Excerpt: The Nikon D800E digital SLR is identical to the Nikon D800 , except it's designed to remove the effects of the optical low-pass filter (OLPF) for slightly sharper images than normal. That puts it at risk of producing moiré patterns, false colors, and other aliasing artifacts.
Pros: Solid build, Excellent controls, positioned well, 51-point AF, Extremely high resolution, Excellent image quality, Excellent dynamic range, Surprising high ISO performance, DX crop mode produces 15.4-megapixel images, Automatic CA reduction, Optional Vignette and Distortion correction (for most D...
Cons: Problem of moiré with certain image elements at frequencies that approximate the sensor grid, Camera may capture too much detail for some, Resolution makes focus, lens quality and technique more critical, File sizes are extremely large (though there are options to reduce them at reduced quality),...
Excerpt: The Nikon D800E will surely make a big wave, not only because of its massive image capture figure of 36.3 megapixels, making it Nikon’s highest res camera and possibly the industry’s highest figure for a full frame DSLR.
Conclusion: Perhaps I am merely pointing out the obvious, but the biggest difference between the D800 and D800E is actually the price. In the US, the D800E is $3300, 10% more expensive than the plain D800 at $3000. Otherwise, the differences between the two are, at best, small.
Conclusion: No, it’s not perfect. The grip will be found to be too small for some, and the frame rates too slow for others. But other than that, and a few quibbles which I’ve pointed out above, this is a truly excellent camera. When used casually with ordinary glass it will satisfy just about anyone.
Summary: The Nikon D700 has been a hot seller ever since it was introduced back in the summer of 2008. It had a great sensor, a robust but relatively lightweight body and a comprehensive feature set, and was sold at a price that many thought was reasonable for all the goodness it offered.
Excerpt: De Nikon D800 heeft met 36 megapixels 3 keer zo veel pixels als de Nikon D700 en bijna anderhalf keer zo veel pixels als de - qua megapixels - dichtstbijzijnde camera's van de concurrentie die er in mei 2012 op de markt zijn (zoals de Canon 5D MK3 of Sony A77 ).
Excerpt: Franchement, on peut renvoyer à notre point de vue sur le D800 pour un jugement global. Le reste de l'analyse est à aborder du point de vue du rapport prix - apport de la suppression du filtre passe bas : je prix (et non le jeu...
Pros: Qualité d'image, Construction finition
Cons: Le surcoût de la suppression du filtre passe-bas