Nikon D810 (no lens included)
36-megapixel full-frame sensor digital SLR camera body
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The Nikon D810 gives you maximum creative control with manual settings.
When you want to take an excellent photograph, clarity is everything. The Nikon D810 features a newly designed full-frame image sensor and powerful EXPEED 4 image-processing engine to deliver exceptional results. This 36-megapixel image sensor is the same size as a frame of 35mm film — much larger than the sensors in most digital cameras. That extra surface area means superior light gathering, dramatically lower noise levels, and extraordinary resolution.
The camera's wide ISO (sensitivity) range — from 64 to 12,800 — gives you the flexibility to shoot high-quality images in just about any lighting conditions. Fast, adjustable autofocus helps you latch onto your subject quickly before you snap the shutter.
Speed is the name of the game with the D810. When you want to freeze a subject in motion, you have complete control over shutter speed, down to 1/8000 of a second. Not only can you grab that frozen image, but you can fire off up to 5 frames per second to get an important series of shots — think of that surge across the finish line in a race. With the D810, you won't have to miss one dramatic instant.
The D810 has handy automated functions that can take care of focusing and other difficult tasks. As you become more familiar with the camera, you may want to indulge your artistic side by using creative lighting, intentionally blurring the backgrounds in your portraits, and other techniques. That's where manual control comes in. The D810 has an extensive menu system that gives you total control over every aspect of your camera's operation, putting you in charge of the all-important details. Nikon also offers a world-renowned array of high-quality interchangeable lenses that add to your options.
You don't have to be an expert photographer to use an SLR they all offer easy automatic shooting. Because of their build quality and the physics of good glass and large sensors, even their built-in automatic settings will get you better pictures than most point-and-shoots or mobile devices. But experienced photographers and budding hobbyists can get more creative by manually adjusting settings like aperture and shutter speed. SLRs let you expand your shooting options with additional lenses and flashes to suit just about any situation. If you'd like to record the occasional video, look for a model with high-def movie mode.
Love this camera. I am not a novice by any means and pulling the camera out of the box was a treat to behold however, this camera is far more complex than the standard Canon DSLR I am used to. I went from Canon 7d to this monster of a beauty and admit I could not adapt it to my specifications without the use of the manual and that is a first for me. Usually I am just full speed ahead mateys and forget the guide. But the studying of this incredible camera made it all worth while and the pictures are truly stunning from the simplest to the high ISO samplings I have rendered also. Its a beautifully crafted piece of machinery and just pressing the shutter release is music to my ears as it quietly performs its magic with almost a slow motion cl-l-i--i--ck. Just beautiful. The photos do not lie. Brilliant colors and ultra sharpness with my f4 zoom. Its a keeper!!
Pros: Its pricey of course but you know that or you wouldnt be buying it. The construction of the camera is a joy to behold. Pictures are magnificent and you know (at least for a little while) you are holding one of the finest cameras made.
Cons: Out of the box tres difficile to simply get to my desired settings. The manual is infinite in its tiny grandeur and you will definitely need your Magnifying glasses to read the ultra fine print. A BIGGER manual next time Nikon!
Awesome camera with everything that a professional needs to take terrific photos. Pricey but well worth the money spent considering the build quality and resell value of Nikon cameras.
I've been using auto-focus Nikons since the late 1980's and this is by far the slowest focusing camera I've Ever had. I literally have to fight it for every shot! Positioning of stills/video switch is poorly though out. It's location is right at the spot where it is accidentally switched from stills to video and back, simply by hanging it on a neck strap. Quality of the imaging is among the best I've ever dealt with. On par with Nikon Df and superior to Nikon D3. Video is fantastic as well! This camera works well for portraits, scenery, outdoors action. Indoors, especially in darker halls, this camera's focusing is all but useless!
Pros: Image quality, ergonomics, user-friendly controls.
Cons: Useless focusing. Bad stills/video switch location.
Pros: Quality, design, features!!!!
Amazing sharpness and clarity in my images! Worth every penny!
I love my new camera!
Great resolution Easy to use
At one point or other, I have had D300s, D700, D800E, D3s, D4, D750 and now D810. The D4 was the best all-around camera for all occasions in my view if you don't mind the size. For low ISO, landscapes, and studio work, D800E and D810 both have better looking pictures than D3s/D4 - mostly due to higher dynamic range and somewhat due to higher resolution of the former. For indoor sports, D4 beats D810/D750. I also had D750, which was great but after trying out D810, I can say that I prefer D810 more. Much has been claimed of high ISO image quality of D750, which is good, but D810 has the same high ISO image quality if not a tad better (forget the DXO, especially so if you do a bit of de-noising in post-processing). Better ergonomics, very quiet shutter (D4/D3s were too loud!), no anti-aliasing filter (better raw data for post-processing), faster shutter, higher DX crop pixel count ("only" 10MP in D750) were the considerations for me to choose this and return D750. I don't need 36MP, but don't mind at all! It appears to me that I would be happy with D810 for a long time. Do I miss D750? Not at all. Do I miss D4? Sometimes (for faster frame rate and indoor sports type shooting). I am not a video shooter, so no comments there.
Pros: Better ergonomics, no anti-aliasing filter (better raw data for post-processing), faster shutter, brilliant picture quality, great data to post-process
Cons: Frame rate could be better; but then who will buy D4s?
I just received the camera a little while ago, so I haven't w3orked with it too much yet, but from the work I have done so far, this camera is TOPS! Handling, resolution, autofocusing speed, low light performance. and overall build quality are terrific. As far as I am concerned, this is the camera to own!
Pros: Best in every way.
Cons: None that I see.
I was the happy owner of a D800 for several years before purchasing the D810. And while I loved my D800, as it was my general purpose camera, I had the same issues with it that I had read in other reviews - relatively slow autofocus, and a less than stellar performance at high ISOs. After struggling thru photographing my granddaughter's 1st birthday - which was indoors and poorly lit - I decided it was time to see if what they said about the D810 was true. I am pleased to give a qualified YES, at least so far. Autofocus is noticeably quicker, and quicker in very low light. And while I never shot above an ISO of 3200 with my D800 - I found with the D810 I could get very acceptable shots with an ISO of 6400, and surprised myself by pushing it all the way to 12,800 - still very acceptable after routine noise reduction using Lightroom. Also - it is significantly quieter than the D800 - and that's without using the Quiet mode. Nikon indeed found a way to make a great camera even better.
Pros: Superior autofocus and low light performance.
Cons: None so far. BTW - I gave it a 3 out of 5 for "coolness factor" - which may not be fair to this excellent camera - but I am interpreting "coolness" to mean "gimmicky" - and this is a serious professional camera.
This is by far the best Nikon Dslr I've used. Better than the D4, D600, D7100, D7000, D90, D80, D50. The available light photos are stunning. The group area auto focus feature really helped focusing in dim lighting. The only major draw back so far is in flash photography. The auto w/b with my SB-600 flash is terrible.
Pros: No Photoshop needed for outdoor and available light pictures
Cons: D810's w/b is terrible with my Nikon SB-600 flash, especially with reduced flash output.
Be very careful of the memory cards you use. Not every memory card works with this camera. For example (16gb 266X Kingsdon cards will not work). This camera will use DX lenses, but it is a FX camera. If you buy this camera thinking you can use all those old Nikon lenses on a FX camera, you better do more reading on DX and FX lenses.
Pros: Works great so far
Cons: Just a few issues with memory cards and 3rd party lenses.
This camera is everything the D800/E should have been. This is probably the best DSLR I have owned. This camera adds on many of the features introduced with the D800 and D800E and improves on many more. Some of the improvements include a much better auto focus system and better metering. The frames per second has also increased for a better chance of grabbing great action shots. The rear screen and viewfinder have also improved. I can't believe how sharp the rear screen is. The new shutter mechanism is quieter, but more importantly it is dampened which means less vibration is transferred to the camera resulting in sharper pictures. There is also an electronic front curtain which will work under certain shooting modes that will virtually eliminate any shutter vibration whatsoever. I was impressed with the results my D800E gave me and I am blown away by the quality from the D810.
Pros: Resolution, auto focus, metering and great skin tones
Cons: None I can think of, except you may spend more on lenses and accessories to make sure you give this body nothing but the best it deserves!!
|LCD Screen Size||3.2"|
|Lens 35mm Equivalent||N/A|
CompactFlash Type I
|Effective Megapixel Count||36.3|
|Image Stabilization||With optional lens|
|Highest Resolution||7360 x 4912|
|HD Video Recording||1920 x 1080/60p|
|Weight With Battery (ounces)||31.1|
|Parts Warranty||1 Year|
|Labor Warranty||1 Year|
Overview: The D810 is Nikon's newest full-featured digital SLR, built for today's multimedia photographer. Like its predecessor, the D800, it can produce stunning still images and broadcast quality video. The package includes the camera body with a rechargeable Lithium Ion battery pack and battery charger. The camera has the Nikon F bayonet mount, and is compatible with Nikon AF NIKKOR lenses, including Type G, E, and D lenses, as well as DX lenses. No lenses are included with this "body only" kit.
Image Sensor: The D810 is equipped with the Nikon FX-format, 35.9 x 24.0mm CMOS image sensor with an incredible 37.09 million total pixels (and 36.3 million effective pixels). The Nikon FX format enables photographers to take advantage of the familiar perspective characteristics of 35mm film photography. You can choose to shoot in the FX format (36 x 24), or switch to 1.2x (30 x 20), 5:4 (30 x 24) or DX format (24 x 16).
Dust Reduction System: The camera has an integrated ultrasonic Self-cleaning Sensor Unit, which employs four different resonance frequencies to vibrate the optical low-pass filter and shake dust away from the sensor. Image sensor cleaning can be set to operate automatically when the camera is turned off or on, or can be operated from the camera's menu. In addition, there is an Image Dust Off option in the optional Capture NX-D software to remove dust particles from recorded images.
Magnesium Alloy Body: The D810 features rugged, durable and lightweight magnesium alloy for the body, exterior cover, chassis, and mirror box, to achieve better durability and lighter weight. The body undergoes rigorous testing for weather and dust proofing to assure reliable performance on the road and in the studio.
EXPEED 4 Image Processor: Nikon's EXPEED 4 image processor is the most advanced yet. It is 30% faster than the EXPEED 3, with 25% faster frame rates, a wider ISO range, and is optimized for 1080/60p video. It allows the camera to be much more energy efficient, squeezing out 1200 shots per charge, compared to 900 with the D800 using the same battery.
Still Image Size/Quality: The D810 records still images in JPEG, TIFF (RGB), and NEF* (RAW) formats. It can also record in both NEF (RAW) + JPEG formats simultaneously. JPEG images can set to fine (1:4 compression), normal (1:8), or basic (1:16) image quality. Depending upon the selected format (image area), you can choose from the following image sizes:
|Format (Image Area)||Large||Medium||Small|
|FX (36 x 24)||7360 x 4912||5520 x 3680||3680 x 2456|
|1.2x (30 x 20)||6144 x 4080||4608 x 3056||3072 x 2040|
|DX (24 x 16)||4800 x 3200||3600 x 2400||2400 x 1600|
|5:4 (30 x 24)||6144 x 4912||4608 x 3680||3072 x 2456|
* RAW data from the image sensor is saved directly to the memory card in Nikon Electronic Format (NEF). Once transferred to a computer, NEF (RAW) images can only be viewed using compatible software such as the supplied ViewNX 2 software.
Movies: The camera can record movies in MOV format with MPEG-4/H.264 advanced video coding and Linear PCM audio. Audio is recorded using the built-in monaural microphone, or an external stereo microphone. Image quality can be set to High or Normal. The available movie options include:
|Frame Size||Frame Rate||Maximum Bit Rate||Maximum Length|
|1920 x 1080||60p, 50p||High Quality: 42 Mbps||High Quality: 10 min|
|Normal Quality: 24 Mbps||Normal Quality: 20 min|
|30p, 25p, or 24p||High Quality: 24 Mbps||High Quality: 20 min|
|Normal Quality: 12 Mbps||Normal Quality: 29 min 59 sec|
|1280 x 720||60p, 50p||High Quality: 24 Mbps||High Quality: 20 min|
|Normal Quality: 12 Mbps||Normal Quality: 29 min 59 sec|
Dual Recording Media: The D810 has dual media slots that can accommodate Compact Flash and SD Memory cards. Images are recorded onto Type I CompactFlash memory cards (UDMA compliant) or SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards up to 256 GB. The camera supports UHS-1 cards. Class 6 or higher write speeds are recommended for movie recording. No memory card is supplied with the camera.
Memory Buffer: The camera is equipped with a memory buffer for temporary storage, allowing shooting to continue while photographs are being saved to the memory card. Up to 100 photographs can be taken in succession.
LCD Monitor: The Nikon D810 features 3.2-inch, 1,228,800-dot (VGA), color TFT LCD monitor with a 170° wide viewing angle and 100% frame coverage. The monitor has adjustable brightness control using an ambient brightness sensor. The D810 features a Live View that lets you use the monitor in place of the camera's viewfinder to confirm your subject and composition while shooting.
Optical Viewfinder: In addition to the LCD monitor, the D810 has an eye-level pentaprism single-lens reflex viewfinder with approximately 100% frame coverage in FX format (97% in other formats). It has a diopter adjustment knob so you can set the viewfinder to your personal eyesight (with or without eyeglasses). The bright and sharp viewfinder makes focusing in low-light situations possible. The viewfinder offers approximately 0.7x magnification (50mm f/1.4 lens at infinity). The viewfinder also has a built-in eyepiece shutter to prevent light from entering the viewfinder when shooting self portraits on a tripod. The viewfinder uses a Type-B BriteView Clear Matte Mark VIII screen with superimposed AF brackets and on-demand grid lines for clear and accurate focusing of your subject.
Electronic Virtual Horizon: The innovative Virtual Horizon provides instant, accurate confirmation of the D810's position relative to horizontal level. When using Live View, you can choose to display the virtual horizon on the LCD, a feature ideal for landscape and architecture photography. You can also level the D810 while looking through the viewfinder using the convenient analog scale.
51-Point Autofocus System: The D810 is equipped with Nikon Multi-CAM 3500FX autofocus sensor module, which features up to 51 focus points. The system selects the focus point that best applies to the subject, demonstrating an outstanding level of precision, even when shooting in constantly changing conditions. All 51 focus points, including the array of 15 cross-type sensors located in the center, maximize the potential of lenses with maximum apertures of f/8.
AF-Area Modes: The D810 offers a choice of four focus area modes that together cover a wide area of the frame. The AF-area mode determines how the focus area is selected and what happens if the subject moves out of the selected focus area while the camera is still focusing. You can choose one of the following AF-area modes:
Focus Modes: You can choose from the following focus modes:
Predictive Focus Tracking: In continuous-servo AF, the camera will initiate predictive focus tracking if the subject moves toward or away from the camera while the shutter-release button is pressed halfway or the AF-ON button is pressed. This allows the camera to track focus while attempting to predict where the subject will be when the shutter is released.
Focus Lock: Focus Lock can be used to change the composition after focusing, making it possible to focus on a subject that will not be in a focus area in the final composition.
Electronic Range Finder: If the connected lens has a maximum aperture of f/5.6 or faster, the camera's Electronic Range Finder can be used to confirm whether or not your subject in the selected focus point is in focus (the focus point can be selected from any of the 51 focus points).
AF Assist Illuminator: The built-in AF assist illuminator enables the camera to focus even when the subject is poorly lit. The illuminator has a range of approximately 1'-8" to 9'-10".
Release Modes: The release mode determines how the camera takes photographs. You can choose from the following shooting modes:
Interval Timer Photography: The D810 is equipped to take photographs automatically at preset intervals. Shooting will begin about 3 seconds after the interval is set or you can set a start time. You can also select the number of shots taken per interval. The images can be replayed at rates from 24 times to 36,000 times faster than normal. The images can be saved as a movie file (in 16:9 aspect ratio).
Exposure Modes: The Exposure Modes determine how the camera sets shutter speed and aperture when adjusting exposure. You can choose from the following Exposure Modes.
Long Time-Exposures: When Bulb shooting is selected, the shutter will remain open while the shutter-release button is held down. Bulb shooting is used for long time-exposure photographs of moving lights, the stars, night scenery, or fireworks (an optional tripod and optional remote cord are recommended to prevent blur). Time shooting is similar, with the shutter opening when the shutter-release button is pressed and released (on the camera or an optional remote cord), and remaining open until the button is pressed a second time. Bulb and Time shooting can only be performed in the Manual exposure mode.
AE/AF Lock: If your subject is off-centered in the frame, it can become difficult to achieve proper exposure and focus. By engaging the AE/AF Lock feature, you can focus and meter on your subject, lock the exposure and focus by pressing the shutter release button halfway, then recompose your shot before taking the picture. You can choose from the following AE/AF Lock settings: AE/AF Lock, AE Lock only, AF Lock only, AE Lock Hold, AE Lock Reset, and AF On.
Exposure Compensation: You can alter the exposure from the value suggested by the camera, making pictures brighter or darker. You can adjust the exposure from -5.0 to +5.0 EV in steps of 1/3, 1/2, or 1 EV.
Metering: The D810 utilizes through-the-lens (TTL) metering using the camera's 91,000-pixel RGB sensor. You can choose one of the following metering methods:
Multiple Exposure: This feature records a series of two to ten exposures in a single photograph. Multiple exposures can be recorded at any image quality setting, and produce results with colors noticeably better than photographs combined in an imaging application because they make use of RAW data from the camera image sensor.
White Balance: White balance is used to preserve natural colors under different types of lighting. You can choose one of the following white balance options: Auto (Normal, Keep Warm Lighting Colors), Incandescent, Fluorescent (Sodium-vapor lamps, Warm-white, White, Cool-white, Day White, Daylight, High temperature mercury-vapor lamps), Direct Sunlight, Flash, Cloudy, or Shade. You can also choose a color temperature from a list of values (2500K-10000K), or manually set the white balance using the subject, light source, or existing photograph in the memory card as reference. The White Balance Fine Tuning feature allows you to compensate for variations in the color of the light source or to introduce a deliberate color cast into an image by adjusting the amber, blue, green and magenta color settings.
Bracketing: Bracketing automatically varies exposure, flash level, Active D-Lighting (ADL), or white balance slightly with each shot, "bracketing" the current value. You can set the increment to 1/3, 2/3, or 1 EV, and the number of shots to 2, 3, 5, 7, or 9. In exposure, flash level, and ADL bracketing, multiple shots are required to complete the "bracket" as the camera will vary the settings with each shot. With white balance bracketing, the camera creates multiple copies of each photograph, each with a different white balance. Bracketing can be combined with continuous shooting or the self timer modes.
ISO Sensitivity: ISO Sensitivity is the digital equivalent of film speed. You can set the ISO Sensitivity to Auto or Manual. You can manually select settings of ISO 100 to ISO 12800 in steps of 1/3 EV. For special occasions, expanded settings of Lo-1 (equivalent to ISO 50), Hi-1 (16,000) and Hi-2 (51,200) are available. When using Auto ISO, you can set a maximum value of 200, 400, 800, 1600, or 3200, as needed.
Noise Reduction: Photos taken at high ISO sensitivities can be processed to reduce noise. The amount of noise reduction performed can be set to High, Normal, or Low.
Preset Picture Controls: The camera offers seven preset Nikon Picture Controls. You can choose a Picture Control according to the subject or type of scene:
Picture Control Settings: The Preset Picture Controls listed above can be modified to suit a particular scene or your creative content. The following manual adjustments can be made:
Color Space: The color space determines the gamut of colors available for color reproduction. You can select either sRGB for photos that will be printed or used "as is" with no further modification, or Adobe RGB for images that will be extensively processed or retouched after leaving the camera. The supplied ViewNX 2 software and the optional Nikon Capture NX-D software automatically select the correct color space when opening photographs taken with the D810. Results cannot be guaranteed with third-party software.
Active D-Lighting: Active D-Lighting preserves details in highlights and shadows, creating photographs with natural contrast. Active D-Lighting offers the following application strength levels: Auto, Low, Normal, High, Extra High and Off.
Built-In Speedlight: The D810 has a pop-up flash that provides coverage for the angle of view of a 24mm to 300mm lenses (or 16mm lens in DX format). The following flash modes are supported:
Flash Control: The camera supports two flash control modes:
Flash Compensation: Flash compensation is used to alter flash output from -3 EV to +1EV in increments of 1/3 EV to change the brightness of the main subject relative to the background. Flash output can be increased to make the main subject appear brighter or reduced to prevent unwanted highlights or reflections.
FV Lock: This feature is used to lock the flash output, allowing photographs to be recomposed without changing the flash level and ensuring that the flash output is appropriate to the subject even when the subject is not positioned in the center of the frame. The Flash output is adjusted automatically for any changes in ISO sensitivity and aperture.
Speedlights: The Nikon D810 supports the Nikon Creative Lighting System (CLS), and can be used with CLS-compatible flash units. Optional flash units, such as the SB-R200, SB-300, SB-400, SB-600, SB-700, SB-800, SB-900, and SB-910, can be attached directly to the camera accessory shoe.
UT-1 Communication Unit: The UT-1 Communication Unit lets you connect the camera to an Ethernet network. Once connected, you can upload photos and movies to a computer or ftp server, control the camera remotely using optional Camera Control Pro 2 software, or browse pictures or control the camera remotely from an iPhone or web computer browser. Requires a USB cable to connect the UT-1 to the camera and an Ethernet cable to connect the UT-1 to an Ethernet network.
WT-5 Wireless Transmitter: You can access wireless networks by attaching the WT-5 to the UT-1 Communication Unit.
ME-1 Stereo Microphone: The ME-1 can record stereo sound while shooting movies. Audio recorded with the ME-1 play back in stereo when the camera is connected to a TV via an HDMI cable.
GP-1/GP-1a GPS Unit: The Nikon GP-1/GP-1a are optional GPS units designed for use with Nikon digital cameras, including the D810. When connected, the GP-1/GP-1a allows the current latitude, longitude, altitude, and local time to be recorded with each photograph taken.
Auto Image Rotation: Photographs taken while Auto Image Rotation is set to "On" contain information on camera orientation, and allow the images to be rotated automatically during playback, or when viewed using the supplied ViewNX 2 or optional CaptureNX 2 software.
Playback Menu: The playback menu contains the following options:
Single-Image Playback: During single-image playback, you can view all the pictures stored on the memory card one at a time.
Thumbnail Playback: This feature allows you to view four (2x2), nine (3x3), or 72 (9 x 8) images at once on the LCD monitor so that you can search for an image quickly.
Playback Zoom: During single-image and thumbnail playback, you can zoom in on the selected image. You can zoom in up to 46x for large images, up to 34x for medium images, and up to 22x for small images. Once the image is enlarged, you can move it around on the LCD monitor using the multi selector.
Retouch Menu: The Retouched Menu allows you to create trimmed, resized or retouched copies of the photographs you have taken on the memory card. The Retouch Menu gives you the following editing options: D-Lighting, Red-eye correction, Trim, Monochrome, Filter effects, Color balance, Image overlay, NEF (RAW) processing, Resize, Quick Retouch, Straighten, Distortion control, Fisheye, Color Outline, Color Sketch, Perspective control, Miniature effect, Selective color, Edit movie, and Side-by-side comparison.
Image Comment: The camera allows you to input up to 36 characters of alphanumeric text and save it to a recorded image. The comment can be viewed in CaptureNX 2 (software available separately) or the supplied ViewNX 2 software.
PictBridge Printing Capability: Using the supplied USB cable, you can connect this camera directly to a PictBridge compliant printer. PictBridge is a standard that allows you to connect a PictBridge compliant camera directly to a PictBridge compliant printer and make prints, regardless of brand.
HDTV Playback: The camera features a mini-HDMI (Type C) output for connecting the camera to an HDTV or other high-definition video device. The output resolution to Auto, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, or 1080p. The camera does not have a composite video output.
Battery: The D810 is powered by the EN-EL15 Lithium-ion battery (7.0V/1900mAh/14Wh). A fully-charged EN-EL15 can provide enough power for approximately 1200 shots. The battery charges in approximately 2 hours and 35 minutes using the supplied MH-25a battery charger.
Optional AC Adapter: You can power the camera for extended periods on ordinary household current with the EP-5B power connector and EH-5B AC adapter.
Multi-Power Battery Pack: The MB-D12 Multi-Power Battery Pack attaches to the bottom of the camera body, and can accept a rechargeable EN-EL18 or EN-EL15 battery, or eight AA alkaline, Ni-MH, or Lithium batteries. The MB-D12 also has a shutter-release button, AF-ON button, Multi-selector, and Main- and Sub-command dials for easier operation when shooting photographs in portrait (tall) orientation.
SuperSpeed USB 3.0: The Nikon D810 utilizes a SuperSpeed USB 3.0 connection for connecting the camera to a computer. The UC-E22 cable is supplied with the camera, with a Type A USB connection on one end (computer) and a USB 3.0 Micro-B connector on the other (camera) end.
ViewNX 2: The supplied ViewNX 2 CD-ROM contains a Nikon Transfer 2 function for transferring pictures from the camera to the computer, where ViewNX 2 can be used to view and print selected images or to edit photographs and movies. ViewNX 2 is compatible with computers with the following Operating Systems:
Capture NX-D: Nikon's optional Capture NX-D software can be used to retouch photos or to change settings for NEF (RAW) pictures and save them to other formats. It also offers an Image Dust Off feature that removes image artifacts caused by dust inside the camera. Capture NX-D is available via download from a link in the ViewNX 2 installer.
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