Two years after the launch of D800, Nikon announced today its successor. The new Nikon D810

Among its new features, the new Nikon D810 features is the fact that OLPF has been removed which maximizes the potential of every pixel, resulting in superior image resolution as well as the capability of shooting 5 frames per second at full resolution and 5:4, 6 fps in DX or 1.2x modes.

A few specifications about the new Nikon:

Nikon D810

  • Full frame Sensor FX-format 36.3MP CMOS (7360 x 4912 pixels)
  • Full HD video recording 1080p (60/30/24p) – 720p (30/60p)
  • EXPEED 4 image processing engine
  • ISO 64-12800 (51.200 extended)
  • 5fps burst mode
  • Advanced Scene Recognition System with the 91,000-pixel 3D Color Matrix Meter III
  • Multi-Cam 3500-FX AF sensor module
  • (1229K-dot)  3.2-inch LCD screen
  • WiFi and GPS
  • Integrated Flash and stereo mic
  • USB 3.0, miniHDMI, SD/SDHX/SDHC, CompactFlash
  • Dimensions 146 x 123 x 82 mm
  • Weight 980gr (body only)

The new Nikon D810 will be available in July 2014 at $3299.95 body only and the MB-D12 battery pack is already available for $616.00.


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