Are you looking forward to the Nikon D810? For those unfamiliar, the Nikon D810 is the successor to the Nikon D800 that was launched a couple of years ago. According to the rumors, the Nikon D810 is expected to be announced on the 26th of June, meaning that we won’t have to wait too long to find out more about the device.
That being said, it looks like the specs of the D810 have leaked ahead of its announcement, thanks to UK website Expertreviews which published their review of the D810 ahead of schedule. The page has since been taken down, but for those interested in reading it you can check out the cached version for the details.
So, what does the Nikon D810 have in store for us? Well apparently the camera is expected to cost £2,700. This is the pricing for the UK since the website is based there, so for now we can’t be sure as to how much it will cost in the US. Moving on, the specs of the D810 includes a 36.3MP sensor, a 3.2-inch LCD screen with a split-screen mode, support for both CF and SDXC memory cards, and will be powered by the Nikon Expeed 4 image processing engine.
There will not be an optical low pass filter and will support an ISO range from 32-51,200 in extended mode, 64-12,800 in regular model. The camera will also feature an improved grip and redesign shutter with kevlar/carbon fibre-composite. This will supposedly help reduce shutter lag and will result in quieter operation. It also seems that there will not be support for 4K video, so if you wanted to use the D810 for 4K video capture, you’ll have to look elsewhere.
While it’s likely that the specs revealed by the UK website are accurate, we reckon you should still take it with a grain of salt for now, since Nikon has yet to make it official, but do check back with us later to see if there are any additional details that can be had.