This week, Nikon announced the brand new D810. It’s the update to the D800. Although it’s not a major update, what they did change make the D810 a more capable camera for outdoor photography. It has a newly designed 36.3 MP FX format full frame sensor, and like the D800E, it has no optical low pass filter, which means it gives maximum resolution. They also incorporated the new EXPEED4 image processor, which should improve image quality even more.
In addition, Nikon increased the frame rate. Full resolution is now 5 fps, 6fps in 5:4 crop mode, 6 fps in 1:2 crop mode and 7 fps in DX crop mode. Other advancements include a 91,000-pixel 3D Matrix Meter III and increased video capture capabilities.