Any astrophotographers out there might be pleased by Nikon’s latest announcement of the D810A DSLR camera, designed to shoot the stars, Nikon sats that the D810A offers “the best image quality in the history of Nikon digital SLR cameras”.

To do this the D810 has a 38.2 million pixel Nikon FX-format CMOS sensor with a no low-pass filter.

This also comes alongside the latest Expeed 4 image processing engine.

To make it great for shooting pictures of the stars, the camera can also reproduce video reds that emit H-alpha light, and thanks to the optical filter the camera is capable of four times greater transmission of H-alpha light when compared to the D810.

There’s also a long-exposure manual mode that can manage a massive 900 seconds and comes alongside a live view preview function that provides a preview at a shutter speed of 30 seconds.

The Nikon D810A will launch at the end of may, available body-only for £3,000.

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Source: Nikon

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