Nikon revealed the new D810 full-frame (FX) DSLR camera today. It has an OLPF-less 36.3-megapixel (7360 x 4912) CMOS sensor. As photosite count increases, dreaded moiré decreases, and there’s less need for an optical low-pass filter to “smudge” the image.
- Sensor Size: 35.9 mm x 24 mm
- ISO: 64 -12,800 (Lo to 32, Hi to 51,200)
- Approx. Weight: 31.1 oz. (880 g) camera body only
- Video: Full HD 1920 x 1080 at frame rates that include 60, 30, and 24p
- Crop: FX and DX crop modes
- HDMI output: Uncompressed digital video via HDMI to external recorder and monitor, with simultaneous video display on the rear LCD monitor.
- Record to the internal card (compressed) and to an external recorder (uncompressed) simultaneously.
- Smooth in-camera time-lapse and interval timer
- Built-in stereo microphone
- External microphone can be attached
- Auto-ISO function available while recording to adjust exposure without having to change aperture in manual mode, ISO 200- 51,200
- More than 80 Nikkor lenses are supported
- “i” button for quick access to commonly used settings
The Nikon D810 will be available in late July for the suggested retail price of $3299.95