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Nikon D810 £2350, $2800

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Much pricier than the D750,

the D810’s killer fea­ture is its ul­tra-high-res 36.3-megapixel

im­age sen­sor. It’s phys­i­cally much big­ger and heav­ier than the D750, and is classed as

a pro­fes­sional rather than a con­sumer

body, with rugged build qual­ity to match. Cou­pled with

top-grade lenses, the D810 is able to re­solve more fine

de­tail and greater tex­ture than any other Nikon cam­era. It’s there­fore a pop­u­lar choice

for land­scape and ar­chi­tec­ture

pho­tog­ra­phers. The su­per-high megapixel count

isn’t quite un­bri­dled great news, though. The main

trade-off is that, com­pared with the D610 and D750, pho­to­sites

on the sen­sor are rel­a­tively small. The up­shot

is that im­age noise is rather more no­tice­able in low-light

im­ages cap­tured at high ISO set­tings. An­other fac­tor is that

the huge im­age files can fill up mem­o­rycards faster

than you would think cred­i­ble!

Favoured for land­scape,

ar­chi­tec­tural and macro pho­tog­ra­phy,

the high-res D810 reigns supreme for

cap­tur­ing masses of fine de­tail and


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