Nikon D800

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The Nikon D800(E) is a full-frame professional digital SLR camera body which was announced by Nikon in February 2012 and released in March of that year. [1]. It features 4fps burst shooting, 1080p video at 30 and 24fps, an expanded ISO range of 50-25,600, and a 3.2" 921k dot screen. It uses the Multi-CAM3500FX autofocus sensor which has 51 AF points, 15 of which are cross type.

The D800(E) made headlines with its 36.3 megapixel 24x36 full-frame sensor which was ranked by Dxomark as the highest performing digital sensor at the time.[2].

D800E

The D800E was released in April 2012. It is mechanically the same as the D800 but the sensor did not include an anti-aliasing filter, increasing sharpness.

Reception

Source Review Score
CameraLabs 87%
Dpreview 82% (Gold award)
Photography Blog 100% (Essential)
Thom Hogan 90%
Dxomark 95%
Expert Reviews 80%

References

  1. Nikon D800 and D800E 36MP full-frame DSLRs announced - Press release at Digital Photography Review
  2. Nikon D800E nabs top ranking from D800 - review at DxOMark
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Camera of the year

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