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Nikon D800 Review

The Nikon D800 comes with a number of creative features and produces high quality photos. This 36.3 mega pixel CMOS sensor Digital SLR can produce HD quality photos as well as videos. 156 more words


More D800 autofocus observations

After a couple more days of testing, I’ve got more observations on the D800’s autofocus system:

1. I think we’re reaching the limits of accuracy for CAM3500FX, and in fact, any phase detect based AF system. 350 more words


A quick note on Nikon D800 autofocus...

Up to this point, I’d been shooting the camera with the same autofocus settings I used on the D3 and D700 – which share the same CAM3500FX AF module. 199 more words


A couple more Nikon D800 images, and some commentary

Shadows. Nikon D800, 28-300VR

One of the big questions that’s been running around the internet is whether the D800 can replace medium format – the answer isn’t quite as simple as you might think. 667 more words


Nikon D800 review update: daylight shooting

On reflection. D800, Zeiss ZF.2 2/28 Distagon

As promised, here’s an update to the Nikon D800 first impressions review I posted last night. I’ve now had the chance to shoot with the camera for several hours under bright daylight conditions (read: no problems with running out of light, base ISO and nice high shutter speeds) and want to share some more images, impressions and report back on a couple of things. 1,772 more words


A (very detailed) first impressions review: The Nikon D800

We all know the paper specs for the Nikon D800: 36MP, 4fps, full frame. Same ISO range as the D700 – 100 to 25,600. 100% viewfinder, full HD movies, and an improved 51-point AF system derived from the previous camera. 2,968 more words


Nikon D800 Review

As we get closer and closer to the unveiling of the highly regarded Nikon D800, we are continuing to find out more and more what it may just consist of. 330 more words

Nikon D800