Nikon D810 Specifications, Review, Features, Price

Nikon D810 is one of the strongest pro-sumer DSLR cameras on the market, provides tremendous image quality and a sturdy build quality. It comes with great features, making it a flexible model that photographers of varying skill levels can use successfully. The D810 carries a price that will push it out of the budget of many photographers, unfortunately. But the ability to fully customize the camera’s settings and features gives this model a leg up versus other advanced DSLR cameras. 

Actually Nikon D810 is the older D800. They look extremely similar they're large DSLRs, but not ones with the gigantic battery that makes cameras such as the Nikon D4S look like they've been chomping down on steroids. The 3.2-inch display on the back is the same size as D800, but resolution has been increased from 921k dots to 1229k. But D810 comes with some new features it takes both CF and SD cards, with two slots hidden under a flap. If you're going to shoot in NEF (Nikon's version of RAW), you'll want a massive memory card too, as photos can reach close to 80MB. Each. Even fine quality JPGs are 20MB or so. Such massive amounts of data is what makes the USB 3.0 port on the side pretty handy. It's not going to cause as much fuss as (missing) 4K video, but if you have a recent laptop it'll speed-up transfers without you having to take out the card. Overall its a monster camera, image quality and performance are hard to fault. If you're a serious photographer willing to stump up the cash for at least a good lens or two, it's a fantastic buy.

Good part- Superb image quality and dynamic range

Great handling and control

Super fast focusing

Bad part- No 4K video

Missing a few extra features

Not a huge improvement over D800E

Nikon D810 specifications

Type: Professional 

Announced: Jun. 2014 

Sensor: 36.3 MP FX, 4.8µ pixel size

Sensor Size: 35.9 x 24mm

Resolution: 7360 x 4912

LCD Screen: 3.2 inch diagonal with 1,229K dots

Weight: 880g

Dimensions: 146 x 123 x 82 mm (5.75 x 4.84 x 3.23)

DX Mode: 15.3 MP

DX Mode Resolution: 4800 x 3200

Native ISO Sensitivity: 64-12,800

Boost Low ISO Sensitivity: 32

Boost High ISO Sensitivity: 25,600-51,200

Processor: EXPEED 4

Metering System: 3D Color Matrix Meter III with highlight weighted metering

Dust Reduction: Yes

Weather Sealing/Protection: Yes

Body Build: Full Magnesium Alloy

Built-in Flash: Yes, with Commander Mode, full CLS compatibility

White Balance: New White Balance System with up to 6 presets

Shutter: Up to 1/8000 and 30 sec exposure

Shutter Durability: 200,000 cycles, self-diagnostic shutter

Camera Lag: 0.012 seconds

Storage: 1x CF slot and 1x SD slot

Viewfinder Coverage: 100%

Speed: 5 FPS, 6 FPS in DX / 1.2X mode, 7 FPS in DX Crop Mode with optional MB-D12 battery pack

Exposure Meter: 91,000 pixel RGB sensor

Autofocus System: Advanced Multi-CAM 3500FX with Group Area AF

AF Detection: Up to f/8 with 9 focus points (5 in the center, 2 on the left and right)

Movie Modes: Full 1080p HD @ 60 fps max

In Camera HDR Capability: Yes

GPS: Not built-in, requires GP-1 GPS unit

Battery Type: EN-EL15

Battery Life: 1200 shots

USB Standard: 3.0

Price: $3299, Rs. 170765 
Camera Body only

with 24-120mm VR Lens
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