Our friends and office-mates over at Pop Photo just put up a sample image gallery of shots taken by the brand-new Nikon D800, and they are very impressed by its performance. The D800 replaces the D700, one step down from the very top-of-the-line (and absurdly expensive) D4, but it's got super impressive performance at high ISO and great overall image quality. Interestingly, it was the feel of the shutter that most wooed its testers, who called it "seriously satisfying" to use. Check out the gallery here.
Our friends over at Popular Photography got themselves a look at the new Nikon D800 DSLR, the followup to the well-liked D700 and the soon-to-be little brother to Nikon's newest Official Big Boy Camera (note: this is not an official term used by Nikon (though maybe it should be? Call us, Nikon)), the D4. The D800 is equipped with a whopping 36.3-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, a pumped-up image processor, and a 51-point autofocus system, but there's a new focus on video as well--this thing is head and shoulders beyond the D700 in the video department. Read more over at PopPhoto.