Nikon announces the D810 – FX-format digital SLR camera
An effective pixel count of 36.3-million pixels for the sharpest, best image quality in Nikon history
The D810 is a digital SLR camera that boasts high image quality with a new Nikon FX-format CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter, adoption of the latest EXPEED 4 image-processing engine, an effective pixel count of 36.3-million pixels, and a standard range of sensitivities from ISO 64 to ISO 12800. Not only does it offer accurate AF, but vibrations generated inside the camera have been reduced to maximize the resolution of its 36.3-million pixels for sharp and clear images. The camera also supports recording of smooth, sharp 60p full-HD (1920 x 1080) movies. What's more, high-speed continuous shooting at up to 5 fps with the FX-format image area and up to 7 fps* with the DX-format image area is possible for excellent response to a wide variety of scenes.
D810 Primary Features
- The first digital SLR camera in Nikon's history to offer a minimum standard sensitivity of ISO 64 at which superior clarity and image quality with rich tones is achieved;
- Further increases in imaging flexibility: The Picture Control system, Nikon's exclusive advanced system for image processing;
- Extremely precise AF and superior vibration suppression that maximize the resolution of the 36.3-million-pixel effective pixel count;
- High-speed continuous shooting at approximately 5 fps in FX format and approximately 7 fps in DX format makes capture of a broader range of subjects possible;
- Full-HD movie recording with which picture quality and operation has been significantly improved.