7.4 out of 10 based on 1158 reviews

Nikon D810

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Best Price: $2,700

  • User Score (1096)
    9.6 9.6 from 1096 reviewers
  • Expert Score (24)
    9.2 9.2 from 24 reviewers
  • Ease of use (2)
    6.4 6.4 from 2 reviewers
  • Picture quality (2)
    7.7 7.7 from 2 reviewers
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  • Expert Reviews

  1. PhotoReview

    30 October 2014

    Positioned at the top of Nikon’s ‘pro-sumer’ line-up, the D810 offers many of the functions provided in the fully-professional Nikon D4s in a slightly smaller, lighter and less expensive body. Read more

  • User Reviews

  1. PriceSpy

    Reviewer: User_se1144170, PriceSpy
    7 March 2017

    Already has a D750 that I love. Still has it. Chose to buy a D810 for two main reasons, more megapixels 36 and no low-pass filter. Pictures are super nice and clear. Very sharp. I'm not saying that the D750 does not takes pictures as well, but with the D810 becomes even sharper when they skipped the... Read more

  2. PriceSpy

    Reviewer: User_se1144664, PriceSpy
    11 March 2017

    Drive yourself Canon but wanted to try, and most were good but it was too tough for me when to find focus as it goes, but not as Canon, I have compared it with a Canon 450, 450 is faster and Type 14 year old also my other chambers 7d 7dmk2 5mk2 5mk3 5mk4 and some others with otherwise very good... Read more

  3. PriceSpy

    Reviewer: User_se1020928, PriceSpy
    17 July 2014

    Very good image quality and much more comfortable grip than the D800. It is also relatively quiet, much quieter than the D800 and even the DX models D7100 and D7000 which I upgraded from. Hard to find anything to complain about except the lack of PASM wheel and GPS and WiFI not built. Read more

  4. Once familiar with features its a dream to use.

    JB Hi-Fi
    Reviewer: Baggins58, JB Hi-Fi
    15 August 2018

    Purchased two years ago and love it. Files are very large on RAW Fine but wow, post processing you have extreme depth to play with. Bringing back dark shots back to life even beats the Hasselblad medium format. Read more

  5. Great camera, with a budget lens

    Reviewer: Cory, Camerasdirect
    7 June 2015

    This kit is one that I would recommend to those looking to upgrade to a full-frame body as well as replace some of their crop sensor glass. Often times those who are making the jump to full-frame find that they need to replace some of their existing glass that is designed for use with APS-C or 'crop... Read more

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