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Nikon d810 users..chime in.

James ­ Crockett
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Aug 28, 2017 17:15 |  #1

How well do you like your d810? What's pros and cons of this camera? Dxomark has this camera rated higher than the 5dmark iv and 5dsr, also cheaper than both of them. I'd highly appreciate any input you could give me. Thanks.

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Oct 19, 2017 21:22 |  #2

Awesome. Used D810's are super affordable were talking half off the original going price. Even the D6xx, D750, D8xx series their all really good.

The build quality is really nice and just a really awesome camera, I would not hesitate and get a used D810 and start shooting now!

I see 5D Mark III's going for the same range as D810's. Just seems like a no brainer unless you have TONS of other glass and don't want to sell and change mounts.

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Oct 20, 2017 06:04 |  #3

A real solid camera!

I came from using a Hasselblad 500cm film camera 25 years ago to not using anything and then four years ago bought my first digital camera in a Nikon D300 crop body camera. I felt the D300 is awesome and it is, but this D810 takes things up several notches.

I'm not a fast shooter but am more slow and methodical doing portraits and landscape type shots. Yesterday, I got to see some of my images on a Nec Pa271 monitor and the resolution is awesome on the D810. The ability to crop in is very nice and the dynamic range lets you manipulate your images a lot when needed.

I'm very pleased with the D810 and it's present price point is appealing.If the budget is available the D850 has even more improvements.

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