Nikon D810 Review | Full In-Depth review of the Nikon D810 DSLR Camera Nichkhun says that the d810 produces the best image quality of any DSLR in its history And we can't wait to put the claim to the test for high pixel count no anti-aliasing filter for better detail resolution 5 FPS shooting at full resolution against huge file sizes no Wi-Fi built-in More interference be more of an issue features full-frame CMOS sensor 36.
3 MP 3.
2 inch screen 1 million two hundred and twenty nine thousand dots 1080p video capture main features and specifications one sensor 36.
3 MP FX 4.
8 pixel size 2 sensor size 35.
9 X 24 millimetres 3 resolution 7000 360 X 4912 4 DX mode 15.
3 MP 5 DX mode resolution 4800 X 3206 native ISO sensitivity 64 to 12,800 7 boost low ISO sensitivity 32 8 boost high ISO sensitivity 25600 250 1200 9sr aw file support, it's well fit uncompressed 10 processor XP 411 metering system 3d color matrix meter 3 with high light weighted metering 12 dust reduction yes 13 weather sealing protection yes 14 body build full magnesium alloy 15 white balance new white balance system with up to six presets Sixteen shudder up to 1/8 thousand and thirty sec exposure 17 shudder durability two hundred thousand cycles self-diagnostic shutter 18 camera lag 0.
01 two seconds nineteen storage one xcf slot in 1x SD slot 20 viewfinder coverage 100% 21 speed 5 FPS 6 FPS in DX 1 point 2 X mode 70 FPS nd X crop mode with optional MVD 12 battery Peck 22 exposure meter 90 1000 pixel RGB sensor 23 built-in flash yes with commander mode full CLS compatibility 24 autofocus system advanced multicam 3500 FX with group area AF 25 AF detection up to F 8 with 9 with focused points 5 in the center – on the left and right 26 LCD screen 3.
2 inch diagonal with one comma to 29k dots 27 movie modes full 1080p HD at 60fps max 28 movie exposure control full 29 movie output mov compressed and uncompressed Cillian camera at HDR capability yes 31 GPS not built in requires GP 1 GPS unit 32 battery type and l 15 33 battery life 1200 shots 34 USB standard 3.
0 35 ways they lady g36 dimensions 146 X 120 3 X 82 millimeters 5.
5 X 4 point 8 4 X 3.
2 337 price 3200 and $99.
95 MSRP Performance Battery not substantively better, but better I haven't found a situation where I've needed more than one battery a day indeed in Africa I was charging my d810 batteries about once every three days Despite using the camera from dawn to dusk with VR lenses and doing a fair amount of live view work Still not d3 /d four levels of battery performance, but better than virtually everything else.
I've used other than a Canon 1dx Focus not substantively better, but better sensing a pattern yet I found myself dialed in very quickly with the new autofocus system, though I'm still experimenting with one group might be better than nine-point the difference is that the camera has a little more Leeway to make its choice instantly with group whereas with nine points It's always going to try your choice first also note that group has a bit of closest subject priority built back into it Something that was removed from the autofocus system in modern DSLRs I like that as its predictable whereas the more paternalistic AF decision-making of dynamic AF is much less predictable The thing that impressed me most wasn't at the d810 s focus system was faster than my d800 yes But that it just isn't having any real problems with motion despite the fact I can crank the camera up to 7 fps DX mode with MB d12 I Also noticed that the new 80 to 400 millimetres was even less prone to hunt on my d810 than my t 7100 and the new 80 to 400 millimetres isn't prone to hunt in the first place The way I'd characterized the d810 s focus system Is this as good as it gets onto Nichkhun at least in cameras introduced prior to the d810? The d750 beats it a bit and very low light Hot light metering.
I just used the word paternalistic and here it is again The old Olympus high light metering system that we all loved was a known offset for middle gray By that I mean that if you metered on a high light the camera put the exposure a fixed distance off from what it would if you metered a gray tone Nickens new high light metering doesn't quite work that way it has this habit of ignoring some highlights I Can see where they came from with that it's unlikely that a photographer would want to meet her on some small specular highlights? But they might want to meet her on a bright area and have the camera adjust Where nickens system seems to work well as in the theater If I meet her on faces or costumes made a bit bright by stage lighting the camera does a pretty good job of picking out appropriate compensation But that's my problem with this system the camera is picking It does not seem to be absolutely fixed and as I noted small brighter highlights will generally be ignored So if you are thinking that this is a system for setting perfect ett our exposures it isn't I'm still testing this aspect of the camera so perhaps.
I'll have it not hot Moment and figure out the algorithm Nichkhun is using I wish they would just tell us though dynamic range measures the same looks the same in my testing as Usual the d810 simply has a lot of ability to pull up considerably underexposed shadow detail It's not a limitless capability, but it's incredibly large and useful resolution same though I think I detect an extremely slight improvement in integrity of the Qod on completely random small detail I don't know how to test reliably for a change with small no It's something I sense but can't quite put my finger on It's also not clear.
Whether this is just improvement from shutter slap removal or the change to the way the data isn't County aliased Noise JP.
AG's nose Can't really find any difference worth reporting though note what I said about a small color change above the d810 renders slightly different than the d800 D800e many people won't notice But it's there And it's especially true in certain types of lighting which makes me suspect slight changes to our env filtration I will say this about image quality if you're a JPEG shooter Nickens made enough changes that the d810 seems like a different and better camera than the d800 d800e the tuning between a jacuzzi and sharpening and noise reduction in areas in particular seems really much better dial than than before I think most d800 D800e shooters would probably find that they can push the ISO a little further than they used to because of this We liked It's surprising how much difference the change to the shutter and mirror box makes the camera feels more polished and is much more discreet It's weatherproofing also means that it can be used in harsh conditions the autofocus system is also excellent capable of focusing quickly and accurately in keeping track of a moving subject even in low-light as With the neck and d800 Nick and d800e in some ways 7 are Having 36 million pixels is really useful when you can't get the composition exactly as you need it in Cameron There is so much scope to crop the images are also of excellent quality with well controlled noise pleasant colors and superb detail I also appreciate the move towards finer grain noise with less smoothing or clumping of high sensitivity settings It may make the noise more visible to our lab testing, but the images look more natural and detailed at 100% on screen We disliked According to Nichkhun only a very small percentage of photographers who have a camera with Wi-Fi connectivity built-in actually use it for sharing images on Facebook and the like However as one who does so on a regular basis? It's something I really enjoy doing because I know I'll have a much better shot than I'll ever get on my phone given the file sizes from the Nick and d810 It's not something that people are going to do a lot But it's nice to have the option and of course they can also be scaled for faster transfer Many users would also appreciate the ability to control the camera remotely via a smartphone.
It's a great way of reducing camera shake Although the d810 s control layout is very good and it handles well I think Nichkhun could make better use of its eye button an information screen I can't see the point in having quick access to customization features that you are only likely to use once It also seems a shame to have a screen.
That shows you the majority of the cameras settings, but doesn't let you change them Final verdict the Nick and d810 is an excellent well rounded camera.
That's capable of delivering superb images in a wide range of conditions Its high pixel count and tremendous detail resolution mean that it is especially well suited for use by landscape still life and macro photographers But its autofocus system and noise control mean that it is also capable of delivering superb sport action and wildlife photographs.