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Nikon D810

Nikon announced new professional camera Nikon D810. I tested camera and I really like it. It is upgrade of D800E with better image quality performance and some new helpful functions.

Specialy I love lower ISO which is great for video. RAW S size for smaller files and faster workflow (great for interval shooting for time lapses, reportage).  Clarity setting (which is one of my favorite controls in RAW) in Picture control. And finally much better video and audio setting including 1080/60p.

Here is some informations and sample photos. Sharpness and ISO comparison here.

Unboxing video here.

  • 36.3 megapixel CMOS
  • New EXPEED4 engine
  • ISO 64 – 12,800 (Lo1,Hi1,H2)
  • Electronic front-curtain shutter – for eliminating mechanical vibration
  • 7 fps in DX crop, 5 fps in full resolution
  • New group AF mode
  • New RAW size S
  • 1080 50/60p video with increased audio/video settings
  • New 3D noise reduction
  • New Picture control  – Flat – great for optimal color grading
  • New Picture control – Clarity


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0610 Iso 64 f13 4s Upr crop

Nikon D810, Iso 64 f5,6 1s

Nikon D810, Iso 64 f5,6 1s 100% Crop

 

Nikon D810 DLight comparsion

 

Nikon D810 DLight comparsion Nikon D810 Picture Control, Standard x Flat

Nikon D810 Iso test sample photo

Nikon D810 ISO test crop comparsion

Nikon D810 ISO test crop comparsion with and without noise reduction
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8 Comments

  1. Jeremy · 27.6.2014 Reply

    Hi Dan fantastic and different comparison! Was wondering what sort of image buffer you would encounter with 5 and 7fps modes?

    :)

  2. Rene · 27.6.2014 Reply

    Hello Dan

    Thank you very much for that interesting article!
    I’d love to get the original D810 RAW files with ISO 6400 and 12800 to compare it with my D4… ;-)

    Greetings,
    Rene

    • Dan Vojtěch · 28.6.2014 Reply

      Hi Rene,
      i didnt shoot to raw because i have no software to open in (it is not supported yet)

  3. Mike · 28.6.2014 Reply

    Thanks for the info. There is a significant difference between the D800E and D810 shots. Were these shot at the same time and processed in the same way? From RAW?

    • Dan Vojtěch · 28.6.2014 Reply

      it surprised me as well. They were shoot at same time with same setting (iso on D800E was 125 and on D810 ISO 100). Color profile was Standard. I didn’t get it from raw because there was no software to open it.

  4. yingman · 28.6.2014 Reply

    Do you know where is D810 made? And why the last pic have so much difference?

  5. Simon · 28.6.2014 Reply

    I’d love to see a direct ISO comparison between D800E and D810 with NR “normal” and without NR, to see if JPEG noise rendition got 1 stop advance or not…

  6. yes · 30.6.2014 Reply

    It looks like nikon has FINALLY fixed their JPG game! Those are terrific shots!

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