannot Possibly Be This Cheap [Cameras]

2 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

For a lot of people, a professional DSLR like the Nikon D800 is something you dream about but can't afford. The new full-frame Nikon D600 is $800 cheaper than the D800 and packs many of its big brother's features. Yes, you, the non-professional should be very excited. More »

Nikon pushes out D4, D800 firmware update, fixes lock-up issues and other bugs

2 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

It wasn't long ago that we heard about the "lock-up" woes D4 and D800 owners were experiencing on their shiny new shooters, but luckily for them, Nikon just outed a fix to take care of those issues. Aside from solving the aforementioned...Show More Summary

Nikon adds midrange 28mm to its lens lineup

2 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Crave

Nikon's midrange 28mm f1.8 lens (Credit: Nikon USA) In addition to introducing its latest entry-level dSLR today, Nikon also debuted a new lens targeted at video shooters and D800 adopters. The fast, midrange 28mm f1.8 lens incorporates the company's Nano Crystal Coat, and Nikon claims it's designed to resolve on high-resolution sensors. Show More Summary

Nikon D800 vs. Canon 5D Mark III: Which Shoots Better Video? [Video]

2 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Canon and Nikon both have brand new professional DLSR cameras fighting for the wallets of photographers and videographers the world over. We recently reviewed the Canon 5D Mark III, and are whipping up a review of the Nikon D800. In the meantime, we put together a comparison of the video capabilities of these two foes. More »

Nikon's D800 outclasses camera rivals in sensor test

2 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Crave

The Nikon D800 (Credit: Sarah Tew) The Nikon D800 is the new king of the heap -- at least when it comes to DxO Labs' test of camera image sensors. The new 36-megapixel high-end SLR got an all-time high score of 95 on the DxOMark test, which measures a variety of sensor attributes when shooting raw images. Show More Summary

Canon's EOS 5D Mk III finally breaks cover

3 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Canon has chosen to kick off its 25th EOS anniversary with a new enthusiast-level digital SLR. As expected, the company has decided against challenging Nikon's 36.6 megapixel D800 and has instead opted for a 22-megapixel full frame sensor for its EOS 5D Mark III digital SLR. Show More Summary

Nikon D4 and D800 to ship in March, but only in the land of the baguette?

3 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

We might not have an official release date for Nikon's new shooters in the US of A, but over in France, well, things are un peu different. Per a questions and answers box on the French arm's Facebook page comes the image above, plainly stating its latest twosome will go on sale in March -- the 15th specifically for the D4, and the 22nd for the D800. Show More Summary

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