Nikon’s D810 DSLR puts the focus on video (Wired UK)




Nikon has announced its latest high-end DSLR camera, the D810,
which comes with a swathe of features targeting video

A flat video profile has been added, which will make
post-production colouring of footage easier, as well as support for
1080/60p resolution, auto ISO in manual mode and an uncompressed
HDMI output with simultaneous video output. It also comes with two
microphones on the front, allowing it to record in stereo rather
than mono.

Elsewhere, the camera (which replaces both the D800 and D800E)
comes with a 36.3-megapixel CMOS sensor with no
detail-deteriorating low-pass filter, a higher resolution for the
rear-mounted LCD, faster image processing, longer battery life, an
expanded ISO range (64 to 12,800) and faster continuous shooting.
It’s also got a kevlar/carbon fibre-composite shutter, which should
be quieter. The body is weather- and dust-sealed.

Early reviews have rated the D810 favourably. DPReview
“The D810 is a solid, quiet consolidation of the basic concept and
a better product overall than either of the two models that it
replaces.” TechRadar added: “It seems like a good, solid upgrade that promises to
deliver what’s most important to photographers — better image



It’ll be available worldwide around 17 July for £2,699, making
it more expensive than its predecessor but still undercutting its
direct rival — the Canon 5D Mk III.

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