What are cross type sensors?
A cross-type sensor is an AF sensor with intersecting line sensors. This allows for greater measurement accuracy as line sensors that detect along one direction are overlapped on the same point with line sensors that detect along the “opposite” direction.
What size sensor does the Nikon D800 have?
35.9 x 24.0 mm
Nikon Digital SLR Camera D800/D800E Specifications
|Effective pixels||36.3 million|
|Image sensor||35.9 x 24.0 mm CMOS sensor (Nikon FX format)|
|Total pixels||36.8 million|
Is 9 focus points enough?
Some cameras have only 9 autofocus points while others have well over 1000. Is that something that will make a big difference in how you take photos? As it turns out, the number of autofocus points you need is probably less than you’d think. In reality, you only need one autofocus point for your camera to get focus.
Is Nikon D800 a DSLR?
Nikon’s highest resolution DSLR to date, the D800/E more than doubles the pixel count of the flagship D4.
What kind of sensor does the Nikon D800 have?
Nikon D800 Sensor and Photography Features. Nikon D800 has a 36.0MP Full frame (35.9 x 24 mm ) sized CMOS sensor and features Expeed 3 processor. You can shoot at maximum resolution of 7360 x 4912 pixels with aspect ratios of 5:4 and 3:2.
How many megapixels is the D800 full frame?
The D800 is built around an all-new full-frame (39.5mm x 24mm) FX CMOS sensor. With its effective resolution of 36.3MP, maximum output at the default 3:2 aspect is a whopping 7360 x 4912 pixels. Not only does this enable you to make huge prints with staggering amounts of detail, but it also allows you to crop your images quite aggressively.
Should I buy the Nikon D800 or D4 for video shooting?
The D4 is Nikon’s most advanced video-enabled DSLR. And the D800 offers almost exactly the same video specification in a smaller, lighter, and significantly less expensive body, making it potentially much more attractive as either a primary or ‘B’ video camera on a low-budget shoot.
What’s the difference between the Nikon D800 and 5D Mark III?
Under the hood of course is where the most notable difference lies. The D800’s 36.3MP sensor surpasses the pixel count of the 22.3MP 5D Mark III, as well as every other 35mm-format DSLR currently on the market. The D800 also offers a useful DX (APS-C) crop mode which captures 15.3MP stills.