I feel there are two divisions when it comes to the people who are still following the latest news on the Nikon D800: those who are tired of hearing about it, but are still excited for its release, and those who just can’t seem to get enough information about the up-and-coming shooter from Nikon.
It’s been rumored that Nikon will be unveiling the D800 in a couple of days, but before they do, here’s another round-up of its specifications that have already made several rounds over the Internet.
The first series is from French magazine Chasseur d’Images, which published more bits and pieces about the Nikon D800:
- The D800 will be equipped with a Sony Exmor sensor. It will have a design that is similar to the APS-C version used in the NEX-7.
- The camera with the AA filter will probably cost less than €3000 in France, although the high version without the AA filter should be €300 to €500 more expensive.
- Version without the AA filter will be called Nikon D800E
- Will “read” images with 12 different channels (14-bit conversion)
- 16 bit image processing with EXPEED 3
- 3.2 in. LCD display
- 100% viewfinder coverage
- New bracketing button
- Start-up and shutter delay identical to the D4
- Will use the EN-EL15 battery
- Will be able to take up to 850 shots on a single battery charge
- Optional battery pack will be called MB-D12
Here are some more posts of the Nikon D800 on TogTech that you might want to review:
- Nikon to Announce D800 on February 7th
- More On The Nikon D800: Side View Photos Leaked
- Another Leaked Photo of the D800
- Nikon D800 Sneak Peak