A cinema camera just showed it can outclass full-frame SLRs from Canon and Nikon that have sensors nearly twice as large.
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Few photographers will buy the $4,000 lens, but many will covet its performance, judging by new tests by LensRentals and DxO Labs.
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An unsurprisingly great camera that's worth every penny of its higher price for its target market of professional nonsports photographers, the Nikon D800 should definitely please those who've been waiting patiently to replace their older Nikon equipment.
The new high-end SLR sets a top overall score in DxO Labs' image sensor tests, beating even medium-format cameras. But how will the Canon 5D Mark III compare?
Sturdy and well-designed, the Nikon D800 retains the streamlined shooting of the D700 despite the increased complexity and sophistication of its features.
The D800 delivers great photos--with practically no noise up through ISO 800--a broad tonal range, and accurate color.
Want to buy the upcoming tricked-out Nikon D800 dSLR? Good luck finding one.