The D810 sports an all-new 36.3-megapixel FX CMOS sensor without Optical Low Pass Filter (OLPF) paired with D4s’ powerful EXPEED 4 processor that will work double time to catch the missing filter through image processing and to keep the camera itself at its best which is 30% faster with greater battery efficiency.
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To give you a quick preview on its speed, the new processor that is paired with the Multi-Cam 3500-FX AF sensor module that includes 15 cross-type points and 51 points total —-then some fancy focusing algorithms that was introduced in D4s improved the burst mode performance up to 5fps at full-res, 6fps at 25.1 megapixels (1.2x mode) and 7fps at 15.4 megapixels (DX mode).
The low-light performance with ISO now runs from 64 to 12,800 or 32 to 51,200 boasting same noise reduction performance with the D4s.
Finally, it also carries the capability of the D800/D800E to shoot in space-saving 12-bit sRAW and now with additional features to shoot in 1080/60p video that will be shown crystal clear from its 3.2-inch 1229K-dots LCD screen. There are no major button layout and ergonomic changes when it comes to its physical feat.
The Nikon D810 availability will be in late July with suggested retail price of $3,300, but you can already get your pre-order here today.
Source: Nikon’s Press Room