There is no better way of exploring the world than to have a “third eye” dangling around your neck that helps you see the beauty of the offered scenery together with your own pair of eyes. No, we’re not talking about the paranormal but a DSLR camera and a Nikon D810 at that matter.
What We Adore
Nikon D810 DSLR is a well-built camera with full frame FX image sensor that is responsible in creating amazing image quality. Though you may find a number of buttons, they are really easily modified. It is fast and silent-performing piece of technology most especially when in Viewfinder mode.
ISO extended range offers ISO 32 to ISO 51,200, making its low light performance stronger than those of its competitors. You won’t even notice the noise on the images until you reach the farthest end of the given range. Our travel friend here offers several image formats: JPEG, RAW and TIFF.
The peak of list is dominated by a very reliable and powerful battery that powers D810, ensuring that lights won’t be off until you get back to your hotel room and have time for recharge.
What Turned Us Off
There are two heavy factors in this DSLR and we must warn you—you may not like them two. First is the heavy price tag indicating $2,999.95. The second of the two is the actual weight in 2.5 pounds you can imagine dangling around your neck whilst you stomp your feet during your journey by foot.
For something that is acquired with a few thousand bucks, Nikon D810 does not feature innovative details such as Wi-Fi connectivity or a mere touchscreen LCD.
Weighing the pros and cons of Nikon D810, we can simply say that the former greatly outweighs the former. If you can afford a price tag over two thousand bucks for an efficient travel partner, then by all means go for this snapper.
- Dimension : 5.8 x 4.9 x 3.3 inches
- Resolution : 36.3MP
- Display Screen : 3.2-inch, 1,229,000 pixels + built-in Viewfinder
- Maximum Image Size : 7360 x 4912 pixels
- Image Sensor : Full frame FX CMOS, 35.9 x 24.0 mm
- Movie Mode : Full HD 1080 60p