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Nikon D810 the next edition Review Read more

Nikon D810 the next edition Review

Well here we are, as I said I was going to wait on the next BIG release from Nikon before I upgraded my D800. Nikon announced a D810 trade up program and for me it meant lots of benefits considering my recent lens purchases. Maybe this was Nikon’s ploy to move these new D810s faster.

Here I am with a new D810 and to tell you the truth, it looks almost indistinguishable to my older D810.  This D810 feels like home with the exception of a few new button changes everything is familiar, the grip is kind of narrower and deeper giving it a different feel in the hand, your mileage may vary depending on your hand. I wished the grip was more like the perfect D700 grip I once owned, the D700 was ergonomically fantastic in the hand. I have a collection of D800 batteries and they are all compatible with the D810 along with my MD-12 grip. When I fired the 810 up I began to notice the differences, all are very pleasant.

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Nikon D800 Review and Opinion Read more

Nikon D800 Review and Opinion

Like for many people out in DSLR land the D800 is not my first DSLR rodeo. I have lots of prior experience using other DSLRs and a fleet of film cameras I used in the 20 + years in this wonderful hobby. Technology has impacted all of us in many ways, in almost every aspects of our lives, be it photography or stamp collecting technology introduce change, and what was great yesterday is a only footnote today selling for pennies on the dollar on ebay. Just prior to acquiring this Nikon D800 I had been using a Nikon D700 for a few years. Right out of the box, the Nikon D700 never gave me on minute of trouble, produces splendid photos, and still works like an artist photography tool in the right hands with images that are detailed and pleasing on the screen and in print.
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