High, wide and handsome, the D810 has a butch build and rules the digital camera roost for image resolution
£2700, $3300 (body only)
eighing almost a full kilogram, the D810 feels more of a heavyweight contender than either the D610 or Df. Its bigger chassis features a magnesium alloy body, with a control layout that’s more typical of Nikon’s professional class cameras. For example, there’s no shooting mode dial, just a Mode button that’s used in conjunction with the main command dial for switching between PASM options, while buttons replace the circular mode dial that’s common in consumer-class cameras, giving access to various shooting controls.
Overall, the way the camera handles and enables you to adjust important settings feels faster and more intuitive than on the Df. This is certainly true
if you’re more used to modern D-SLRs than old film cameras.
Unlike the minor upgrades from the D600 to D610, the D810 shows a significant performance boost over the D800. The 36.3-megapixel sensor and EXPEED 4 image processor are both new, the autofocus module has been fine-tuned for greater
The high resolution enables extra-large format printing and creative cropping