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Nikon D810 vs Nikon D800E

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

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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.

Pre-order Nikon D810 at Amazon | Pre-order Nikon D810 film-making kit at Amazon

Nikon D800S Will Use D800 Sensor, Sony A99 to be Discontinued Soon

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Now we have bit more confirmed report that upcoming Nikon D800S will use same sensor old sensor of Nikon D800/E DSLR, the D800S will have new Expeed 4 image processor (only) and due to that we will see bit better JPEG output and 1 stop more ISO range compared to its predecessor, we also expect some improvement in continuous shooting speed and AF performance of the camera. See Nikon D800 Rumored Specification here

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other important rumor – Sony A99 will be discontinued soon and Sony A99II is expected to announce before Photokina 2014 / September 2014, the camera will have NEW high resolution sensor and Advance AF system… it will give a strong competition to the upcoming Nikon D800s camera.

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Nikon D610 vs 5D Mark III, Nikon D800 and Sony A7 High ISO Test

Nikon D610 High ISO test with Canon 5D Mark III, Nikon D800 is shown below, the Nikon D610 camera have significant amount of color noise + more details in the images, see the test below and share your thoughts with us…

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Nikon D610 vs 5D Mark III: Nikon D610 showing sharp images with color noise on the other hand the Canon 5D Mark III have less details and no noise, the 5D Mark III have bit aggressive noise reduction filter compared to Nikon D610.

Continue reading Nikon D610 vs 5D Mark III, Nikon D800 and Sony A7 High ISO Test

High ISO Test - Sony A7r vs Nikon D800E

In a High ISO noise test at cameralabs,  the recently announced A7r mirrorless performed better than Nikon D800E, the A7r showed more details + better color and contrast reproduction compared to D800E,

Gordon Laing of Camera Labs

The Sony A7r enjoys crisper results at lower ISOs without undesirable sharpening artefacts and cleaner results at higher ISOs. The crisper results could be down to a superior lens, and I hope to perform more comparisons in the future when both are fitted with the same lens, but there’s no doubt the A7r and Zeiss 35mm combination are capable of delivering highly detailed images which, from the results below, are visibly superior to the Nikon D800e and Nikkor 35mm f1.4 lens. Even taking lenses out of the equation, the A7r’s JPEGs also enjoy lower noise at mid to high sensitivities.

Continue reading High ISO Test – Sony A7r vs Nikon D800E

Nikon DF vs Nikon D800

Nikon-DF-vs-D800-image-1Nikon DF vs Nikon D800 specification comparison –  Just few hrs after the announcement we have published Nikon DF vs Nikon D610 Comparison, Now its time for its bigger brother D800. The D800 is a megapixel monster that creates ultra large files and need good lighting system to produce cleaner images, Nikon DF is waiting to be crowned as low-light king since it features same sensor and Image processor as Nikon D4. Now take a look at the comparison chart below –

Nikon-DF-vs-Nikon-D800Major difference between these two camera

# 1  Sensor – Both camera features same sensor size but Nikon DF comes with 16 Megapixel FX format sensor with a amazing ISO range of 50 – 204,800 – on the other hand Nikon D800 features 36 Megapixel resolution FX format sensor with a limited ISO range of 50-25600. Nikon DF have large photodiodes compared to D800 and will perform better in low-light condition.

# 2 AF System: Nikon DF features 39-Point and uses Multi-CAM 4800 AF Sensor on the other hand Nikon D800 comes with Advanced Multi-CAM 3500FX autofocus sensor with 51 AF points. It’s no doubt that Nikon D800 is offering advance AF system at the same price-point.

#3 Shutter: You get bit better top continuous shooting speed with D800 (5.5 vs 6fps) and Nikon D800 also features better shutter range (1/4000 vs 1/8000).

#4 No Video in DF: Nikon DF is a spartan still camera and it will not record video according to Nikon, Nikon D800 record Full HD video @ 30fps.

# 5 others: Nikon DF have longer battery life and lightweight + small body compared to D800

#6 Price difference: Nikon DF available at $2746 and Nikon D800 available at $2796 [at the time of DF announcement]

Verdict: Nikon DF will give you cleaner RAW and JPEG files at High ISO, Nikon D800 gives you more resolution, advance AF system and Video modes. If you are a sill shooter only, I recommend you to buy Nikon DF DSLR.

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Nikon D610 vs Nikon D800

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Nikon D610 vs Nikon D800 Specification comparison review, take a look at the specification comparison review of both the camera below.

Nikon-D610-vs-Nikon-D800-imageSensor and low-light performance: Nikon D800 features more resolution compared to Nikon D610 DSLR (24 MP vs 36 MP) but the Sensor size remains same (35.9 X 24mm), it’s obvious that Nikon D800 photodiodes are small compared to Nikon D610, hence the D610 will give Slightly better low-light performance compared to Nikon D800.

Advance AF System in Nikon D800: Nikon D800 features advance AF system with 51 AF points and 15 cross-type focus points on the other side we have Nikon D610 with 39 AF points and 9 cross-type focus points.

Shutter Range: I never used shutter speed more than 1/4000.

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Nikon D800 need better lighting condition and high quality of lenses to bring out the 100% details from the sensor.

Form the specification comparison table we can clearly see that Nikon D800 is a Megapixel monster that also features advance AF system and better shutter range compared to Nikon D610. But the Nikon D610 DSLR is affordable and also give Slightly better low-light performance compared to Nikon D800 , the body of D610 will cost is approx $2K and the D800 body cost is approx $2.7K.

Verdict: For entry level users we recommend you to buy Nikon D610 DSLR.

Nikon D610 starting from – $1999.95 Amazon | B&H

Nikon D600 vs Nikon D800

Nikon D600 vs Nikon D800

The recently announced Nikon D600 Full Frame Camera comes at $2K range and D800 comes at $3K range (body only), the new Nikon D600 features newly developed 24.7 Megapixel FF CMOS sensor, Standard ISO range of 100-6400, expandable to 50-25600, 39 focus points AF coverage to full-fill your daily needs.

 

Advantages of Nikon D600

Nikon D600 cost your approx $1000 less than the Nikon D800, Nikon D600 is bit slimmer and lighter.

Both camera features Full frame sensor, Nikon D600 is a 36.3 megapixel monster whereas Nikon D600 features 24.7 Megapixels and both the camera share same standard ISO range of 100-6400.

Now its time to see some High ISO test, imagine-resource now have D600 high resolution samples, so I have take two samples of both the camera at ISO 6400 and 25600, see the results below

Nikon D600 vs Nikon D800 High ISO Test

Nikon D600 Sensor Score

Nikon D600 score Just 1 point less than Nikon D800 in DxOMark Lab, We have the Top 10 rated cameras of DxO Mark (below) Click to enlarge

Conclusion

From the ISO test and other specification review we know that Nikon D600 is also a excellent DSLR with eye-catching features, but if you need more AF point and Megapixel you may move towards Nikon D800.
Buy Nikon D600 from Amazon
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See more Nikon D600 Comparison review:
Nikon D600 vs. Nikon D4
Nikon D600 vs. Nikon D700