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On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)

From DXO IMAGE SCIENCE:

"The new sensor featured in the D800 achieves the best dynamic range and the highest color sensitivity ever measured, taking the lead on the DxOMark scale with 95 points," explained Dr. Frédéric Guichard, DxO Labs’ Chief Scientific Officer. "This camera illustrates the consistent improvement that digital camera manufacturers have been able to achieve in the last few years, mimicking Moore’s law that has ruled the silicon industry for decades now.
The Nikon D800 even surpasses the best medium-format cameras, which are priced more than 10 times higher!"

Sorry, Canon trolls, you have to accept this truth. The Nikon D800 is MUCH better than the Canon 5Dmk3. And the D800 costs even less money.

Link | Posted on May 1, 2012 at 09:36 UTC as 29th comment | 1 reply
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)
In reply to:

ScottRH: >Actually Nikon D800 is the best camera in the world.
Not if you are shooting something moving fast, sorry. Its a landscape camera.

@siliconVoid, the Canon-troll

Nikon D800 image quality even surpasses high-end medium-format cameras, DxOMark says.
From DXO IMAGE SCIENCE:
"With an impressive DxOMark Score of 95, the Nikon D800 illustrates the continuous improvement in DSLR image quality achieved over the years".

You, CANON-TROLL, HAVE TO ACCEPT THIS TRUTH!
The scientific test from DxOMark are most reliable, objective, manufacturer-independent source of image quality, the professional photographers trust 100% in DXO TESTS.
The Nikon D800 is MUCH BETTER than the Canon 5Dmk3.
You, CANON-TROLL, HAVE TO ACCEPT THIS TRUTH!

Link | Posted on May 1, 2012 at 09:27 UTC
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Lensflair: spoke to an avid Nikon pro shooter today who has been using the D800 quite extensively. His comments were a little mixed but in a positive way. To him the resolution and the ability to drill down and see detail was the biggest feature of the camera and he was very impressed. he was however unhappy with both the amount of noise and the rendition of colour. He thought the noise was a lot more than he had been told and that the colours were not up to standard. He stated that in these two areas he felt his D700 was better but it couldn't compete with the D800 in the image detail of course. He is a 'real world' photographer who does use higher ISOs, less than perfect light etc. The noise was less of an issue but he was not happy with the colours that the camera produced and this was his main concern.

I thought it an interesting observation from someone who has been shooting with the D800 since the first day it came out. he also has a D3 as well as the D700 and now the D800

@Kensflair

NO! No. You are a too superficial person. I'm not sentimental. I don't have a favorite brand. I love science, technology and photography. I don't like corporations. I don't like multinationals. In fact, I tend to disregard these big companies, because in the name of profit, these company block the development of technology, the development of economy, science and research. we live in an imperfect world and I take note of that, I am aware of that. Maybe tomorrow the world will be better, now there is only one thing that I can do: see the positive in negative.
I can only consider the so-called LESSER EVIL: see the truth, tell the truth about corporations and photography, science, technology.
And the truth is that, today the NIKON D800 IS THE BEST SENSOR IN THE WORLD, a innovation-quality-price REVOLUTION, while the Canon 5Dmk3 is NOTHING NEW and NOTHING SPECIAL, of course unfavorable to buyers.
The Nikon D800 is much better than the Canon 5Dmk3. NOT MY FAULT. NOT MY MERIT.

Link | Posted on Apr 30, 2012 at 16:52 UTC
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)
In reply to:

Lensflair: spoke to an avid Nikon pro shooter today who has been using the D800 quite extensively. His comments were a little mixed but in a positive way. To him the resolution and the ability to drill down and see detail was the biggest feature of the camera and he was very impressed. he was however unhappy with both the amount of noise and the rendition of colour. He thought the noise was a lot more than he had been told and that the colours were not up to standard. He stated that in these two areas he felt his D700 was better but it couldn't compete with the D800 in the image detail of course. He is a 'real world' photographer who does use higher ISOs, less than perfect light etc. The noise was less of an issue but he was not happy with the colours that the camera produced and this was his main concern.

I thought it an interesting observation from someone who has been shooting with the D800 since the first day it came out. he also has a D3 as well as the D700 and now the D800

@Lensflair
A friend of a cousin of the friend's sister's nephew of a friend of friends of two cousins of the brother of the nephew of the neighbor's grandmother's brother's uncle, says that.....................bla bla bla bla?

COME ON!
Canon is experiencing a phenomenon in psychology called REGRESSION. Infantile regression. The strategy of canon is getting worse.
Now for Canon are guaranteeing also friends of a cousin of the friend's sister's nephew of a friend of friends of two cousins of the brother of the nephew of the neighbor's grandmother's brother's uncle......?!!!!
The revolution created by the Nikon D800 is not an OPINION.
It's a scientific fact, MEASURABLE.
We look at the scientific results of a sensor(repeatable results in a laboratory), we don't look at the propaganda of friends of friends of the cousins of the neighbors of some users who are paid from Canon.

Link | Posted on Apr 30, 2012 at 14:05 UTC
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)
In reply to:

Lensflair: spoke to an avid Nikon pro shooter today who has been using the D800 quite extensively. His comments were a little mixed but in a positive way. To him the resolution and the ability to drill down and see detail was the biggest feature of the camera and he was very impressed. he was however unhappy with both the amount of noise and the rendition of colour. He thought the noise was a lot more than he had been told and that the colours were not up to standard. He stated that in these two areas he felt his D700 was better but it couldn't compete with the D800 in the image detail of course. He is a 'real world' photographer who does use higher ISOs, less than perfect light etc. The noise was less of an issue but he was not happy with the colours that the camera produced and this was his main concern.

I thought it an interesting observation from someone who has been shooting with the D800 since the first day it came out. he also has a D3 as well as the D700 and now the D800

@Lensfair
Today Canon is underdeveloped compared to Nikon!
We are at the point where the sensors of NIKON are MUCH better than the sensors of Canon. Sure, Sony has contributed to the construction of these new Nikon-sensors, but it IS NOT IMPORTANT. What counts is to be aware of the superiority of this technology. The Nikon D800 is even less "noisy" than Canon 5Dmk3, despite the number of pixels. On DXO review, the Canon 5Dmk3, is surpassed by the Nikon D800 even at HIGH ISO! Only CANON SELLERS, say otherwise(of course).

The SCIENTIFIC truth: the D800, is the BEST sensor in the world(today), MUCH better than he sensor of the 5Dmk3.
Color Depth: Nikon D800 better than Canon 5Dmk3!
Dynamic Range: D800 better than 5Dmk3!
Low-Light ISO: D800 better than 5Dmk3!
Overall Score: D800 better than 5Dmk3!
Price: Nikon better than Canon.
(font: DXO sensors score)
SORRY CANON, you want to sell your cameras. BUT BUYERS HAVE THE RIGHT TO KNOW THE TRUTH: the Nikon D800 is BETTER than the Canon 5Dmk3.

Link | Posted on Apr 30, 2012 at 13:38 UTC
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)
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FranciscoJG: Despite this being a novelty 36Mp sensor in the FX system, some questions arise. Regardless of the values that the DXo Labs introduces for this sensor, this has its photodiods the size that is used in the DX sensors.
It is clear that many of the limitations of smaller pixels were well resolved at this sensor, but the laws of physics do not eliminate, just surround. In low-light situations, the behavior of this sensor is identical to that of a DX machine.Thus, the Nikon D800 is designed to win the war of pixels and sell, gain more market share. This applies mainly to the amateur enthusiast. It is a beautiful machine, but it seems likely to belong to a new market niche in digital photography. Lovely surprise this from Nikon, but not so serious rival as it may seem to many professional photographers. It has its cons in terms of quality, in low light, and overall performance. But still leaves the bar very high. Hello Canon, reacts if you can.

@FranciscoJG
Everything depends on the investment and the will to develop the Foveon sensor.
Unfortunately we live in the middle of capitalism, even if this capitalism is decadent(see Crisis of the West):
This means that the capitalistic company will squeeze and exploit the bayer sensor as a lemon, before adopting the Foveon sensor. This means also that, not being a lobby group, the Foveon sensor will be used ONLY when the bayer-sensor has reached its limit.
THE MULTINATIONAL GIVES YOU THE INNOVATION WITH THE DROPPER, WITH A PIPETTE, because their goal is always the same goal: to sell and resell to you everything, every three or four years.

Link | Posted on Apr 29, 2012 at 20:29 UTC
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)
In reply to:

Lensflair: Adler1970, may you might understand this...

When trolls talk about scores only they sink like the corupt Titanic. Only DXo trolls have no cast and auto focus when the truth is that you should only read internets scores and not shoot with a camera despite pixel lies from Nikon trolls. It should be talked about like madmen despite medication needed to get from A to B without need to actually use a camera that you as a troll ok Nikon have not used. You are a Nikon boy troll with less talk than Neanderthal. Don't live the Nikon marketing troll boy because all you type is marketing from the Internet like you prefer Internet sexuals to real sexuals with a real woman not Internet woman who has a score by Internet trolls that are under the bridge in secret. Time passes and you talking does not grow but sinks like troll titanic with Nikon marketing lies? You have 23456 words of troll stupid that translate to 0 sense. You are Neanderthal with autofocus that has been held back. Nikon troll boy

@Lensflair
Is the Nikon D800 better than the Canon 5Dmk3? YES! That is sure.
The question is not... if the D800 is better than the 5Dmk3.
SURE the Nikon D800 is much better than the 5Dmk3.
The question is... if the 5Dmk3 is better than the 5Dmk2.
Well, between the 5Dmk3 and the 5Dmk3 there are just 2 points by DXO scores. These 2 points are worth 3500 DOLLARS?
I think...NOT!

The Nikon has made a revolution:
1 low price
2 best quality(really BEST, not just advertising)
3 innovation(Ok, Sony helped Nikon, but I don't care)
Maximum quality, maximum innovation, low price (for today's times). This is the Nikon D800. A revolution.

Canon has made just a shameless market strategy:
minimum ordinary quality, low innovation, unacceptable unreasonably high price!

Is this bad strategy, NORMAL? NO! It is NOT NORMAL!
And it should not become normal.

Link | Posted on Apr 29, 2012 at 18:08 UTC
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)
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john maitland graves: I have no preference, though I think Nikon is, overall better. For the best possible quality (without all the bells and whistles,) please consider the 46mp Sigma cameras. I have the latest DP1 and 2 as well as an SD15.

Both the Nikon and Canon use the Bayer color filter system and anti-alias (blurring) screen. The 36 mp layout has 50% green 25% red and 25% blue. The missing red and green information must be interpolated (guessed). The 46 mp Sigma Foveon provides full color information at each (larger) pixel without loss by filters or algorithmic estimations. The Sigma is dedicated to producing suburb still photography.

The Nikon is certainly a marvel, but its physical limitations limit rendition of images. Note that there are to types of movie sensor systems. One is like the old Technicolor system the uses three sensors and a color separation system. which provides quality similar to the Foveon and produces color like color film. The other uses the faster Bayer system.

Nothing wrong with Neanderthal. They have lived for 20.000 years. But they disappeared and today there is the homo sapiens sapiens.
The Canon 5Dmk3 is a Neanderthal Camera, the Nikon D800 is a Camera sapiens sapiens.
The Nikon D800 is the EVOLUTION. The 5Dmk3 is an archaeological find, is the same old 5Dmk2, NOTHING new. From 2008 to 2012 Canon has not evolved at all.

Link | Posted on Apr 29, 2012 at 00:31 UTC
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)
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ScottRH: >Actually Nikon D800 is the best camera in the world.
Not if you are shooting something moving fast, sorry. Its a landscape camera.

@siliconVoid

Color Depth: Nikon D800 better than Canon 5Dmk3!
Dynamic Range: D800 better than 5Dmk3!
Low-Light ISO: D800 better than 5Dmk3!
Overall Score: D800 better than 5Dmk3!
Price: Nikon better than Canon.

Nikon D800 score: 95 points
Canon 5Dmk3 score: 81 points
Font: scientific test of DXO sensor scores rating

You should accept the truth with dignity.
The comparison between Cameras is physiologic in website like this.
You can NOT make comparison only when it is convenient to you. I already explained this axiom: DON'T SPIT ON FOOD.
Comparisons are the food of websites like this.
You can NOT make comparison only when it is convenient to you.

Link | Posted on Apr 29, 2012 at 00:19 UTC
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)

Best Sellers in Digital SLR Cameras by Amazon, today, April 28, 2012:

No. 1(first place): Nikon D800 (only body)

2 nd place: Nikon D5100 with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 AF-S DX VR Nikkor Lens

3 rd place: Canon EOS Rebel T3 with 18-55mm IS II Lens(which cost only $469.00)

The Nikon D800 is the most selling DSLR on Amazon.
The Canon 5Dmk3 is just in the 14 th place( THE FOURTEENTH PLACE).

Better than the Canon 5Dmk3, are are selling also other Nikon cameras:
5 th place: Nikon D3100
to 6 th place: Nikon D7000(only body)
to 8 th place Nikon D3200
to 10 th place: Nikon D7000 (with 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6 Nikkor Lens)

EVEN THE OLD NIKON D700( 12 th place) IS STILL SOLD MORE THAN THE Canon 5DMK3( 14 th place)!

Link | Posted on Apr 28, 2012 at 08:10 UTC as 32nd comment | 1 reply
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)
In reply to:

FranciscoJG: Despite this being a novelty 36Mp sensor in the FX system, some questions arise. Regardless of the values that the DXo Labs introduces for this sensor, this has its photodiods the size that is used in the DX sensors.
It is clear that many of the limitations of smaller pixels were well resolved at this sensor, but the laws of physics do not eliminate, just surround. In low-light situations, the behavior of this sensor is identical to that of a DX machine.Thus, the Nikon D800 is designed to win the war of pixels and sell, gain more market share. This applies mainly to the amateur enthusiast. It is a beautiful machine, but it seems likely to belong to a new market niche in digital photography. Lovely surprise this from Nikon, but not so serious rival as it may seem to many professional photographers. It has its cons in terms of quality, in low light, and overall performance. But still leaves the bar very high. Hello Canon, reacts if you can.

@Five Piece

Best Sellers in Digital SLR Cameras by Amazon, today, April 28, 2012:

No. 1(first place): Nikon D800 (only body)

2 nd place: Nikon D5100 with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 AF-S DX VR Nikkor Lens

3 rd place: Canon EOS Rebel T3 with 18-55mm IS II Lens

Ie the Nikon D800 is the most selling DSLR on Amazon.
The Canon 5Dmk3 is just in the 14 th place( THE FOURTEENTH PLACE).
Better than the Canon 5Dmk3, are are selling also other Nikon cameras:
5 th place: Nikon D3100
to 6 th place: Nikon D7000(only body)
to 8 th place Nikon D3200
to 10 th place: Nikon D7000 (with 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6 Nikkor Lens)

EVEN THE OLD NIKON D700( 12 th place) IS STILL SOLD MORE THAN THE Canon 5DMK3!

Link | Posted on Apr 28, 2012 at 08:02 UTC
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)
In reply to:

Lensflair: Adler1970, may you might understand this...

When trolls talk about scores only they sink like the corupt Titanic. Only DXo trolls have no cast and auto focus when the truth is that you should only read internets scores and not shoot with a camera despite pixel lies from Nikon trolls. It should be talked about like madmen despite medication needed to get from A to B without need to actually use a camera that you as a troll ok Nikon have not used. You are a Nikon boy troll with less talk than Neanderthal. Don't live the Nikon marketing troll boy because all you type is marketing from the Internet like you prefer Internet sexuals to real sexuals with a real woman not Internet woman who has a score by Internet trolls that are under the bridge in secret. Time passes and you talking does not grow but sinks like troll titanic with Nikon marketing lies? You have 23456 words of troll stupid that translate to 0 sense. You are Neanderthal with autofocus that has been held back. Nikon troll boy

Mister Lensflair, I have only 1 account and I speak about Cameras. You have a lot of accounts and speak about ME.
That is the difference between a real USER like me and a TROLL of CANON like you.
The Canon 5Dmk3 is a NEANDERTHAL CAMERA NEAR THE NIKON D800. YES.
95 points of D800 Nikon against 81 points of 5Dmk3 Canon. Yes. The Canon 5Dmk3 is a NEANDERTHAL CAMERA NEAR THE NIKON D800. YES.
Do you know how fast the digital technology evolves?
The 5Dmk3 has the same technology of the 5Dmk2. The 5Dmk2 has 79 points and comes from the year 2008, the 5Dmk3 has 81 points. Those two points more, plus a new auto focus, are worth 3500 dollars?
COME ON! Only a CANON-SELLER can defend the 5Dmk3.
AND YOU ARE JUST THIS CANON-SELLER.

Link | Posted on Apr 27, 2012 at 16:05 UTC
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)
In reply to:

Lensflair: Adler1970, may you might understand this...

When trolls talk about scores only they sink like the corupt Titanic. Only DXo trolls have no cast and auto focus when the truth is that you should only read internets scores and not shoot with a camera despite pixel lies from Nikon trolls. It should be talked about like madmen despite medication needed to get from A to B without need to actually use a camera that you as a troll ok Nikon have not used. You are a Nikon boy troll with less talk than Neanderthal. Don't live the Nikon marketing troll boy because all you type is marketing from the Internet like you prefer Internet sexuals to real sexuals with a real woman not Internet woman who has a score by Internet trolls that are under the bridge in secret. Time passes and you talking does not grow but sinks like troll titanic with Nikon marketing lies? You have 23456 words of troll stupid that translate to 0 sense. You are Neanderthal with autofocus that has been held back. Nikon troll boy

Lensflair, the truth is thar you don't like the score of Canon 5Dmk3. DXO did a SCIENTIFIC test.
Nikon D800: 95 points.
Canon 5Dmk3: just 81 points, only 2 points more than the old 5Dmk2(which comes from the year 2008).
THE NIKON D800 IS OVERALL BETTER THAN CANON 5DMK3, EVEN AT ISO LEVEL. Even the Dynamic range of Nikon D800 is BETTER than the dynamic range of Canon 5Dmk3.
The Nikon D800 is invincible.
YOU DON'T LIKE IT, BUT THIS TEST SAYS THE TRUTH.
YOU ARE PAID FROM CANON TO HIDE THE HUMILIATION SUFFERED FROM CANON 5DMK3.
The 5Dmk3 have NO CHANCES against the Nikon D800.
YOU ARE A CANON SANDWICH BOARD, YOU ARE PAID FROM CANON TO HIDE THE HUMILIATION SUFFERED FROM THE 5DMK3.
The Canon 5Dmk3 is a SAD CLONING of the 5Dmk2, is a OLD DECADENT CAMERA which is NOT selling good.
Because of that, here there are a lot of TROLLS of Canon, trolls like you.

Link | Posted on Apr 27, 2012 at 15:51 UTC
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)
In reply to:

FranciscoJG: Despite this being a novelty 36Mp sensor in the FX system, some questions arise. Regardless of the values that the DXo Labs introduces for this sensor, this has its photodiods the size that is used in the DX sensors.
It is clear that many of the limitations of smaller pixels were well resolved at this sensor, but the laws of physics do not eliminate, just surround. In low-light situations, the behavior of this sensor is identical to that of a DX machine.Thus, the Nikon D800 is designed to win the war of pixels and sell, gain more market share. This applies mainly to the amateur enthusiast. It is a beautiful machine, but it seems likely to belong to a new market niche in digital photography. Lovely surprise this from Nikon, but not so serious rival as it may seem to many professional photographers. It has its cons in terms of quality, in low light, and overall performance. But still leaves the bar very high. Hello Canon, reacts if you can.

@Francisco
Dear francisco, digital photography is a newborn compared with analog photography.
If the digital world does not grow, this world remains a dwarf.
Today the digital world has achieved good results and has BENEFITS. For example you don't have to buy a photographic film, but a 32 gigabytes memory card. You can take 10.000 photos. You can have fun with POST PRODUCTION.
Of course it is important that the technology go ahead.
For this reason I defend the Nikon D800, and I'm hard CRITICAL of the Canon 5Dmk3: the sensor technology of the Nikon D800 is the best contemporary technology(as said also by OXD).
Canon does not want and can not grow more. If time passes and Canon does not grow, Canon remains a dwarf.
Canon lives only from advertising, as an old artist who produces nothing good but only sells the signature under the scribbles-painting.

I think, the BEST sensor, in the FUTURE, will be a Foveon-sensor, NOT A BAYER SENSOR. I hope that Nikon buys the Foveon-sensor.

Link | Posted on Apr 27, 2012 at 11:21 UTC
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)

The Nikon D800 is still the BEST SELLING DSLR OVERALL AND ON AMAZON. The Canon 5Dmk3 is becoming a FLOP, a financial failure.
For this reason, although the SCIENTIFIC results attest that the Nikon D800 is superior to all other Cameras and MUCH BETTER THAN THE Canon 5Dmk3, some sandwich-boards of Canon are invading our photos-forums to make disinformation.
Canon is a company which offers no more guarantee OF QUALITY.
Dear Canon trolls, no one believes your lies.
I have explained why, and you do not want to understand.
Those who spend between 2600 and 3500 euros, don't listen to your lies: THEY HEAR THE TRUTH! WHY?
Nobody wants to throw away so much money. People earn money WORKING, breaking their bones under the weight of life. Nobody wants to throw away so much money. No one will spend $ 3500 for a cloned 5Dmk2.
Although Canon calls this clone 5dmk3, that Camera remains the old 5Dmk2.
Ie, THE 5DMK3 IS STILL THE 5DMK2, WITH JUST A BETTER AUTO FOCUS and only 1/2 STOP iso improvement

Link | Posted on Apr 26, 2012 at 16:18 UTC as 34th comment
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)
In reply to:

FranciscoJG: Despite this being a novelty 36Mp sensor in the FX system, some questions arise. Regardless of the values that the DXo Labs introduces for this sensor, this has its photodiods the size that is used in the DX sensors.
It is clear that many of the limitations of smaller pixels were well resolved at this sensor, but the laws of physics do not eliminate, just surround. In low-light situations, the behavior of this sensor is identical to that of a DX machine.Thus, the Nikon D800 is designed to win the war of pixels and sell, gain more market share. This applies mainly to the amateur enthusiast. It is a beautiful machine, but it seems likely to belong to a new market niche in digital photography. Lovely surprise this from Nikon, but not so serious rival as it may seem to many professional photographers. It has its cons in terms of quality, in low light, and overall performance. But still leaves the bar very high. Hello Canon, reacts if you can.

The Nikon D800 is much BETTER than the Canon 5Dmark3 also in LOW-LIGHT ISO. There is NO field where the 5Dmk3 win.
The PIXELS? Again this lamentation?
DXO has measured the quality of pictures and consider only the sensor, NOT THE NUMBER OF PIXEL!
Thanks to the pixels, or DESPITE the pixels, the Nikon D800 is better than the Canon 5Dmk3.
Only CANON-TROLLS says the contrary.
That means, of course, that Canon insists to say that the Canon 5Dmk3 is better.
But it is a LIE. It is a big LIE. A lie of canon.
A LIE OF THE SELLERS OF CANON.
Of course, the Canon-sellers are desperate, and Canon are using so many TROLLS in various forums.
But it is an objective fact: the Nikon D800 is MUCH MUCH MUCH BETTER THAN this old stupid DECADENT 5Dmk3.

Link | Posted on Apr 26, 2012 at 15:30 UTC
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)
In reply to:

ScottRH: >Actually Nikon D800 is the best camera in the world.
Not if you are shooting something moving fast, sorry. Its a landscape camera.

There is NO field where the 5Dmk3 beats the Nikon D800. The Nikon D800 beats the 5Dmk3 in EVERY field.

Portrait(Color Depth)? Nikon D800 better than Canon 5Dmk3!
Landscape(Dynamic Range)? D800 better than 5Dmk3!
Sports(Low-Light ISO)? D800 better than 5Dmk3!
Overall Score? D800 better than 5Dmk3!
Price? Nikon better than Canon.

Of course, in Sport, the NIKON D4, which costs like a CAR and has less pixels, is a bit better than the D800.
However, the Nikon D800 BEATS the Canon 5Dmk3 also in sports(Low-Light ISO score: 2853 iso vs 2293 iso).
Obviously, in a serious conversation you can not expect that the Nikon D800 win in everything, even against the Nikon D4.
If it were so, who would buy the D4? No one.
What seems clear is that Nikon has chosen a new global strategy to avoid cannibalism between cameras:
Nikon builds good cameras for different NEEDS, while Canon insists on building different camera-handicap for different CASTES.
RESULT: Nikon beats Canon in all categories.

Link | Posted on Apr 25, 2012 at 16:17 UTC
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In reply to:

ScottRH: >Actually Nikon D800 is the best camera in the world.
Not if you are shooting something moving fast, sorry. Its a landscape camera.

Sorry, ScottRH, but if you want shoot something moving fast, you need a good technique, not many shots per second. You must know how to use the diaphragm, lenses, ISO, and you have to know even how to hold a camera in hand (see photos FORMULA 1).
The sensor of the Nikon D800 has achieved a great Sport score (alias Low-Light ISO score): 2853 iso! BETTER THAN THE Canon 5DMK3(which has only 2293 usable iso, alias Low-Light ISO score )!
But that is normal, the D800 has 36 MP, a lot of more pixels than the other 2 Nikon.
The Nikon D800 is ranked as the first, THE BEST SENSOR! In sport the Nikon D800 is in third place.
NIKON D3s and Nikon D4 are in the first and second place.
D800 is BETTER THAN CANON 5DMK3! In the ranking, the 5Dmk3 is ONLY in the 10 th place.
No camera excels in every field. And that is good.
Remember:
Who knows how to do "EVERYTHING", cannot do "ANYTHING". Everything and nothing, are two extremes which are touching each other.
D800 better than 5Dmk3, also in SPORT.

Link | Posted on Apr 25, 2012 at 15:44 UTC
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)

If A is better than B, and B better than C, how can be C better than A?
IMPOSSIBLE! A, better than B, is also better than C, because C is worse than B!
Practice translation:

If NikonD800 is better than the Phase One, and the Phase One is better than Canon5Dmk3, how can be Canon5Dmk3 better than Nikon?
IMPOSSIBLE!

Actually Nikon D800 is the best camera in the world. Canon has to accept this.
The world of serious photography community, has already recognized this reality.
If Canon continues to pretend to believe that the 5Dmk3 is the best camera, Canon will make the world laugh.
Canon is losing his dignity.
Be CAREFUL, Canon! You can lose against Nikon, it is NOT a shame, because Nikon is a BIG NAME in the world of photography. But if you lose your dignity, really you lose everything.
Canon is becoming embarrassingly pathetic.

Link | Posted on Apr 24, 2012 at 20:58 UTC as 38th comment
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 (307 comments in total)
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Lensflair: Seems to me that there is a lot of hot air getting blown around by people that haven’t gotten their hands on any of the cameras in question are just blowing a trumpet because they like canon or Nikon, and if they were honest have hardly even used the “other” brand of camera in their lives.

I think most people are caught up on a numbers game or only look at one aspect of a comparison between the D800 and 5D III.

When you have a closer look at the pro’s and con’s of each it is actually pretty close. So the real FACTS are as follows

Dynamic Range – This can vary across various test sites. If you look at techradar.com and look at the RAW DR, it is pretty clear that there is not a huge difference between the D800 and 5D3 and past ISO 800 the 5D3 is actually better than the D800. The 5D3 is a significant improvement over the 5D2.

@Lensflair
You are just a Canon-seller. What you said does not makes sense.
You are a sad canon-follower who is just singing the MANTRA:
HARE CANON HARE CANON,
CANON CANON
HARE HARE!
Canon has done all wrong. Canon did make a stupid construction of the 5Dmk3. A Wrong marketing. Wrong price.
And, reading your various comments, I would say: Canon paid too many naive troll. These Canon-trolls are part of the wrong marketing strategy of Canon. Perhaps the radiation from Fukushima, destroyed the brain to the managers of Canon.
I don't know why Canon has become so stupid, but it is evident that the 5Dmk3 will be a financial flop, a failure.
I'll tell you why:
Those who spend between 2800 and 3500 dollars for a camera, wants to know PROFESSIONALLY DETAILED the truth , they don't read the crap written by stupid Canon-trolls.
Nikon D800 = 95 POINTS
Canon 5DmKIII = 81 POINTS
(DxOMark - Sensor scores)
ACCEPTED THE EVIDENCE!

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