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Nikon Launches Its New D810 DSLR

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Nikon has just launched its D800 replacement, the D810 HD-SLR.

For all you photography enthusiasts, Nikon has just launched the new D810, a DSLR camera that sports a new 36.3-megapixel and a full-frame FX-format sensor for increased resolution and dynamic range, with the brand’s EXPEED 4 image processing engine also allowing the D810 to deliver enhanced response and performance.

In comparison to the camera it is replacing, the D810 retains a rear display of 3.2-inches, however, there’s an increase in brightness to a 1,229k-dot design. The autofocus system still has a 51-point autofocus system, but has gained the Group-Area AF function.

Some other improvements to the camera include a redesigned mirror to minimise vibrations; a Split-Screen Display zoom that magnifies two separate areas of the frame as well as the ability to output uncompressed video to a field recorder among others.

The Nikon D810 will be available late this month at all authorised Nikon dealers.




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