Nikon D800

Announced Feb 7, 2012 •
36 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
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Hi, So I just got 2 Yongnuo YN622N transceivers, a YN622N-TX Controller, and a YN-568EX II speed light to go along with my Nikon D800 and Nikon SB-700 speed light. I appear to have everything connected properly (YN622N-TX Controller on my camera, SB700 and YN-568EX II connected to YN622N transceivers and on stands, and everything fires!). So far so good. However, the controls on the YN622N-TX controller don't seem to affect anything. I'm shooting in Manual Flash mode, but shouldn't the...
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I use Nikon D800 with Nikon 70 - 200 VR lens. I found that the image is hazy. Looks like it is overexposed. I don't have similar issue in 14 - 24mm and 24 - 70mm. Is there anything wrong with the lens? This is a random shot and directly converted to jpeg from raw. No tripod, no VR turned  on, focal length: 200mm, focal mode: AF-S, aperture: 4, shutter: 1/1000, exp comp: 0, metering: matrix, iso: 100 I can almost fix it using PS dehaze but I am concern that if I get a bad copy. Thanks! -JP
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Hi , What happens if you don't push the  record stop  button before taking out the battery on a D800 ? Is your footage not saved ? I can't find the take on the Sd card and was wondering if footage is saved as it records or only after you push the Rec (stop) button. Thanks
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Hey guys, I've been trying to figure out what is best for me to do in regards of start charging for my photography for some time now but I can't wrap my head around it that easy as we are talking about big bucks and what I am after here is to spend my budget the most wisely way I possibly can and not waste it on the urge of just buying something expensive as I know this is not how it's done. In my case, I own a Canon 600D with a 50mm and 10-22mm for the past 5 years now. I've been shooting...
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I'm in the middle of transitioning from Olympus 4/3rds to FX.  I bought a well used D800 two weeks ago.  I really only had cash for two lenses: 50mm 1.8G and the 70-300mm VR i.  I'm enjoying the camera and lenses quite a bit.  I was only using the JPEG images on my 4/3rds camera and I'm thinking of embarking on trying to process RAW images.  At this point, I do not have lightroom or photoshop on my computer.  BUT I see that the camera has in-camera raw processing.  Are the results preferable...
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Hi guys, I just bought my D800 and am disappointed to find that my Nikkor-P Auto 105mm f/2.5 manual lens (Probably made somewhere between 1950-1970) does not work with the D800 - it can mount without snagging anything, but gives the blinking ERR message only after I release the shutter. This lens has worked perfectly and beautifully on my D7100, with no problems. Since this is a Pre-AI lens, it does not have any auto capabilities and the "Set to minimum aperture" advice does not apply to...
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Okay, I'm lazy. I admit it. I have a D800 and would like to download my images (not in real time) after I return from a day out with the family. Right now, it's pull the card out, put it into the computer, wait for the transfer to the hard drive, LR or PS, etc etc etc. Come back, eject the card, and back into the camera it goes. I looked into the EyeFi but see enough reliability problems to scare me away. Is there a simple solution? thanks. Neil
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Hi.. A Nikon friend of mine (i'm a Canon guy) has a D800. She's trying to shoot a timelapse for timestacking. Only problem is that the camera has decided to compress all the frames into a mov. file when done. In other words there are no frames to work with. So the question is this: Does the D800 have the same otions as the D4 where one can choose to either do a timelapse in movie mode or just x numbers of exposures using the buillt in intervalometer and the edit them later on (startrails,...
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I would to get some time lapse clips into my video. The Nikon D800 can take time lapse video. I am wondering, if I set the camera up to take 1 frame per second, how long a duration would my battery last? I am using the battery grip with an extra battery. Would it last, like 12 hours?
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Hi, I'm using a Nikon D7000 since 2012, I normally shoot landscapes and nightsky (milky way / star trails etc). My D7000 is not that great when it comes to taking pictures in dark and higher ISOs. I'm in the market for a new camera. Almost all my lenses are full frame lenses. My budget is $1700, As per the internet researches I did, I can  1. Get a used D600 I saw used D600 is on sale from $650+, but I'm kinda afraid of the sensor oil spill. I dont like the thin grip (I have big hands ;) ) 2....
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