When it comes to professional cameras, Nikon is a well known manufacturer you can rely on. If you are planning on purchasing a DSLR camera, you may wanna take a look at the upcoming D800, a replacement or update for Nikon D700, which has been released about three years ago.
Regarding its technical details, Nikon D800 DSLR camera is supposed to have a 36-megapixel sensor, shots featuring a resolution of 7,360×4,912 pixels, ISO range is 50 to 25,600, which means it will capture excellent images both in light conditions and night.
There will also be USB 3.0 on board, with an LCD screen “larger than 3 inches”, it shows content with 1080p video at 30, 25 and 24 fps or 720p at 60, 30, 25 and 24 fps. It seems there will be no GPS included, which means you won’t be able to geo-tag your shots.
The Japanase company may announce this impressive DSLR camera next week at CES, so we’ll keep on eye on this one and provide you with fresh news soon.
UPDATE: Nikon D800 goes on sale on March 22th.