Providing you 36.3 megapixels, Nikon’s D810 is the highest resolution professional DSLR on the range of cameras. Although all the cameras have fine resolutions for the majority of applications, higher-resolutions images give you a leeway when you crop or enlarge the pictures.
The camera’s sensor gives better performance than any other camera reviewed in the classifications of colour depth, dynamic range and low-light performance. This means your pictures are not only huge and detailed, but accurately hued, clean and well balanced. These attributes, merged with extraordinary performance and look, form the Nikon D810 a superb choice for professional photographers.
Unless you heavily cropping your pictures or printing big images, the D810’s quite impressive 36.3-megapixel resolution shouldn’t be a huge section of your image-quality calculations.
The D810 also boasts the same high-quality video found in Nikon’s other recent professional DSLRs and sensor with magnificent quality. It offers a maximum resolution of 1080p at up to 60 frames per second. Though other types of cameras offer faster frame rates and higher resolutions, this is as good as it gets for pro DSLRs
Nikon missed an anti-aliasing filter. While this increases the chance of moiré, it also means that you utilize the full sharpness and resolution of your sensor in every image you take.
In continuous drive mode, the D810 can shoot up to 6 frames per second, a standard speed for professional DSLRs.
Nikon D810 also has good maximum ISO and shutter-speed specifications. With this camera, you can shoot natively at up to 12,800 ISO and up to 51,200 when expended. Although some cameras offer a higher ISO setting, the D810 manages elevated ISOs better than almost anything else and is therefore a good choice for low-light shooting.
The camera weighs an around 31.1 ounces and has a classic professional DSLR design. It is quite comfortable to hold and features all the buttons a pro-shooter requires. In addition to this, it has an embedded, built-in flash, a high resolution LCD and double card slots.
You can easily review photos and navigate the menus using the camera’s 3.2-inch high-resolution display. The display is fixed and you can’t turn it towards you when shooting above or below eye level.
The D810 has two card slots. One of the slots supports the use of an SD card while the other is CF-card compatible.
There are five major categories of additional features of professional DSLRs – Wi-Fi, GPS, HDR, time lapse and panorama. Wi-Fi and GPS represent the connectivity of every camera while time lapse, HDR and panorama represent special shooting modes.
Help & Support
The on-year warranty covers all defects in construction or materials. If you run into any manufacturer-related issues during that time, you can return your camera for repair or a replacement.
The Nikon D810 gives you greater image quality resolution than any other camera we reviewed. Your images will surely have the desired detail, colour accuracy and dynamic range with its 36.3-megapixel high performance sensor. If you can ignore its lack of additional features, the D810 is one of the best cameras available and the best choice for high-resolution photography.