Nikon D800 36.3 Megapixel Digital SLR Camera Body Only - Black

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Description:

D800, built for today's multimedia photographer includes a groundbreaking 36.3MP FX-format CMOS sensor, Full HD 1080p video at 30/25/24p with stereo sound, class leading ISO range of 100-6400, expandable to 25,600, 4 fps burst rate and Advanced Scene Recognition System with 91,000-pixel RGB sensor.


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Memory Card Support: CompactFlash (CF) Card, Secure Digital (SD) Card, Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Card, Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC)

LCD Screen Size: 3.2 in

Camera Type: Digital SLR Camera

Effective Megapixels: 36.3 Megapixel

Lens Mount: Nikon F


Summary

Product Title: Nikon D800 36.3 Megapixel Digital SLR Camera Body Only - Black

Manufacturer: Nikon

Lowest Price: $2,229.00 from 42nd Street Photo

Power Score: 4.8 | 155 Reviews


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Product Reviews (16)

Great camera

I stepped up from a D300s and find this camera easy to get used to. I've read many reviews complaining about the weight, everything in life comes with a price-if you want high quality images you need to deal with the heft. Buy a good tripod and get some beautiful shots. If you want light weight deal with you camera phone. Personally, I've been a photographer for over 30 years and find a heavy...
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By Jo Photographer on Adorama - Nov 16, 2013

Professional DSLR Nikon 800

I'm a professional editorial and lifestyle photographer. I currently use and/or have used various different camera systems including the Canon, Hasselblad, Mamiya and Nikon. I've been a Canon shooter for nearly 5 years working with the 5D MII and the MIII. I've always found the auto focus and focus tracking somewhat finicky and a bit soft on the older line of USM lens. ...not an issue on the USM...
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By KCS on Adorama - Nov 6, 2013

Love it, but..

Its a great camera, the biggest issue I have with it is that it isnt as easy to use as say, and D3200, lol. That honestly is the ONLY complaint. Once I got some experiance with it things worked itself out. Great images and ..well...love it. If this is a major upgrade for you, make sure to spend some time with it prior to heading out to Yellowstone! I have also noticed that it works fine in FX...
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By Josh on Adorama - Nov 6, 2013

Excellent

Use mostly outdoors shooting scenery, sporting events and field bird dogs

By Davidgmar on Adorama - Nov 5, 2013

More than most really need

I have always shot large format landscape photography. Needless to say, it's getting hard to find film and someone to develop it. Not to mention the expense has skyrocketed seemingly overnight. That's why I opted for the D800 with it's 36 Megapixels. That and the HDR function. As I'm reading the manual and learning about all the functions, it's obviously everything anyone could want all in one...
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By Large Format Guy on Adorama - Sep 25, 2013

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