The D810 at a glance
Bracket and flash
The positions of the exposure bracketing and flash buttons are reversed compared with other cameras in the group.
Preview and Fn
The depth of field preview and function buttons are closer together than in the D7200, D750 and D810.
The mode button works in conjunction with the main command dial to access PASM shooting modes. No scene modes are featured.
As on most pro-level Nikons, a conventional shooting mode dial is absent, and is replaced by a button array. This gives access to white balance, quality, metering modes and ISO.
Drive mode dial
As with the D610 and D750, the drive mode dial includes a ‘Quiet continuous’ setting.
Handy for long-exposure shooting, there’s a built-in viewfinder shutter with operating lever. This is absent on all other cameras in the group.
Sync and remote
A rubber flap next to the bracket and flash buttons conceals the sync terminal and 10-pin remote socket.
Unlike in the D7200 and D750, the top-panel LCD aims to give as much shooting information as possible, with smaller character and icon sizes.
Another control button that’s only featured on the D810 in this group of cameras is the dedicated AF-On button for activating autofocus.