the D800 is, imo the best dslr for video. Except for 4k, but thats a different story altogether.It's a little bit better in most aspects than the D800, but video seems to be an afterthought. That's fine, they have every right to even skip video altogether and focus (haha) on still, but that's not where the market is going. And I'd LOVE a C300 or a BMPC à la Nikon.
Not sure if you guys are talking about the same camera.
The D810 looks like a very slightly improved D800E.
Dont get me wrong, it will probably produce the best IQ money can buy, but at 3300
Thats double the price of the D610 and 600 more than the Df+50mm 1.8g kit.
I doubt mere mortals will be able to tell the difference between those three dslrs.
D610 goes to IsO50.
Thx. Didnt know the D810 had actual base ISO64.There's a difference between the D610's base sensor ISO of 100 and the ISO 50 setting. The D810 also has an artificial low ISO setting- but it's not 50, it's 32. The artificial low ISO settings are in effect just the same as adding a stop of exposure compensation to the base ISO shot, then reducing the exposure by a stop in post. In low-contrast scenes, this works well enough, but if the scene has high contrast, or lots of bright spots, you'll clip the highlights sooner.
you must be a great thinker if you can think up camera specs.
You should play the lottery and think the numbers.
maybe I just need reading lessonsOr just read the press release: http://nikonrumors.com/2014/06/26/nikon-d810-official-announcement.aspx/
namely because it came at the expense of low-light performance
I'm generally not interested in DSLRs, but this is a nice camera. Best feature: ISO64. Definitely a step in the right direction (I'd like to see native ISO 25, if possible).