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Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you the Nikon D800

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Those are the first pictures of the upcoming Nikon D800 DSLR camera. The specs so far are exactly the same as reported previously (there are some new updates in this list):

  • Smaller and lighter than D700
  • Resolution: 7360x4912 (36MP)
  • CF+SD memory card slots
  • Slightly larger display
  • Excellent video quality, better than D3s
  • Video modes: 1080p/30/25/24 and 720p/60/30/25/24
  • AF identical to D3/D700
  • I still do not have a date for the official announcement

Picture of the back of the Nikon D800 after the break:

In case the servers melt, go to NikonRumors.net.

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  • http://www.ottoschulzephotographers.com/blog otto schulze

    i will buy two D800’s the moment the launch! no questions ask. will sell my D3X immediately and i sincerely hope the rumor of no AA-filter is true. i love it’s absence on my M9 and the Phase One’s. and if the high iso performance is just as good as the D3X i would be perfectly happy. don’t need more high iso (and i shoot the D3s a lot as well) but would love more detail and color depth. if this D800 rumor is true i cannot wait!!!

  • Bill

    Looks like another faked photoshop composite. I’ll beilieve it when I see it on the Nikon website.

  • Pikemann Urge

    Looks like another faked photoshop composite.

    As opposed to a genuine Photoshop composite? (Sorry mate, I couldn’t resist).

    Anyway, I never really was interested in whether or not the image was composited. It’s the camera that I am interested in. :-)

  • http://www.hannesuys.com Hannes Uys

    I just WISH that the ISO capability is the same as the D3s. Otherwise I will opt for the D4.

  • Jc

    Read the following and you will understand the why NIKON hasn’t released the D800 .

    4th Notice on the damage from the flood in Thailand
    December 1, 2011

    This is to advise you of the latest situations of Nikon (Thailand) Co., Ltd., a consolidated manufacturing subsidiary of Nikon Corporation in the Rojana Industrial Park in Ayutthaya Province located in Central Thailand, which is suffering damages from the flood.

    Latest situations
    Water pumping-out by the Rojana Industrial Park authority around Nikon (Thailand) Co., Ltd. has completed on November 26. Following this development, we are putting all our energy into restoring infrastructure and production equipment of the factory aiming for some part of factory operation to resume from January 2012. Alternative and limited production at our partner factories in Thailand has started earlier than expected, and we have started shipment of certain digital SLR cameras and interchangeable lenses since November 30.

    Estimated impact to our business performance
    The impact of the flood to our business performance for the financial period ending March 31, 2012 is estimated, within the scope of our current findings and understanding, to push down net sales by 65 billion yen and operational income by 25 billion yen due to sales opportunity loss. While this estimation remains unchanged from our announcement on November 4, we assure you to immediately advise new findings once it is judged there will be an important change for it. We are continuing our minute investigation on the damage to the buildings and production equipment/tools from the flood.

    We have set up support and recovery system under the Emergency Headquarters for Disaster Control headed by the president and continuing our endeavor for recovery and normalization of production as early as possible. Our plan to resume production of digital SLRs and interchangeable lenses to the normal level of volume by the end of March 2012 remains unchanged.

    We deeply apologize you for any inconvenience cause by the disaster such as short supply of our products.

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