Sunday, May 13, 2012

Nikon D800 for beautiful professional photos with most pixel

Nikon brings fresh air into the professional DSLR league. Legendary 36 megapixels, the sensor triggers of D800, more than twice as much as its predecessor. This is not only brings a tremendous focus, but also results in a slight noise at high ISO speeds. At the interior we have absolutely nothing to complain about.

Nikon D800 review

Radical in the Nikon D800 raises the resolution: 36 megapixels provides the full-frame image sensor (FX format). In comparison, the same chip surface dissolves that still available only twelve megapixel D700 predecessor. And even the most direct competitor, and brand new Canon EOS 5D Mark II offers "only" 22 megapixels.

Superior image quality

What does the record-resolution? In any case, never seen increasing potential. This is noticeable if you have a photo on the screen only in the preview and then look at the 100-percent view. So deep you never came into it in a photo. Even a small image area you can still use a section of high quality.

In terms of measured data: The maximum resolution is 2,150 line pairs per picture height at ISO 100 or about 400 line pairs more than the Canon EOS 5D Mark II. But up to ISO 3200, the maximum resolution has adapted both cameras. Cut at the edge in image areas with low contrast and fine detail from both cameras perfectly. Looking at the photos from the laboratory and practice striking, then, that the images of the D800 does not show significantly more detail than the Canon.

Nikon D800 image

The oft-cited rule of thumb "leads to more noise, more resolution," also applies to the D800 - especially in direct comparison with the EOS 5D Mark II. In the full view of the screen you see in the D800 ISO 3200 photos from a slight color noise. The Canon is a similar noise intensity at the earliest from 6400. For the A3 expression you can use with the D800, however, much higher sensitivities. Let there be no misunderstanding: this critique of the noise performance will take place at the highest level, the bottom line is the D800 in this discipline before many other DSLRs. However, it seems reasonable in view of our results that Nikon is limited to the regular ISO range at 6,400, and even with no more than ISO Boost allows 25,600. By comparison, the 5D Mark II ISO 104 200 allows the D4 own house even ISO 204 800.

review Nikon D800

Reproduces the colors D800 emphasizes neutral. This leads to a very good Delta E reading of 9.0, but blues and greens are a little dull, especially in direct comparison with the EOS 5D Mark II. The image dynamics errreicht its maximum at ISO 100 with ten stops and falls slightly with each higher ISO level.

By the way: This is not tested by us special D800E model dispenses with the low-pass filter in front of the image sensor. This should bring even an ounce more sharpness, but leads to an increased risk of moiré effects.

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