Nikon has today announced the successor to the Nikon D800, dubbed the Nikon D810, it comes with the same 36.3 megapixel resolution as the D800, but with a different sensor to the original camera.

The camera also forgets about about the optical low-pass filter, which means light coming into the camera won’t be diffused in order to create sharper results.

The camera also features the same Expeed 4 processing engine as in the Nikon D45, along with the same 51-point autofocus system as the D45, allowing for full autofocus control at faster speeds.

At full resolution the camera has a burst mode speed of 5fps, which increases to 6fps at a 1.2x crop, and 7fps at a 1.5x crop.

The camera also features a dust and weather-sealed magnesium alloy body, and it also features 0.7x magnification with a 100% feild-of-view optical viewfinder, and a 3.2 inch 1229k dot WRGB LCD screen.

There’s also a reformed grip on the camera, with new top-panel quick access buttons and a new i button on the back for quick menu display.

The Nikon D810 will be available from July 17th in the UK, priced at £2700 for the body only.

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