@birdman - for some reason there's a site called wikipedia, and most of the answers You can find there. in very short:
2) if there's an HDMI input than You can use it - though I doubt there is
3) normally, check the HDMI specification
BTW: Your mod is back on forum, so no more trolling and posting ads :)
I'm at a loss for words. I haven't trolled and posted ads. How would I even begin to do this? I am on a unsecured wireless connection, but posting ads? Trolling? Show me where I did this, please?
Now, regarding your overly rude comment about Wikipedia, I really appreciate the advice Einstein. I know the specs on D800 probably better than you do. What I am not sure of is the advantage of "uncompressed video output". To me, that sounds like he effective resolution of the video could be much greater given the MP count of the D800. Since you love wikipedia so much, The Predator, here is a chart straight from that site on ultra high resolution video, Einstein.
Extra high-definition video modes
Frame size in pixels(WxH) Number of pixels
2K 2,048×1,536 3,145,728
2160p 3,840×2,160 8,294,400
4K 4,096×3,072 12,582,912
2540p 4,520×2,540 11,480,800
4320p 7,680×4,320 33,177,600