They couldn’t resist. Nikon Corporation just upped the megapixel game with the largest megapixel count in any 35mm camera available right now with the D800 and D800E. The primary number you’d be interested is 36.3 MP from the brand-new Nikon FX-format CMOS sensor. It’s matched to a 91K-pixel RGB sensor for advanced autofocus and auto-exposure calculations, along with better White Balance recognition. Though it only shoots six fps max, it more than makes up with the incredible pixel count. For sports photography, you can opt for the D4. This shooter is for wedding photographers, architecture shooters and those who prefer to shoot in the studio. The D800E is the same as the D800, only with an optical filter with all the anti-aliasing properties removed, for sharper pictures. $3,000+.
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