The D800 is the most exciting piece of equipment to emerge from Nikon since 2008. A pull-out reference card gives quick access to the camera's functions. UK author Jon Sparks gives an in-depth guide to using this impressive camera, with hints and tips. The D800 is the biggest news to emerge from Nikon since 2008, when they introduced their last all-new full-frame DSLR, the D700. The D800 is a complementary or alternative to Nikon's own new professional camera, the D4, but at half the price.
The D800 packs in more resolution than any other full-frame DSLR by a huge margin, with more than twice as many pixels as the D4. Built for today's multimedia photographer, the D800 has a powerful 36.3mp. The camera's extremely high image quality comes from a body that weighs less than any other Nikon full-frame digital camera, making it ideal for landscape, commercial and studio photography, but with the flexibility to appeal to enthusiastic amateurs who can justify its price tag.
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Jon Sparks is an award-winning photographer and writer specialising in landscape and outdoor photography. He has travelled and photographed in Pakistan, New Zealand, Australia, Canada and Morocco as well as most European countries and supplies images to the global libraries Corbis and Alamy as well as selling images directly through his own library. He lives in Lancashire.