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Nikon D810 vs Nikon D800E


Nikon D810 is just announced by Nikon, take a look at the Major core difference below.


Nikon never said that they have used a new image sensor inside Nikon D810 DSLR, the only one new thing (noticeable) is the new Expeed 4 image processor inside Nikon D810 DSLR.

Due to the help of New Expeed 4 Image Processor and Improved Software Program (Image decoding, AF.. etc) you get

  1. Nikon D810 pushes it low ISO limit to 32 and high to 51200.
  2. 12 bit un-compressed file support
  3. More picture control options
  4. Highlight Weighted Metering now available in Nikon D810.
  5. Spot White Balance when using Live View
  6. Redesigned Sequencer/ Balancer Mechanism added for Image Stability.
  7. Electronic Front-curtain Shutter, Yes Image sensor acts as the front curtain reducing internal vibrations Activated with Custom Settings or when using Live View
  8. Group Area AF now possible with Nikon D810 (Yes Five AF sensors used as a Group Optimized for subjects located within an area covered by the “Group)
  9. Full HD Recording at 60fps now possible

Other improvements include bit high-resolution LCD display unit, optional wireless control and better battery life.

Verdict: For new users we recommend you to buy Nikon D810 camera and for Nikon D800E users we recommend you to wait for Nikon D900.

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4 comments to Nikon D810 vs Nikon D800E

  • Witek

    Mistake in top continuous shutter speed:

    NIKON D800E
    • FX i 5:4: 4 fps
    • DX i 1.2x: 5 fps

    NIKON D810
    • FX i 5:4: 5 fps
    • DX i 1.2x: 7 fps

  • admin

    Thanks for the update, the issue is now fixed.

  • Witek Foltynski

    One more time

    5 fps in FX/5:4 Crop Mode
    6 fps in DX/1.2X Crop Mode
    7 fps in DX Crop Mode with MB-D12 with AA batteries

    Now it will be correct

  • admin

    Thanks again,

    For new readers
    FX means Fullframe and DX means APS-C format,

    Nikon D810 DX format mode will give you bit more shooting speed, but keep in mind that FX format (when you shoot at full resolution of D810) the shooting speed remains limited to 5fps

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