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Nikon D800

Nikon D800

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Rad
RadSouthwest, VIC
  • 34 reviews
  • 27 likes

Auto focus upgrade

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Come over from Pentax full frame and found the auto focus has eye detection in OVF !! Hallelujah there is life.....
Noisy shutter, struggling with learning new menu systems but to be expected after 10 years with another brand.
I'm use to 36mp and the Pentax k1 might have slightly nicer files, however it helps to nail focus first.
ISO50 is nice.
Weight is moderate, ergonomics ok.
Huge wealth of available lenses.
Great move to reignite my pro work.
D750 next

Purchased in January 2019 for $1,000.00.

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sylvie
sylviesydney NSW
  • 4 reviews
  • 3 likes

wonderful full frame camera

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I cannot live without this camera
it has all that one serious photographer wants and has a large range of beautiful lenses to go with
purchased second hand at half the cost from european camera specialist
amazing all the way
Various modes but I use it mostly on aperture priority.... does bracketing and also brackets the flash...

Date PurchasedJuly 2015

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Great high resolution portrait camera

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Date PurchasedJan 2014
jjacer
jjacerForest Lake
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Studio & Fine art camera only.

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alanhogan
alanhoganNew South Wales, 2071
  • 6 reviews
  • 1 like

Push Your Serious Photographic Skills To The Limit

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The Nikon D800 is a complex, highly engineered camera. 36+ Mp means that the lenses you use need to be very good. These cost about as much if not more than the camers itself. If you're shooting technique isn't steady then this camera will show it up (hint: buy tripod). RAW files (images) are about 75mb so chances are your storage/computer hardware may need upgrading as well. Do not buy this camera unless photography is your passion and you are willing to learn to the photographic limit. Clarity is just unbelievable for a 35mm scale camera.
Very solid build, great feel and learning with it is a sheer joy.
Nothing; except it is far to complex unless you are serious about photography

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CategoryDSLR Cameras
Price (RRP) $3499
NFCNo
GPSNo
Megapixels36.3
Video QualityFull HD
Built-In FlashYes
Height123mm
Width146mm
Depth81.5mm
Weight1000g
Wi-FiNo
Release dateFeb 2012
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