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Nikon - D810 DSLR Camera (Body Only) - Black

Nikon D810 DSLR Camera Body: The D810 body accepts a variety of NIKKOR lenses (not included), so you can photograph an assortment of subjects and scenes depending on your needs. From its 36.3-megapixel CMOS sensor to its EXPEED 4 image processing engine, this DSLR camera makes it easy to capture striking photos and videos with accurately rendered colors.

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Best Buy Customer Reviews

5
Excellent! But not for everybody. Posted by: from: on The D810 is an awsome camera. This camera can give you image quality that can rival medium format camera, but you pay for that with very large file size and potential workflow slowdown if you have an older computer system. My only gripe is i bought this camera from Best Buy and it was not "brand new", someone have already took it out of the box, setup the camera, and already taken a bunch of shots with it. This was sold to me as brand new. You can tell if a camera is "brand new" from the factory or not is when you put in the battery, the first thing it should promt you to do is to select a language and or region. The camera I got did not do this, it was already set up, i can just start shooting, so i check the shutter count via embeded data on the image files, it was less than 100, so i decided not to go thru the hassle of trying to prove it to best buy and I kept the camera anyway. I wish that best buy didnt do this kind of things but some times when you try to support your local stores and not buy stuff via the internet, it back fires.

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

5
All the right stuff Posted by: from: Walnut Creek, CA on The upgrades from the D800 and D800E are very much what I had hoped for. There are a lot of upgrades but here are the ones I like a lot. The D810 has no low pas filter and is very, very sharp and I haven't noticed any moire. Higher buffer rate is greatly appreciated. They added zebra stripes which seems long over due. I've been playing around with there new "Flat" profile for both photos and video and so far I'm really liking it a lot! Using the Flat profile with video, is like shooting in RAW for video! Another helpful tool is group auto focusing. The D810 has better ISO range now from 64-12,800. Nikon also improved the battery life. It still uses the same battery that the D800 used but now has up to 33% shooting time. My use is mostly for video but this camera is great for both video and photos.

15 out of 15 found this review helpful.

5
Glad I pulled the trigger and bought this camera Posted by: from: Bellaire, MI on I have been waiting for a long time to find a camera with a full sized sensor that would give me decent quality, decent pricing, and not leave me wanting to upgrade once I started to get to know it. My last SLR used film, and I have owned a couple of so-so digital cameras a step above point and shoot. Before buying, the more I read about it and learned about the features it had, the more nervous/excited I became to make the jump to the D810. Now that I have used it for several weeks, I realize that it is a lot easier to use than expected, and the results are as good as expected. The menus are very straight forward, and organized logically. I have built a menu of my own with the selections I use the most, and I am also learning (slowly) more of the adjustments the camera allows. For starters, I have paired this with a 24-70mm f2.8 and a 70-200mm f2.8 and I am once again enjoying the ability to take photos where I can control more than simply what is in the frame. One Big Negative... Soon I will be spending money on Prime Lenses.

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

5
Best camera I've used or owned Posted by: from: Los Angeles on I upgraded to this camera from a consumer model Nikon (D5000) and this camera has taken my photography to new levels. I'm not a full time professional but I do use this camera for professional architectural and occasionally event photos. My passion however is for nature and in all of these realms this camera has blown me a away. Whether a starry night, the wedding kiss or a special home, this camera is more than capable of capturing that perfect picture if the user is capable of taking it.

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

5
Image Rockstar! Posted by: from: Tampa, FL on The D810 is an amazing camera. I migrated from the D800 and was worried it would only be an incremental upgrade, but it turns out the D810 feels and performs like a brand new camera. The first thing you will notice is the quieter and smooth shutter sound which is very gratifying. The camera ergonomics feel very good and although slightly lighter, still feels substantial in your hand. The focus system is vastly improved and found myself using Group AF primarily for all shooting. My keeper rate has increased tremendously between the combination of the minimized shutter slap and the improved AF. Although I shoot RAW, I did notice JPG processing in the camera is much improved. Tonal colors, sharpness, clarity, and contrast have been tweaked and produce excellent photos - to my eye. Your taste may vary. Controls are logical and familiar between the D700 and D800 phones I have. I do not use video. I am still digging into the new features such as the Highlight Exposure mode, Live view improvements, etc. To me this is the best all around and balanced DSLR on the market today.

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

5
Excellent Camera Posted by: from: Canton, OH on I sold my D4 and bought the D810. The D4 was a wonderful camera, but I found lugging the D4 and 24-70 lens was a challenge for my back problems. Switching to the D810 and using prime lenses lightened my load. Having 36 mp allows me to crop my photos as needed. The D810 is a pleasure to use, and I now understand the praise for the shutter sound. The camera is solid and well-designed. The auto-focus is fast and accurate. I understand why it is so highly-rated.

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

4
Best of the Best!? Posted by: from: Santa Ana, Ca on Look, I have been waiting for this camera since the D300. I have hopscotched from a few D5100 series to the D7100. The D7100 never lived up to the standards I needed regarding image quality. This D810 Is amazing out of the starting gate. It feels like the build quality of my D7100. Much lighter than I expected. Not sure if that will translate into a camera built to last like the tanks of the 70s and 80s. Over all I am happy except I feel it is slow processing raw and High res Jpgs when scrolling back and fourth viewing images. I am using a extreme SanDisk SD card. Shooing mic/macro, I need a steady camera so I love the shutter clap its amazing and very very quiet compared to the cameras of yesterday. More testing is needed but so far so good. Its worth the extra $1000 for my work, vs the D800e.

17 out of 22 found this review helpful.

5
Produces the sharpest image I've seen in any DSLR Posted by: from: Middle America--The Plains on I upgraded from a Nikon D600 to the D810. It's 36 megapixels sharp. I shoot plenty of landscape and a little wildlife photography. The D810 is perfectly suited for either.

11 out of 12 found this review helpful.

5
Upgraded to D810 from D800 Posted by: from: on I recently upgraded to D810 after using the D800 for 9 months and am very pleased with my purchase. I am a wedding photographer and the D810 has been a joy to use because it's very quite, smooth, and fast to focus even in low light. As other have said this feels like a totally different camera than the D800 and it appears that I get better exposures and white balance from the D810. I am very happy and feel it was worth the upgrade, especially as I had back focusing issues with the D800. Yay for the D810!!!

12 out of 13 found this review helpful.

5
Excellent image quality! Posted by: from: on The image quality is excellent and the D810 is built like a tank! You must have good glass to get the most out of this camera, otherwise you will be better of with a lower resolution camera.

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

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