Shot exclusively on the Nikon D4S. Corey Rich profiles what dedication means to three top professionals who epitomize passion for photography. “A great picture is one that tells that story, is technically sound, and that no one else has.” — Robert Beck. Continue reading
Nikon’s new high end 36.3Mp full frame D810 can capture those big, beautiful images at up to 5fps. The improved native ISO range dips below 100, down to ISO 64, and the top end of the native range is now a stop higher at 12800.
While the D800E minimized the effect of the optical low pass filter for the sharpest images possible, the D810 removes it entirely, yet the moire pattern interference is even better with the D810. Continue reading
We compare the Nikon D810 to the Canon 5D Mark III!
FEATURES OF Nikon D810
36.3MP FX-Format CMOS Sеnѕоr wіthоut аn Optical Lоw Pаѕѕ Filter
Nіkоn’ѕ highest resolution sensor іѕ hоuѕеd in thе D810, аnd by оmіttіng thе Optical Lоw Pаѕѕ Fіltеr, thе ѕеnѕоr provides ѕuреrіоr ѕhаrрnеѕѕ аnd dеtаіl. Thе ѕеnѕоr bоаѕtѕ fаѕt сhаnnеl rеаdоut, wіdе dynamic range, rісh tоnеѕ аnd іmрrоvеd imaging аt high ѕеnѕіtіvіtіеѕ. Continue reading
Sports Illustrated photographer, Robert Beck shares his view about the Nikon D4S’s ability to track fast-moving subjects over long distances.
‘I didn’t think there was a system that could pick up something you couldn’t see, and in a millisecond, lock on, get it in focus and then track it through the air.’ – Robert Beck
Nikon D4S’s Group Area AF tracks fast-moving subjects over long distances with phenomenal precision. Continue reading
Since its launch in January 2012, the Nikon D4 has been the camera of choice for many professional photographers who need the ultimate in speed, Nikon low-light shooting capability and AF performance. It’s also built to survive heavy use in the type of conditions that news reporters find themselves in on a regular basis. Continue reading
One of the issues I had with the Nikon D4 was how it tracked subjects. It sometime had a tendency to back focus or miss focus from where I wanted it thought it should be.
With the introduction of the Nikon D4s, Nikon brought out a mode called Group Area AF. This mode is supposed to help you when shooting in continuous focus to keep the focus from shifting away from the subject. Continue reading
The Nikon D800 and D800E were two of the most important cameras of the last decade. Nikon has replaced both with the new D810. Is Nikon’s latest enough to ensure that it’s the camera of choice for photographers craving high resolution images without penalties in AF and low light? TCSTV’s Chris Niccolls and Jordan Drake head out to the Calgary Stampede to find out! Continue reading
Nikon D810 vs Canon EOS 5D M3! A comparison of the Nikon D810 vs the Canon 5D MIII, looking at specs including megapixels, ISO Range, continuous shooting, Max shutter speed, Flash sync speed, Viewfinder coverage, Full 1080p HD video, CF/SD memory, and price.
Superseding the Nikon D800/E the Nikon D810 is the new pro Full-Frame FX-format DSLR camera that offers a 36.3 Megapixel sensor (without an optical low-pass filter), full 1080p video at 60fps capability, Flat color style, Auto ISO, Zebra Stripes, uncompressed HDMI output and a 51 point auto-focus system. Continue reading
The final video in our D800 vs 5D Mark III series has us testing the video abilities of these fantastic full frame cameras.
Chad Tweten of Welcome to the West joins Jordan Drake and Chris Niccolls of The Camera Store to put these camera through their cinematic paces.
See how they fare recording a music video for the Robot Workers and check out some detailed tests. Continue reading