Excerpt: I received my refurbished D800 from Adorama in like new condition. Shutter actuation count was incredibly low at 352 actuations. All accessories, manuals and related items were brand new. What a fantastic deal and wonderful way to purchase an essentially brand new camera at a significant savings.
Pros: Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance, Quiet
Summary: I buy it becouse I am strting to make professionals photo. The price some expensive, if it have half size raw file will be better. This kamera is nice for portret and landscape photo.I use it for portret photo and my portrets was very nice and naturally.
Excerpt: This camera is AMAZING! Why did I wait so long to upgrade from my D7000? I was skeptical of the ISO performance before I purchased it, and I am very happy to report that this camera is absolutely incredible at high ISO!
Pros: Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance
Stunning Images and Less Expensive than the Competition
9 July 2014
Summary: This is the best DSLR I've ever used. I feel like I'm shooting medium format. The image quality is remarkable. Of course I'm using the best glass nikon has available so this makes a difference!
Pros: Breathtaking images and a classic form factor
Excerpt: I use this camera for everyday professional usage and to capture images for my own personal use as well. I am a professional photograph and love this camera. It works great in low light environments as well as studio and outdoor usage.
Pros: Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD, Quiet
Excerpt: This is my first professional-level camera. I moved up from the Nikon D-7000 which is a superb camera in its own right. The difference in quality of photos is very obvious from the first time you press the shutter release button.
Pros: Picture quality is phenomenal! Countless features. Super fast focus. The ability to set up multiple settings for various types of photography such as studio, landscape, HDR, night photography, etc.
Cons: Camera slows down if saving multiple files to multiple memory cards (Fine JPEG+RAW to both memory cards), but considering the amount of information, it's understandable and only a minor issue. If I plan on taking lots of pics at a sporting event in CH mode, I'll set it to save only RAW to one car...
Summary: I have been shooting with Canon 5D Mark II since it came out. Prior to that I was using Canon 5D. So I have a long history of using full-frame cameras in the opposite camp. Sure the 5D series had limitations, but so what, the images they took rivaled medium format film (not digital).