The Nikon D800 has finally and officially been unveiled… Additional updates underway.
Now available for pre-order here at B&H.
Sure enough, the D800 sports a full frame 36.3MP CMOS image sensor, as well as other specs noted below. [Read more…]
What are you Nikon shooters more excited about? A new D800 or a D400? Any final spec wish lists as we approach D800- and/or D400-day?
[via Nikon Rumors]
Looks like another Nikon D800 image may have leaked out. The above image from Nikon Rumors is claimed to be a side view of the Nikon D800, which accompanies the previously-leaked front and rear images.
The Nikon D800 is rumored to be coming in January or February 2012 and features a 36MP full frame image sensor, along with 1080p video capture at 30p, 25p and 24p frame rates.
Since we’re getting into camera launch season, it should come as no surprise to start hearing little trickles of details from manufacturers on their upcoming products. [Read more…]
A few weeks ago, I asked Canon users what they wanted to see in the Canon 5D Mark III (or whatever it’s called). Better autofocus, enhanced AEB options and dual CF card slots were some of the popular requests for Canon.
The Nikon D700 is a bit of a different animal though. It’s got great AF, but no video options. The photo purists out there would probably be happy to keep it that way; however, I suspect that the inclusion of HD video capture on the D3s likely signals that the smaller-bodied, full frame D700 replacement will get a dose of HD video as well. [Read more…]