Equipped with an advanced specifications sheet, the Nikon D810 is being readied for a July release in India by the Japanese manufacturer. This new full-frame DSLR camera grabs a 36.3 megapixel count and offers a range of advanced features that are expected off such products these days.
With its FX-format (full-frame) sensor, the D810 is expected to fall on the expensive side of things, but its price hasn’t yet been discussed by Nikon. This clicker features a 36.3MP sensor which not kick in any optical low-pass filter, thus offering sharper images with rich tonality.
Nikon has blessed the DSLR with the EXPEED 4 image-processing engine that’s able to support high-speed processing even on ISO sensitivities as high as 12800. Owners can change the ISO to Lo 1 (ISO 32 equivalent) or Hi 2 (ISO 51200 equivalent) settings in order to gain great photographs in unfavorable conditions.
Like all cameras from its league, the D810 doesn’t leave out full HD video shooting support. Frame-rate options ranging from 60fps, 30fps and 24fps can all be grabbed at the sweet 1080p mark. This snapper also consists of a 51-point autofocus trait that comes with a fresh ‘group-area AF’ mode aimed at avoiding unintentional background focus during the shooting of moving subjects.
Combined with its CMOS sensor, the EXPEED 4 engine helps this Nikon camera deliver high-speed continuous shooting at approximately 5fps and that too in FX-format (full-frame). In a cropped format moreover, it can manage up to 7 frames per second.
There’s no word regarding the price of the Nikon D810 in India as yet, but its retail value in the US has been revealed to be $3,300 (body only) which translates to around Rs 198300. It will be out late this July.