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Nikon D810 Deals

Nikon D810 is one of the best selling DSLRs of all time and not only that Nikon D810 is on top camera when you need dynamic range.  The camera features 36.3MP FF sensor from Sony, expeed 4 image processor and Multi-CAM 3500FX 51-Point AF Sensor.

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Nikon D810 certified Refurbished model is available at $2199 only at B&H Store

In general the cost of the camera is approx $2796 – Amazon | B&H

Fuji GFX 50S at Studio Test Scene Samples Analysis

Today dpreview added Fuji $6k+ MF camera to its Studio comparison tool. After getting this news alert I was really excited to see the test samples of this Medium format camera against some fullframe cameras of today such as Nikon D810, Canon 5DS R and Ultra famous as Sony A7 R2 mirrorless camera.

Fujifilm GFX features BIG 50 megapixel medium format sensor. The camera is using a X Pro-processor for processing images. Whereas the other competitors in the list carry Fullframe sensor, but you should know and note that Sony is the only FF camera which features most advance BSI CMOS sensor in the list.

1.  Fujifilm GFX 50S vs Sony A7R II

Before we begin we must appreciate the presence of Sony A7RII camera among the list. The Sony A7R II camera is one of the most affordable camera among the group and its high image quality allowing him to stand against high-end DSLRs and Medium format camera.

2. Resolution and High ISO


The 50 MP Resolution and the details captures by Medium Format sensor is dominating the entire test results. However the High ISO results look bit better than Nikon D810 and Sony A7R II which was unexpected, we were expecting better results from Fujifilm.

3. Moire Test

Fuji GFX50s

We are really disappointed after looking at the Moire test results of Fuji GFX 50S medium format camera. Whereas the full frame sensor based Nikon D810 camera showing well controlled images without any Moire pattern.

Also look at –Fuji Working on Ultimate X-Trans CamerSony A7R II showing more details then Sony A7R II (JPEG test)

Also see – Best accessories for Sony A7R II | Sony A7R II available at Amazon and B&H


Canon 5D Mark IV vs. Nikon D810


We are comparing Canon 5D Mark IV camera vs Nikon D810 camera to find out which camera is actually perfect for you need. Both camera are fullframe semi professional models and crafted for ultimate performance. We well have a detailed analysis of specification comparison and then Sensor test scores added with High ISO JPEG and RAW Test.

1. Specification Comparison

Feature/Models Canon 5D Mark IV Nikon D810
Megapixel 30.4 MP
36 megapixels
Sensor size Full frame (36 x 24 mm) Full frame (36 x 24 mm)
Image processor DIGIC 6+
Expeed 4
AF system Hybrid Hybrid
AF points 61 51
ISO 50-102400 ISO 64-51200
Shutter speed 1/8000 to 30 sec
1/8000 to 30 sec
Image Stabilization No No
Continuous shooting speed 7fps 5fps
Video 4K @30 fps Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps
Display 3.2″ 1620K Touchable TFT-LCD
3.2″ 1,229k-Dot LCD Monitor
Hot shoe Yes Yes
Wireless Built-in, NFC Built-in
Battery life 900 shots 1200 shots
Weight 890g 980 g
Size 151 x 116 x 76 mm 146 x 123 x 82 mm

Before we begin we must know that Nikon D810 sensor have extra 6 megapixels in it, that surely dig out more details compared to the Canon 5D Mark IV camera. The Canon 5D Mark IV offers 1 stop more ISO range compared to the Nikon D810 camera.

The AF system of the Canon 5D Mark IV is more advance compared to the Nikon D810 DSLR. The Canon 5D Mark IV camera offers Dual Pixel CMOS AF sensor whereas the Nikon DSLR features traditional CMOS AF sensor. Not only that Nikon Phase AF module also carried less AF points compared to Canon 5D Mark IV.

Canon 5D Mark IV also offers continuous shooting speed of  7 frames per second whereas the Nikon D810 remains limited to 5fps. The other big advantage we get with Canon 5D Mark IV is a option to record 4K videos.


Canon 5D Mark IV arrived with full touch display unit as well as built-in WiFi on the other side Nikon uses traditional LCD display and no built-in WiFi.

Now let’s take a look at some real World Test Results

2. Canon 5D Mark IV vs Nikon D810 Sensor Test


While looking at the sensor test score of both the camera Nikon D810 look’s bi good compared to the Canon 5D Mark IV. Due to high resolution and Nikon FX format sensor the camera is able to deliver more dynamic range to you compared to Canon 5D Mark IV.

Canon 5D Mark IV score bit better marks in low-light ISO test compared to Nikon D810 DSLR camera.

3. High ISO Test JPG

Canon 5D Mark IV vs Nikon D810 JPEG High ISO Test


Nikon D810 showing extensive amount of noise in the image when compared to Canon 5D Mark IV. Both camera was set at ISO 51200 while capturing this shot, the Canon 5D Mark IV was using Canon EF 24-105mm F4 L IS USM Lens and the Nikon DX810 was using AF-S Nikkor 24-70mm F2.8G ED Lens.

4. RAW file Test

Canon 5D Mark IV vs Nikon D810 RAW High ISO Test


Both the image was captured on RAW format @ ISO 51200. As you can see in the left image captured by Canon 5D Mark IV showing more details and clarity compared to the image captured by Nikon D810.

5. Price Difference

Nikon D810 will cost you $1K approx less compared to Canon 5D Mark IV which is a big difference for sure. The big difference in budget can sure turn-around anyone mind who is panning to buy one between these two rivals.

6. Verdict: Winner Canon 5D Mark IV

based on specification comparison review and after looking at the test samples of both the camera we recommend you to get the Canon 5D Mark IV camera. It’s one of the best camera available for professional shooters.

Also look at – Canon 5D Mark IV Best Lenses

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV available at —- | B&H Store

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Sony A7R II Showing More Details than Nikon D810

We can clearly see that the recently announced Sony A7R II camera showing more details in the image compared to the Nikon D810 DSLR camera.

Take a look at the image below and see the difference
Sony A7R II vs. Nikon D810 5

It’s no doubt the Sony A7R II is better than Nikon D810. We can clearly see more details and better color output in the Sony image captured at 12800 ISO.

A quick Overview of Specification

Nikon D810 features traditional Fullframe CMOS sensor of 36 Megapixels resolution and on the other hand the Sony A7R II features Hybrid CMOS AF sensor with 399 Phase AF points and a resolution of 42 Megapixels.

Despite of having more resolution camera features ISO range of 50-102400, its may be due to the presence of back-illuminated structure inside the sensor but the Nikon D810 is limited to 32-51200 only.

Also see – Best accessories for Sony A7R II | Sony A7R II available at Amazon and B&H

Sony A7R II vs. Nikon D810


The Sony A7R II is just announced by Sony USA,  we are here to compare the A7R II against the Nikon D810 camera.

Major Difference

Sony Alpha 7R II vs. Nikon D810 Specification Comparison Table.  


Sony Alpha 7R II vs. Nikon D810 5


The Sony A7R II features world’s first back-illuminated full-frame sensor with 42 MP resolution, the sensor is not a traditional CMOS sensor like Nikon D810, the Sony sensor is fabricated with 399 Phase-Detect AF Points and before we begin I must assure you that no Full frame camera in the world have such a advance AF Sensor.

Nikon D810 shares same sensor of Sony A7R II predecessor Sony A7R, the Full frame sensor us capable to capture 36 MP Stills. The sensor is traditional CMOS sensor and doesn’t support Hybrid AF like the A7R II.

ISO Range

The ISO Range is the most important part of the sensor, the entire range defines its sensitivity towards the incoming light to the sensor.

But before we begin to talk about the ISO range of the camera, you must know the relation between the photodiodes size and resolution, imager systems with small pixel size have high resolution. But lowering the pixels size also lowers the sensitivity of the camera that directly affect the ISO range of the camera.

Now, let’s have a look at the ISO range of both the camera. Starting with Nikon D810, the native ISO sensitivity range that runs from 64 to 12,800 and can be expanded from 32 to 51,200, on the other hand we have Sony A7R II camera with native ISO range of 100-25600 and extended ISO range of 50-102400, WHOA… despite of having the small pixels inside the sensor compared to the Nikon D810 camera Sony manages to increase the ISO range of the camera to a new height.

It clearly tells us that the Sony A7R II camera will not only capture high resolution images but will also grab better low-light images compared to the Nikon D810 camera.

So, the clear winner in image quality is Sony A7R II camera.


AF System

Since the Nikon D810 is a traditional DSLR camera it uses external Phase AF module below the sensor , Multi-CAM 3500FX 51-Point AF Sensor. That clearly means..

  1. Nikon Phase AF system is limited to 51 AF points with 15 cross-type sensors, the Nikon D and Group Area AF enables five AF sensors to be used as one group.
  2. Nikon D810 can capture 5 fps Shooting at Full Resolution, you can capture 57 Large fine JPEG with Phase AF tracking,.
  3. The AF point is of the Nikon D810 DSLR camera is active only when we are using the viewfinder of the camera, otherwise will capturing still images with live view mode or while recording videos the phase AF system gets disabled and Contrast AF system gets active… resulting slow AF speed of the camera.

Sony A7R II loaded with world’s first full-frame 42.4-megapixel Exmor R back-illuminated structure CMOS sensor, take a look at the Key points

  1. Sony A7R II features 399 phase-detect points and 25 contrast-detect points, world first fullframe mirrorless camera with that uses 399 on-sensor phase-detect AF points with 45% coverage along with 25 contrast-detect AF points in order to improve the speed, accuracy and tracking performance of the system.
  2. The camera can shoot continuous frames of 40MP @ 5fps with tracking, continuously upto 24 frames while shooting in JPEG L format.
  3. The AF system of Sony is always active while you are shooting still with viewfinder or you are using live view mode.

Sony A7R features advance AF system.


The Sony A7R II features Reduced-Vibration Shutter & Silent Shooting, with the A7R II silent shooting option is also available, the mechanical shutter vibration is reduced upto 50% compared to the older camera models, the top shutter speed is 1/8000 and the mechanical shutter inside the camera has been tested to last for 500,000 cycles.

Nikon D810 also features Electronic & Mechanical shutter, electronic front-curtain shutter reduces the risk of blur in even subtle details by minimizing internal vibrations during exposure. The Nikon D810 top shutter is same as Sony A7R II and the mechanical shutter inside the camera has been tested to last for 200,000 cycles.

Both camera uses Hybrid shutter technology.



The Sony A7R II can capture 4K Videos and records it internally, 35 format which uses oversampling with full pixel readout and no pixel binning, while recording the Video the phase AF system is fully active, thanks to the 399 phase-detection AF points present in the Fast Hybrid AF system, you get blazing fast AF speed without any focus hunting issue like a traditional contrast detect sensor have.

The Nikon D810 is limited to Fulll HD Video mode and contrast based AF system.


The Nikon D810 connectivity is possible with optional WT-5A Wireless Transmitter in combination with the optional UT-1 Communications Unit.

Sony A7R II camera features built-in wireless and NFC connectivity, with WiFi you can share your images with mobile devices directly, and NFC allows for one-touch connection between the camera and compatible mobile devices

Sony A7R II features more advance wireless connectivity option.

Buy / Pre-order the Sony A7 R II camera from Amazon | B&H

more coming soon….

Nikon D810 DSLR - $300 Off Plus Free Accessories

Best offer if you are looking for a high-end Nikon D810 DSLR, then  Nikon D810 DSLR is available at 1,496.95,

  1. This bundle contains 4 items (may ship separately)
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Nikon D810A vs Nikon D800 - Key Difference


Buy Nikon D810A from B&H

Difference between the Nikon D810A and Nikon D800 – Nikon D810A is the camera is around four times (4X) more sensitive to long-wavelength red light than an ordinary DSLR aka Nikon D810. This can be achieved through more precise and modified IR-cut filter, the modification enables the camera to capture the Hydrogen Alpha spectral line (656nm). As we already know that clouds of Hydrogen gas that occur in emission nebulae, this modification may result a slight reddish ting while shooting ordinary images with Nikon D810A DSLR.

New Features – The Nikon D810A arrived with Long Exposure M mode that enables users to select a very wide range of shutter speed 4 to 900 sec (15 minutes), the camera also features a ‘astro noise reduction’ in Raw that keeps noise minimum while shooting stars.

Image Comparison between the Nikon D810A and Nikon D810 DSLR