We’re only hours away from the official announcement, and details are already starting to leak for the upcoming Nikon D810. Here’s our first look at the specs for the new DSLR, thanks to Expertreviews uploading their review of it a bit too early.
Back when we first covered it, it was still rumored to be named something like “D800s”. While that changed, many of the confirmed specifications are exactly what’s been predicted. The D810 will definitely be coming with the 36 megapixel sensor that rumors have been point to, along with an ISO range of 32-51200.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like the camera’s getting 4K video recording on launch – but consider that something that can be fixed through a few good hacks as soon as users start finding them.
The D810’s price tag – in the UK, at least – is set to be at £2,700. Check out the full details for the camera below, courtesy of Nikon Rumors.
- the UK price will be £2,700
- sensor: 36.3MP (new sensor?)
- LCD screen: 3.2″ (1,299K dots) with new split-screen mode
- card slots: CF + SDXC
- Expeed 4 image processing engine
- no optical low pass filter (OLPF)
- ISO 32-51200 in extended mode, ISO 64-12800 in regular mode
- improved auto-focus (including Group Area AF mode for the D4s)
- no 4k video
- video recording: added 50/60p
- redesigned shutter with new kevlar/carbon fibre-composite unit; reduced shutter lag; quieter operation
- the metering mode button is moved to the main control dial
- improved grip
[Via Nikon Rumors]