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Nikon D810 DSLR Body Only Black Price List in India
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Nikon D810 DSLR Body Only Black - Expert Reviews
Nikon D810 DSLR claims to have a new and bold look and proclaims to deliver the best image quality. Since the anti-aliasing feature has been taken out of the system here, there is no optical low pass filter, which could possibly avoid images to get softened. The images can catch moire but Nikon says that it has managed to avoid that as well. The new processing engine must provide for better noise reduction. The camera has a good number of improvements like the 36.3 megapixels sensor. Moreover, with changes in the shutter, the sharpness of images can be managed. The general shutter speed would be at least 1/125. Also, the vibrations caused by the shutter are likely to reduced and thus, allow getting the full view. The camera is indeed very fast and accurate. It comes with a group area autofocus system that seems reliable in almost all situations even under low light. D810 doesn’t come with GPS or Wi-Fi technology, yet it looks like a good upgrade to the previous cameras viz., D800 and D800E.
There is a wide range of Nikkor lenses that the user can go for. The camera boasts of a sensitive range from ISO64 to ISO12800. The ISO sensitivity can be extended to ISO32 and ISO51200 as well. The image processing engine is called EXPEED 4 that comes with enhanced noise reduction and high definition. The camera supports Full HD videos with a frame rate of 60fps. There is an evolved picture control with clarity setting. Also, there is a new flat rendering mode for as much of wide dynamic range as possible. With a 51 point Autofocus system, there is a new group AF, which is usually found in Nikon D4s. There is an electronic front shutter to capture images with minimum blur, 2,00,000 shutter cycle rating, quiet shutter and highlight weighted metering.
Also, there are burst modes like 7fps within DX crop mode, 6fps within 1.2x crop mode along with superior weather and dust protection and 5fps inside FX full-frame mode. The handling of the camera is the best in its class, for the exterior design has been enhanced and the device comes with rubberized memory card cover, RGBW 3.2 inches, new ibutton for quick access to settings, 1299k dots resolution screen, split screen zoom monitor, adjustable color balance, FX, DX, 1.2x, 5:4 crop modes, and RAW-S format. One can achieve good animation stuff from the cam as well as timelapse videos. There is unlimited continuous JPEG shooting too. As far as the video recording is concerned, the camera can support ISO64 to ISO51200, Full HD at 60 and 50fps frame rates. The videos can be recorded inside and outside the camera at the same time. There is improved audio and wind control for microphone. The camera comes with a new picture control called the zebra view mode.
Design and Build Quality
<span style=""font-size:" 13px;"="">Anyone familiar with Nikon D800, will find himself/herself at home with Nikon D810. Two subtle design alterations have been introduced with the new camera - the grip has become even more solid and the memory card door has also turned durable. The metering switch at the back of the camera has been turned to make AE-lock and AF-lock. The AF on buttons is easier to reach and operate when the cam is held up to the eye. The metering options can now be accessed via the button placed above the drive mode dial at the top of the camera. There is an ibutton at the back of the camera, which allows access to some of the key settings and works the same way as other recent SLRs' do. When you are shooting in video mode or in Live View mode, the mentioned feature is useful. You can also achieve the split screen view.
Focus and Face Detection
<span style=""font-size:" 13px;"="">Nikon D810 comes with following focus modes: landscape, monochrome, neutral, standard, portrait, vivid, customizable, picture control flat and single point. Overall, it is a 51 point AF system where face detection can also be achieved. Nikon D810 uses an advanced multi-cam 3500FX autofocus sensor. There is a group area autofocus as well that includes five sensors that are used in a group optimized for objects that are located in an area secured by the group. The Dynamic AF modes include 9/21/51/51 points along with 3D tracking. There is also the presence of Auto area and group area Autofocus features.
Lens and Image Stabilization
<span style=""font-size:" 13px;"="">Nikon D810 is compatible to a wide range of NIKKOR lenses and features image stabilization. With an inbuilt AF motor and aperture feeler for manual focus lenses, the camera is the same as D7000 and D3X and works well with every Nikon lens manufactured since 1977.
Screen and Menus
<span style=""font-size:" 13px;"="">Nikon D810 comes with a large TFT LCD 3.2 inches screen, which has an updated resolution of 1299k dots. The panel is RGBW color array built and the display involves subpixels - red, green and blue. The screen has been optimized to save power. The menu system has been clearly laid out.
<span style=""font-size:" 13px;"="">Nikon D810 runs on an EN-EL18a battery and provides up to 100 shots in JPEG format.
<span style=""font-size:" 13px;"="">Nikon D810 can record Full HD videos - within the camera and outside at the same time. Videos can be recorded at frame rates of 50 and 60fps. The audio control for the mic has been enhanced and the same has been effected for wind control. There is a new zebra mode and picture control to enable the processing and grading of videos with the widest possible dynamic range.
<span style=""font-size:" 13px;"="">A new 36.3 megapixels full frame FX CMOS sensor without OLPF is featured in Nikon D810. The sensor covers the ISO sensitivity range of ISO64-ISO12800. It can also be extended to ISO32 and ISO51200. Apart from this, you also get an EXPEED 4 processing engine along with enhanced noise reduction. The sensor lacks optical low pass filter, which allows for sharper images.
<span style=""font-size:" 13px;"="">Nikon D810 sports a burst mode of 5fps, with full resolution
There is no optical low pass filter, so you get the sharpness in images
Pixel count is high
<span style=""font-size:" 13px;"="">Nikon D810 saves files in huge sizes
There is no inbuilt Wi-Fi
Moire can be a problem since optical low pass filter has been removed