D800:Nikon Announced the 36.3-Megapixel Camera

D800-Nikon Announced the 36.3-Megapixel Camera

Today, an official announcement of a professional SLR Nikon D800. This event, many were waiting for a year, because for the first time talked about this last spring.

The camera is the successor of the most popular  DSLR D700. Received from her all the best, he has come to replace it and present their own unique features and capabilities. Portal Electronista points out that the Nikon D800 is going to release in two versions – regular and “advanced”. The latter was named D800E.

Nikon D800 camera is focused exclusively on professional photographers, its base – is the CMOS-sensor FX format with a resolution of 36.3 megapixels. The model is equipped with 12-channel interface, the ADC data with high signal-to-noise ratio. In addition, it has a sensitivity range from ISO 100 to 6400. All this makes it possible to obtain high quality images with minimal low noise even in low light.

Nikon D800 is also turned into a professional video camera – the camera easily write video in Full HD resolution at 30 frames per second, and the frequency of HD-video and even higher – 60 frames per second. Length is limited to 30 minutes. D800 can be connected to the stereo or even headphones, there is also a line input for the PCM-devices.

One advantage of the Nikon D800 – is an advanced AF Multi-CAM 3500FX, which allows the camera to focus on the 51 point (in manual mode). This possibility is, perhaps, in the recently shown flagship Nikon – Model D4. The camera is equipped with 3.2-inch screen with a resolution of 921,000 pixels. Optical viewfinder has a glass prism and a 100 per cent frame coverage. Model Nikon D800E, in contrast to the D800, has an optical filter with filter anti-aliasing for maximum sharpness of images. This feature will be appreciated by professional photographers.


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