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Quoted from Mashable, the Nikon D800 is a product with the highest resolution DSLR camera in the world today. Just imagine, a resolution of 36.3 megapixels it has two times higher than their previous flagship product is D4, which only amounted to 16.2 megapixels.
D800 has been equipped with full-frame CMOS sensor which is also called the FX format by companies from Japan's. Meaning of full-frame here is the resulting image will have the same size as the frame on 35mm film. Significantly, the result will be larger than APS-C sensor in DSLR cameras in general.
With these advanced features, a camera would require image processor capable of supporting its performance in order to function optimally. For that, Nikon has invested the name of EXPEED processor 3.
The company was bold claim, that the combination of full-frame CMOS sensor and EXPEED 3, will be able to produce images with the world's highest pixel DSLR variants. Although the actual, mid-level camera can also produce images with better resolution through support interchangeable lenses that also have a full-frame sensor.
Other advantages are owned Nikon D800 is its ability to produce 1080p resolution video at 30 FPS (frames per second). Users can also choose between ISO 6400 or ISO 25 600.
Reportedly, the Nikon D800 will be available on the market from March 2012. For those of you who are interested seem to spend enough, which is about 3000 U.S. dollars.
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