At 50.6MP, Canon’s EOS 5DS and 5DS R are the highest resolution full-frame cameras. So how do they compare with Nikon’s flagship D810?
Nikon now has three full-frame DSLRs on the market – but which is the best one for you? We take a look at the key specs and differences between these three cameras in our Nikon D750 vs Nikon D810 vs Nikon D610 comparison.
Nikon D810 review: this Nikon D800 replacement offers a new sensor and Nikon claims it boasts the best image quality in the company’s history. We put it to the test.
Is the Nikon D810 the camera that the D800/E should have been, and how does it shape up against the Canon 5D Mark III? Find out in our latest Nikon vs Canon comparison.
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Few were expecting Nikon to launch the D810. The first question many asked upon hearing the news (after asking about the Nikon D810’s price tag, of course) was ‘what could be improved’. In this Nikon D810 vs D800 comparison, Rod Lawton, editor of the Nikon magazine N-Photo, explains what’s new and what’s not in Nikon’s latest full-frame DSLR.
In her Nikon D810 hands-on review our head of testing explores some of the new features on this Nikon D800 replacement.
Nikon has officially unveiled the 36.3-megapixel Nikon D810 – price tag £2699.99 (€3299) body only – which Nikon says offers “the highest image quality in Nikon’s history.” The release date for this Nikon D800 replacement will be 17 July 2014. Chief among the Nikon D810’s key features is a newly developed 36.3-megapixel FX CMOS sensor,… Continue reading