It’s been rumored that Nikon is close to releasing a new high-end DSLR called the D800, and now we may have got our first glimpse of the beast. If rumors are to be believed on Nikon Rumors website then probably launch of a Nikon D800 DSLR is in 2011.
No-one has heard anything more about a possible Nikon D800 DSLR launch, so chances of an announcement are being widely marked down. D800 specs seem to be conflating nicely. The camera is reportedly packing goodies like a massive 36 megapixel sensor capable of 7360 × 4912 resolution, slots for CompactFlash and SD memory cards, USB 3.0 connectivity and over three-inches of display on back and an ISO range of 100 to 6,400 that’s pushable to 25,600. Nikon D800 DSLR will feature 1080p (30/25/24) and 720p (60/30/25/24) video recording, a slightly larger display. Of course, this type of primo kit won’t come cheap — if it all proves true you can expect to slap down roughly $3,900 (¥300,000) to make one yours.
I do not know how reliable are these rumors but it is expected to make the scene in Japan on November 24th in 2011 and will bring at least a very performing FX body from Nikon.
Source – Nikon Rumors