DSLR camera Nikon D810 body - a new camera from Nikon, which replaced the legendary Nikon D800! The largest 36.3MP sensor to date without a low pass filter, a superb 15 cross-point AF system, full HD video recording including 60p with sound control, and ISO sensitivity up to 51200 will allow you to capture great photos and videos with great resolution.
- 36.3MP FX-format (full-frame) CMOS sensor without optical low-pass filter with high signal-to-noise ratio, wide dynamic range and 12-channel readout provides excellent image detail;< br>- ISO 64-12800 with range expandable to ISO 32 and ISO 51200 Shooting speed increased to 7fps in 15.3MP DX crop mode and up to 5fps in FX mode ;
- Record full HD (1080p) movies at frame rates up to 50p/60p. During movie shooting, you can use the entire ISO range from 64, as well as control shutter speed, aperture, and sound levels. In addition, the Nikon D810 supports uncompressed video transmission via HDMI output and simultaneous full-resolution video recording to both the camera and an external recorder; with 9, 21 or 51 focus points. Sensitivity down to -2 EV (ISO 100, 20°C). The EXPEED 4 image processing system provides improved image processing and ISO sensitivity, and allows you to use higher frame rates when shooting movies.
- Nikon's S-size RAW file format greatly speeds up image processing. This format produces uncompressed, 12-bit, highly detailed Nikon NEF files for faster image transfer and easier post-processing; , anti-reflective coating and a wide range of color reproduction;
- The Nikon D810 starts up in approximately 0.12 seconds and has a shutter lag of only 52ms. Carbon fiber/Kevlar alloy shutter allows shutter speeds from 1/8000s to 30s, with flash sync at 1/250s and slower; cards to another.