Nikon’s D800 DSLR Camera Review And 2013 Deals Released By Find My Price

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In-Depth review and deals for Nikon’s D800 DSLR announced via http://www.FindMyPrice.net e-commerce provider and division of Ironclad Integrity Ltd.

Find My Price e-commerce provider announced on Tuesday that Nikon’s D800 professional DSLR will be tested and reviewed within the following days. As usual, the review will be accompanied by a list of deals and offers which are currently available on the Internet, but interested customers will be directed towards the online retailer that has the best price.

Reviewers at http://www.FindMyPrice.net have made a clear distinction between point-and-shoot cameras and professional devices, so customers could distinguish between the two and choose the gadget that is more appropriate for them. Nikon’s D800 DSLR was definitely designed for professionals, who want to obtain great image quality irrespective of the circumstances they may be in.

The design of the camera is the first element suggesting that Nikon D800 is not a toy. The device is rather big, having 5.7 x 4.8 x 3.2 inches and weighing 31.7 ounces. D800 becomes even bigger and heavier, depending on the type of lens that the photographer chooses. Either way, pictures will come out bright and clear due to the 36.3 megapixel CMOS sensor.

According to analysts at Find My Price, D800 has a wide ISO range and, most importantly, the higher levels do not pose any problems to photographers. The images that were snapped after the ISO level was set to 6400 (the highest range) have been just as clear as the ones taken with middle levels. Some noise may be visible around corners, but the overall aspect was a lot better than with other cameras. The videos registered in 1080p full HD mode impressed reviewers with their clarity. Moving subjects maintained their shape and no ghostly or blurred scenes appeared in the images.

The main conclusion that reviewers at Find My Price reached after tests was that Nikon D800 is a great camera for professional photographers, who don’t plan on immortalizing fast moving subjects. The camera may be a little too slow for sport activities, for instance, as it only takes 4 frames per second in normal conditions and 6 frames per second with AA batteries.

Nikon D800 is now available on Amazon at a very good deal, the DSLR camera is sold for $2,796.95, an accessible price compared to other offers on the Internet. Analysts at Find My Price can guarantee that the offer presented on their website is the best as reports were published after a thorough market analysis.

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