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Ilse Jurriën : December 7th 2011 - 12:10 CET
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NikonNikon D800 digital SLR camera : We have to wait just one more month for the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2012) in the United States to begin. Like last year, this event will be used by electronics companies to introduce their new products. Slowly but surely more and more information comes available on possible new digital cameras. Nikon is expected to introduce the successor to the Nikon D700 digital SLR camera. The 12 megapixel Nikon D700 is already available since mid-2008, time to melt all collected user experiences into a new SLR camera. Its successor, the Nikon D800 is expected to become Nikon's highest resolution SLR camera, with 36 megapixels.

Nikon D800

Nikon D800 SLR camera
Although the Nikon D800 specifications are not yet officially confirmed, we can already make a considerable list of functions which will probably be seen onto the new Nikon D800. The Nikon D800 SLR camera will be smaller and lighter than its predecessor, although the display on the rear-side will be bigger. The Nikon D800 is likely to incorporate an improved auto focus mechanism with face detection, although the 51 focus points will be the same as the D700.

Nikon D800 video
Besides shooting vivid pictures, the Nikon D800 DSLR camera will also be able to record Full HD 1080p videos with a frame rate of 30 fps, resulting in stunning high resolution videos. It is said that the video quality of the Nikon D800 is better than that of the advanced Nikon D3s. Furthermore, the Nikon D800 is expected to incorporate two memory card slots to support both CompactFlash and Secure Digital memory cards.

Nikon D800

Nikon D800 price
Of course wide speculation also occurs on the Nikon D800 price, we expect this SLR camera to retail for about the same price as the Nikon D700 was put to market, which means the camera will cost about $4.000 / €3.000. Besides the Nikon D800 SLR camera, Nikon will probably also release some new lenses. We´ll keep you posted as soon as we have received the official Nikon D800 press release !

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