And the US price doesn't include tax, which the UK price does.And bear in mind, that historically, uk prices drop sharply in the months following launch, us ones don't
There will be so many possibilities soon - a "mix and match" type situation.I shot pitchside and transmitted direct to National papers, was thinking you were more meaning for like that and paparazzi stuff
The D700 is a lovely camera as is the D300 ….. both worth keeping and using …………but it will be nice to have a D810 alongside especially for nature shotsHmm, still not seeing anything that makes me want to upgrade from the D700. I'll wait this one out and see what comes next.
Richard, looks like the answer is yesLooks to me like a very handy upgrade of what is an already excellent camera
Question for Nikonites that I can't find a specific answer to: will the D810 shoot 15mp Raws in DX format at 7fps with battery grip? If so, then it will truly be two cameras in one.
but if you do not have a D800E is the D810 worth waiting for?Like most others, I see no real need to go exchanging my D800E for this. There's a few nice upgrades, particularly the one stop in ISO performance, and the improvements for shooting using Live view. But nothing that makes me want to jump on it any time soon.