Nikon keeps kicking Canon’s butt with their latest DSLR releases. The new 36.3-megapixel FX-format (full frame) CMOS camera again has a HDMI video feed out, and records directly to computer or hard disk. There’s also a funky D800E variant without a lowpass filter for extreme sharp photos (if you can avoid moiré patterns in your subject). This gives the aging Canon 5D mkII run for its money in many many areas, including autofocus points.
Canon! Where’s 5D Mark III already?
Above is a film shot entirely on the new D800.
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