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Monday, August 11, 2014 at 11:35 AM

Nikon D810 Review (video).

Nikon D810: The Best DLSR Nikon Camera?
Being a successor to its predecessor from the same manufacturer, D810 is ready to turn the image of everything up a nice notch, or to a certain adequate degree, but as a replacement to older models of D800, this particular series is arguably amongst the most impressive of Nikon product so far. Encouraging the band new full framed of 36.3 megapixel sensor and improving tweaks of other kinds of older features, this model can deliver you a better to best display of image with the crisp and vivid details to every shades and colours available. At a first glance, the camera is indeed gives off a high-end device vibe to it; it simply gives off a good first impression. Either it is because of the reputation of the manufacturer or maybe because of the nice looking design, the product just gives off a nice impression to the design onlookers. Some probably say that initial appearance can be deceiving; true, to some degree, but in the case of Nikon D810, we personally think that it is safe to assume that the appearance of the product don’t betray its real capability, and yes, it seems that we are right on the money.
Nikon D810
Personally, we thought that the predecessor of this series, D800 is already a good camera with excellent feat, a kind of high-end camera that is good for professional use and stellar for regular uses. The overall design of the product is basically following the predecessor look in most places, but there are some notable changes too. For example, the grip of the camera is now nicer and the “I” button that was originally located elsewhere, now is located on the rear of the camera for an even easier access to the display of quick menu. Additionally, there are also some changes in the texture of the mode button as it is added with a nicer textured finish to it. There are also some subtle changes made to the camera, but really, it is nothing huge that you can basically picture the old model but with new features.

Essentially, what makes this product stellar is mainly because of its sharp resolution and quick response on its sensors. There are no low-pass optical filters in this series so it is capable of delivering you to the sharpest and crispest image possible. With an upgraded processor and new sensor at its core, this new camera is arguably on a different level among other models by the same manufacturer. Some have even claimed that the excellent features of this camera are a calling card that makes the product ranked among the best of camera products. The package comes along with Nikon D810 user manual to help users understand the feature of this camera better, either in and out.

Nikon D810 review pros and cons :
Nikon D810 pros :
  • Good battery life (1200 shots).
  • Buil-in GPS.
  • Large sensor.
  • High resolution screen (1,229k dots).
  • High true resolution 36.2 MP.
Nikon D810 cons :
  • No image stabilization.
  • Heavy.
  • Lacks in-camera panoramas.
Nikon D810 review specs and features :
Nikon D810 specs :
  • Type : Single-lens reflex digital camera.
  • Lens mount : Nikon FX mount.
  • 36.3 Megapixels.
  • FX format.
  • 60p Full HD.
  • EXPEED 4.
  • 64-12800 ISO.
  • 51 AF point.
  • Group-area AF.
Nikon D810 features :
  • Up to 7 fps burst rate.
  • Extensive ISO range.
  • RAW Size S.
  • Cinema Ready.
  • Picture Control 2.0.
  • Flagship AF performance.
See Nikon D810 specs more clearly, here.
See Nikon D810 features more clearly, here.
Buy Nikon D810, here.

Learn Nikon D810 with read Nikon D810 user manual in below. We belive with read user manual, you can use Nikon D810 better.
Download Nikon D810 user manual :
  • download Nikon D810 user manual in here (download).
Hopefully useful to user Nikon D810.
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