Nikon announces D800 and D800E

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helovi
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Posted Mon Jul 16, 2012 2:51PM
I will tray out all of your advices and something must help for sure! Thks to both of you!
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Posted Sun Aug 12, 2012 10:01PM
Posted By hatman12:
Wow.  I feel sorry for all those Nikon users who paid up to $8,000 for the D3X.


Why? I don't. I have over 100,000 downloads of images taken with a D3x in the last three years. 


Should I have waited three years to save $5000 on a camera that can't even properly focus my lenses?
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Posted Sun Sep 16, 2012 8:26AM
Buying the flagship Nikon body is never a mistake for fulltime-pros who can afford it. 
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Posted Fri Sep 21, 2012 7:10AM
Has anybody any experiences with shooting video with D800? What program do you use to prepaire it for the Stock? Is there any manual about developing and editing? I did not find any on internet. 
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Posted Fri Sep 21, 2012 3:42PM
Posted By CEFutcher:

Posted By hatman12:
Wow.  I feel sorry for all those Nikon users who paid up to $8,000 for the D3X.



Why? I don't. I have over 100,000 downloads of images taken with a D3x in the last three years. 


Should I have waited three years to save $5000 on a camera that can't even properly focus my lenses?

I haven't experienced any focusing issues with my D800. It's a great camera. 
gmutlu
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Posted Fri Sep 21, 2012 3:45PM
Posted By helovi:
Has anybody any experiences with shooting video with D800? What program do you use to prepaire it for the Stock? Is there any manual about developing and editing? I did not find any on internet. 

Color and sharpness is great. Don't think twice to buy a D800. There are so many editing softwares in the market. You may want to try and select the most convinient sw for yourself.
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Posted Sun Sep 30, 2012 10:22PM
I just hope they release a new firmware soon that fix greenish LCD. I think Canon 5D mk3 looks more accurate than D800.
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