Nikon recently unveiled their newest digital camera, the D810 which replaces the D800E and D800 twins. They have taken the no anti-alias filter route and provided it with completely upgraded internals:
- A new 36 megapixels CMOS sensor with base sensitivity of ISO 64, expandable down to 32. The normal sensitivity range reach ISO 12,800 and expands to 51,200.
- An EXPEED 4 processor with unprecedented image-parameters for finer control over image rendition than any other digital camera.
- A revised shutter and mirror mechanism to reduce vibrations. The D810 can sustain 5 FPS continuous shooting with a deeper buffer than its predecessor.
Many more processing and capabilities have been refined too. Read Neocamera’s Nikon D810 review to see what it can do.