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4 Something Interesting from The Nikon D800

Nikon has introduced a camera Nikon D800. This professional camera to have a few advantages that attract enthusiasts of photography.

For example, compared to its predecessor (D700), Nikon D800 could also be used to record 1080p HD video. HDMI Output is also available.

Despite weighing more than 1 kg, Nikon D800 weighs 10 percent lighter than its predecessor. Camera price 2400 Euros it will be marketed in Europe in March 2012.

Here are four things that attract the attention of the Nikon D800:

1. Sensor

This camera has a sensor size of a full frame with a density of 36.3 million pixels. This is claimed as a sensor full-frame with the highest resolution in the world.

On the other hand, if it's maximized, this camera will result in very large file sizes. A RAW file can be sized 76 MB. If a 16-bit TIFF format could even 212,1 MB.

2. Sensitivity

Nikon boasted that the noise produced by this camera is relatively on par with the D700, although the number of pixels up his treble.

This camera sensitivity range starting from ISO 100 to 6400 in standard mode. If you want to, the user could have the urgency to ISO 50 and ISO 25600.

3. Autofocus Camera

Basically, the D800 has the same autofocus system with the D4. There are 51 focal point which can be captured by the camera.

Autofocus is also run on minimal lighting conditions, up to-2EV (more or less like a night under the light of the Moon).

Interestingly, the autofocus on the D800 could run on a combination of Aperture f/8. This will be useful for those who love using the converter.

For example, the lens of 600 mm f/4 plus a teleconverter 2x, would make it a 1200 mm lens f/8. With a D800, autofocus camera can still run in 11 central point.

4. Video Full HD

Yes, unlike the D700 doesn't have video features, D800 can be used to record video. In fact, the video with full High Definition resolution (Full HD).

In 1080p, Available frame rate 30, 24 and 25p. While in 720p, frame rate could reach his 50p and 60p, for recording slow-motion.

To introduce the capabilities of these products to the community, Nikon made a short film entitled Joy Ride, lasted 6 minutes.

Here are six minutes short film duration:


Joy Ride from Sandro on Vimeo.

Here is a video of the process of making a short film Joy Ride:


Joy Ride - Behind the Scenes from Sandro on Vimeo.

If you are interested with this camera, please refer here:
Nikon D800 36.3 MP CMOS FX-Format Digital SLR Camera (Body Only)

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