Nikon announced its latest full-frame DSLR, Nikon D810, which will definitely become the future benchmark when determining image quality comes into question, particularly in circles of professional photographers and cinematographers.
This midrange DSLR will replace both the Nikon D800 and the Nikon D800E, and it boasts an exceptional 36.3MP full-frame CMOS sensor which has not got an optical low-pass filter (in comparison to the D800E, which had that property (the so-called OLPF) ‘removed’).
The D810 acquired an EXPEED4 processor from the Nikon D4s, which led to the ISO range being expanded, the image quality and metering being improved, and the continuous shooting being further increased. What is more, Nikon upgraded the mirror mechanism and installed an electronic first-curtain shutter option so as to minimize the risk of resolution being reduced due to 'shutter shake'.
Moreover, plenty of enhancements took place regarding video recording, which encompasses the Full HD video (1920 x 1080) with 60 fps, a 'flat' Picture Control mode (aimed to be used in post-production), the Auto ISO in the manual mode, as well as the uncompressed HDMI output with simultaneous video output.
The Nikon D810 will come onto the market at the end of July priced at $3299.95 / £2699.99 / €3229.00.
The news was taken from NIKON.