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Nikon Showcase D800 DSLR Video Capabilities with Photographer Sandro

2012-02-08 03:30
9116 reviews
#33in japan
Nikon and Photographer Sandro Miller have teamed-up to showcase the new D800's video capabilities. Joy Ride is a short film shot with the D800 in a variety of lighting conditions, including a motorcycle sequence where the D800 was strapped to the bike. There's also a behind-the-scenes video which goes into a little more depth about how the impressive Nikon D800 was used.

Director: Sandro
Editor: Alaster Jordan / Whitehouse
Music: Yessian
Production: Cap Gun



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Nikon D800 Camera Reviews Roundup


PhotographyLife - Apr 21 2013
"While the Nikon D4 is the proper tool for sports and wildlife photography due to its faster speed and extreme ISO capabilities, many photographers are also looking at the Nikon D800 for sports and wildlife photography. First, the high-resolution sensor could give some "reach" opportunities with plenty of options to crop in-camera (DX mode) or in p..." More »
100out of 100
LetsGoDigital - Apr 02 2013
"The Nikon D800 is ready to use in no time. The camera is activated within 0.12 seconds, and the shutter lag has been reduced to about 0.042 seconds. At that speed, the D800 competes with its big brother, the D4. Nevertheless, the D800 is not an action photography camera. With the possibility of capturing a maximum of 4 images per second, this Full Frame cam..." More »
90out of 100
NeoCamera - Jan 29 2013
"The Nikon D800 has been grabbing headlines and accolades since it was launched. Its class-leading 36 MP resolution delivers 50% more resolution than ever seen from a DSLR, opening up the potential for huge and highly detailed prints. Its CMOS sensor delivers very low image-noise with nearly noise-free results until ISO 1600 at full-resolution. Even tho..." More »
100out of 100
Digital Camera Review - Jan 25 2013
"Still image quality was stellar. Our test shots showed excellent dynamic range with and without D-Lighting, which can be set at different levels to help retain shadow and highlight detail. Exposure was pretty much spot on and colors were naturally rendered but well-saturated. I tested the camera with the Nikon 18-36mm, 24-70mm, 70-200mm and 24-120mm lenses...." More »
90out of 100

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Nikon D800 Camera Recent User Reviews

One Of Best Cameras Ever - Unless You Are That Guy Who Hates Nikon, Suzy Tanner - Jul 05 2014
The D800 does almost everything a photographer could want in a DSLR --fast focus, good color, almost idiot proof menus (you know that one guy who always complains in comments? It's not him proof), and well placed ergonomics, great shutter and mirror lockup that's oil proof. I have been using the D800 for years. I have loaned it out to friends who have canons, some who say they hate...


Super Pro Camera, Carter H "1amazonreviewer@gmail . com" - Jul 03 2014
The Nikon D800;s 51 AF points is amazing, the focusing is so much faster on this camera. The 3D tracking or the AF continuous,is astounding technology. The uncompressed RAW files hover around, 75MBs and the lossless compressed are about 35MB which makes file management a tad more user friendly. The image quality and detail does require a bit more attention, slower shutter speeds wi...


Super Camera For Pros And... Then There Is Me, Carter H "1amazonreviewer@gmail . com" - Jul 03 2014
The Nikon D800;s 51 AF points is amazing, the focusing is so much faster on this camera. The 3D tracking or the AF continuous,is astounding technology. The uncompressed RAW files hover around, 75MBs and the lossless compressed are about 35MB which makes file management a tad more user friendly. The image quality and detail does require a bit more attention, slower shutter speeds wi...


The best quality photos this amateur has ever taken... makes me look and feel like a professional., A.N. Ruffin-Smith - Jun 28 2014
Great detail in the pictures. Especially if you have a steady hand, take lots of quick shots, or use a tripod....


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