If you a serious about photography, so you can try a fantastic Digital SLR camera from Nikon.
Nikon has introduced the D800. This professional camera has some interesting advantages photography enthusiasts. For example, compared to its predecessor (D700), the Nikon D800 can also be used to record 1080p HD video. HDMI output is also available, so you can watch your video on LED TV monitor or Full HD LCD Plasma TV.
The Features and specifications of the Nikon D800 are not too different from the Nikon D4. Both cameras have the same AF module and processor EXPEED 3. The difference lies only in the processing of data contained in the sensor. There is also a headphone and microphone sockets that support audio capture. Nikon D800 also has a CF slot and SD Memory Cards that can be combined.
There is also a choice of ISO settings from 100-6400 and step-down option of ISO 50 to ISO more than 25 600. Ability allegedly battery can last up to 900 times the shots. Users are presented with the option when the target object features 'crop modes' (FX native mode), up to the DX (APS-C equivalent).
Despite weighing more than 1 kg, Nikon D800 weighs 10 percent lighter than its predecessor. You will find there are four things that draw your attention to the Nikon D800:
1. The number of sensors
This camera has a full frame sized sensor with 36.3 million pixel density. It claimed to be a full-frame sensor with the highest resolution in the world.
On the other hand, if maximized, this camera will produce a very large file size. The RAW files can be sized 76 MB. If the 16-bit TIFF format can even be 212.1 MB.
Nikon boasted that the noise generated by the camera is relatively equivalent to D700, although the number of pixels it tripled. The sensitivity of this camera is range from ISO 100 to 6400 in standard mode. If you want, you can push the camera's ISO capabilities up to ISO 50 and ISO 25 600.
Basically, the D800 has the same autofocus system with D4. There are 51 points of focus can be captured by the camera. Features autofocus on the Nikon D800 can also be run in low lighting conditions, up-2EV (more or less like a night under the bright moon).
Interestingly, the autofocus on the D800 can run on a combination of aperture f / 8. It will be useful for those who like to use a converter. For example, lens 600 mm f / 4 plus 2 xs. If you use tele converter lens will make 1200 mm f / 8. With the Nikon D800, autofocus still be running in 11 midpoints.
4. Full HD Video
Yes, unlike the D700 does not have video features, the D800 can be used to record video with full High Definition resolution (Full HD). At 1080p, available frame rate of 30, 24 and 25p. While at 720p, the frame rate can reach 50p and 60p, to record slow motion. Let's create a new movie now.
With its sensor, the Nikon D800 is capable of producing images with a resolution of 7360 x 4912 pixels. For ISO, Nikon D800 equipped with sensitivity from 100-6400, and maximum ISO 12800-25600.
· 36 MP sensor (7360×4912)
· 100% viewfinder coverage
· Improved AF with face recognition – the D800 will still have 51 points AF point
· CF+SD memory card slots
· USB 3.0
· ISO range: 100 – 6400, ISO LO @ 50 and ISO HI-2 @ 25600
· the screen will be larger than 3 inches (probably 3.2 in.)
· The D800 will not have built-in GPS
· Exceed 3 processor
· there will be two different D800 versions/models, one with the ant aliasing filter removed
· 4 fps continuous shooting, about 6 fps in DX mode with optional battery pack
· Video modes: 1080p/30/25/24 and 720p/60/30/25/24
· Headphone jack, can input from an external device such as a PCM sound recorder
· 86k pixels RGB sensor
· 200,000 shutter cycles
· Uncompressed HDMI video out (just like the Nikon D4).
Nikon D800 body is very tough because it uses magnesium alloy and has a 3.2-inch LCD size. Nikon D800 is a serious camera for serious photographer.
Don't forget to to compare Nikon D800 with Nikon D800E or with other brand such as Canon, Pentax, or other brand before you make a decision to buy a new camera.