Excerpt: I've been using the D800E for landscapes, portraits, and street photography. Superb in all aspects, especially sharpness, resolution, and low light shooting. A bit lagging in ergonomics. But new firmware is great improvement, allowing ISO to be remapped to Record button. Still, having just purchased the camera, I wish I'd known about the D810 release. Would have waited.
Excerpt: Covered the first wedding with my D800E this weekend and it was the perfect tool-- efficient and ergonomically designed. The results were fantastic when combined with my 24-70 mm f2.8 and downloaded into my Mac Pro. Hardly used my SB910.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD, Quiet
Excerpt: I just purchased my 4th Nikon D800E (not all from B&H) because the images from this camera are that outstanding. I use all 4 cameras, because I prefer to keep one lens permanently attached to a body. I shoot fashion and beauty, in the studio and on-location. A year ago I was shooting with 2 Nikon D4's. I was on the fence about whether to get the D800E because of the file size. The first time I tried it, I knew I would be selling my D4's.
Pros: Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, Large Clear LCD
Excerpt: I primarily use my 800E for landscape photography, and the image captures that I have been getting far exceed what I was ever able to record with several medium format film cameras that I have used. In comparison with my 4 X 5 view camera, it is actually a pretty close call. The 800E is simply an astonishing machine that I have been extremely pleased with. To date, after exposing thousands of images, I have yet to be disappointed or encounter any problems.
Pros: Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, Large Clear LCD
Excerpt: As a semi pro, I found that this is my very best camera ever. It is heavy, for sure in the near future we will walking around with a mirroless camera (I have a Fuji x100s also the best) but still we will be using a lot cameras as good as the noon D800e is for landscapes an special activities, when you have time and not to worry about how heavy your gear is.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality
Excerpt: Wow! I love the file size. I bought the camera with the extra grip , this time the VELO. The other 2 D800's have the NIKON grip. The Velo seems to be just fine. Thanks to the included software, I was able to open the RAW files. At first I used Lightroom which also works. I have been buying NIKON the SP rangefinder models and switched over to SLR to cover the Carter Ford Campaign. I am a avid NIKON fan.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, Large Clear LCD
Summary: Before this, I owned the D600. I thought the D600 was one of the best cameras ever created, and that it was even better than the D800's. Boy, was I wrong. This camera has taken my landscape photography to the next level. This camera, combined with the 14-24mm lens, brings an unprecedented level of sophistication to my photos. The amount of detail and color captured on top of what the D600 has to offer is just stunning. I highly recommend this camera.
Excerpt: I am a part-time photography hobbyist. Meaning that I work a full-time day job and snap pics when I get a chance. Prior to the D800E, I thought my trusted D7100 was it for the little that I do. Then one day, a friend asked me to photograph his wedding. While the D7100 did a yeoman's job, the pictures lack some 'umm mph' in my view. Then I started reading a round and decided it was time to step up to a Full-Frame camera.
Pros: Cheap Lens Look Better, Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Flexible Editing Options, High ISO Performance, Hi Quality Pictures
Cons: Different Card Types Used, Poor Macbook Direct Sync