Announced Feb 7, 2012 •
36 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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My Nikon D800 is capable of the resolution in the title. So far I have been shooting 1080/30 for my learning. I want to explore other resolution. I am wondering why anyone would want to lower the resolution and increase the frame rate. I have some questions: 1. Does the 60 fps offer smoother movement clips? Like panning of the camera, or the subject's movement. 2. If I view the 1280x720 video on my 1920x1080 screen, would I be looking at a big black bands around the video, or would the...
By: tomboy (5 months ago)
Posted to: Nikon FX SLR (DF, D1-D5, D600-D800) Talk
Is the lack of an anti-aliasing filter any good in astrophotography? For instance, when you use D800 or D800E, which one is going to give the best result for astrophotography (and I'm not a pixelpeeper) --www.rutgerbus.nlPhotographic MomentsA photon only stops "existing" when it is captured by your sensor.
The D800 let me experiment with video. Unlike the early days of Camcorder which I would tape a birthday party or piano recital, digital footages can be edited and manipulated with Adobe Premiere. I believe that the editing is what makes the video. The camera is just a device to record the footage. A lot of the sophisticated photo elements are not quite necessary with video capturing. I am considering of getting a video capturing device instead of using the D800 because I found it hard to...
I understand a lot of people are raving about Hero's video quality. I just did some look up and found that the sensor on the Hero is a mere 1/3.2", which is substantially smaller than the 36x24mm in the D800. Can the Hero 4, with such smaller sensor, produce more superior video quality than the D800?
For the same price of D500, a D4 with 5000 clicks is a good choice for BIF or the D500 is better option?. I need the feature of 10fps (Both), D500 153 focus point and highlight priority vs 51pts, 21MP vs 16MP even less with 1.5x crop, DX Semi pro body new tech vs FX pro body older tech. What do you think? I currently own D300, DF and D800 (and 200-500mm lens for BIF) --'Photography is about feel of view, not field of view'I view, I feel, I...
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