Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Nikon has launched its latest and D800E D800 36MP full-frame DSLR

imaging leader Nikon Inc. announced the highly anticipated HD-D800 SLR, engineered to provide extreme resolution, image quality is stunning and valuable video features optimized for professional photographers and videographers and still multimedia. A camera with a balance of accuracy unmatched quality, functionality and images, Nikon D800 aware of innovations such as high-resolution 36.3-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor, 91 000-pixel RGB Matrix Metering System, Advanced Scene Recognition System and other intuitive features designed to create device is superior to the most demanding photo and video applications.
Whether shooting high fashion, weddings or multimedia content, the highest resolution sensors for current Nikon, a groundbreaking new 36.3-megapixel (7360 x 4912 resolution) FX-format CMOS sensor, affords flexibility and stunning picture quality to meet the myriad demands of clients. The Nikon D800 combines the latest 91 000-pixel 3D Color Matrix Metering III and Advanced Scene Recognition System, plus a 51-point AF system enhanced for images with exceptional sharpness and color clarity. Professional videographers will appreciate the practical features that go beyond compatibility Nikkor lens and Full HD 1080p video, such as full manual control, uncompressed HDMI output, and exceptional low-light video capability. Extreme Picture Quality
Nikon engineers have created innovative ways to manipulate the transmission of light for the photo diode sensors, giving users the ability to shoot with confidence in challenging lighting conditions. Internal sensor design, improved optical low pass filter (OLPF) and 14 bit conversion / D with a high signal to noise all contribute to a sensor capable of low light capability is very good even though extreme resolution. The next picture is channeled through a pipe 16-bit image processing, for maximum performance. For even more flexibility, the photographer can also take advantage of Nikon DX-format lens for more lens choices and enhanced focal range (1.5X), while still maintaining the sharpness and detail in high-resolution 15.4 megapixel (4800x3200).
Contribute to a fast camera performance and stunning image quality is Nikon's new EXPEED image processing engine that 3 helps professionals create images and HD video with exceptional color resolution and dynamic range. The new advanced automated system makes it easy to capture amazing images. Users can extend the dynamic range to capture in-camera High Dynamic (HDR) Range images, and enjoy the benefits of Nikon's Active D-lighting for balanced exposure. The D800 offers a high-fidelity audio recordings control the audio levels can be regulated and monitored in the camera's LCD screen. Nikon has enhanced Multi-Cam 3500 AF sensor-FX modules and algorithms to significantly improve low-light acquisition, for an appropriate focus for an impressive -2 exposure value (EV). D800E

- Maximum Resolution Unleashed__36.3MP CMOS sensor (compared to the 12.1MP)__15.3MP DX-format capture mode (compared to 5MP)__51-Point AF system with 15 cross-type sensor, rated to-2EV * (compared with-1EV)__ISO 100-6400 equiv extended to ISO 25,600 (compared to ISO 200-6400, extendable to ISO 25 600)__1080p Video on frame 30, 25 or 24 per second, up to 24Mbps, with HDMI output and uncompressed audio monitoring options *__3.2 ", 921,000 dot LCD with anti-fog coating * (compared with a 3in, 921k-dot)__Maximum 4fps continuous shooting in FX mode, 6fps in DX mode ** (compared to 8fps in FX mode)__Advanced Scene Recognition System with 91 000 * pixel metering sensor (compared with 1005-pixel)__'Exceed 3 'Image Processing *Virtual Horizon __Dual axis (in the LCD screen / viewfinder) * (compared with single-axis)I see from the announcement of the Canon lens and some P & S.


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