Nikon D800

Announced Feb 7, 2012 •
36 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
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By: Pouncer95 (3 days ago)
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I have a question regarding the 'technique' required to get sharp photos with the 5d4. When the Nikon D800 came out with it's 36m sensor there was a lot of talk about pictures that were not as sharp as they should have been because of the high megapixel count and the user not having good technique-not being able to hold the camera still enough. Now with the 5d4 having 30m is anyone running into this problem?
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i'm looking for a kit to take with me while traveling. My current kit consists of 2 D800 bodies, a Nikon 24-70 f2.8 and the 70-200 f2.8 VRII.  I also have a LUMIX FZ1000. I've decided on the Fuji xt2, but I'm stumped for lenses. I can take the easy way out and start off with the 18-55 f2.8-4, but I'm not sure if that's the best combo.  As you can see from my equipment list I'm partial to fast zooms, but I wanted this new kit to be lighter for travel. I was thinking of getting a set of 3 fixed...
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I was shooting a few days ago and one of my files was captured as a black and white JPEG. I shoot RAW. No setting change. Just a single JPG. Has anyone ever experienced this? Heard of it? I hope it isn't a sign of a coming breakdown. ~Thanx
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Hi everyone, I have a couple of questions about the D800. This is my first FX camera, but my 5th Nikon DSLR. I really love it (although it is very heavy) I have a very good understanding of photography, and have been at it for the last 20 years, but for some reason with the D800 when I shoot vertical, I just can't get sharp images, in fact, they are worse than not sharp, they are just a blur almost!! Very frustrating when I paid so much for the body and lens. The lens I have at the moment is...
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Hello Dear Nikon Users,I have a question if anyone has experience about it , that I m between D800 and D7200 body in case using a Nikon 200-500 f5.6 lens for wildlife photography. D7200 offers 23.5x15.6 mm DX sensor 24MBD800 offers 35.9 x 24 mm FX sensor 36MB What should I decide for the best image quality when I consider most of frames need to crop in post-operating of images?Thanks in advance
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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
By: mariosifides (1 month ago)
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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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