The Nikon D810 features a new FX-format format 36.3MP sensor without the Optical Low-pass Filter (OLPF). The absence of the OLPF promises enhanced images and video quality with more details.
The DSLR also flaunts an ultra-wide native ISO range of ISO 64 to 12800, which can be extended to ISO 32 – 51200. Nikon D810 is also capable of shooting precise shots even when the subject is in motion. All thanks to its 51-point AF system and capability to shoot continuous images at 5fps frame rate. If one wishes to capture images at an increased frame rate, they can snap at 7fps frame rate. This, however, scales the image resolution to 15.3MP and captures the images in DX crop mode.
As for the movies, the camera can shoot Full-HD videos at the maximum frame rate of 60 fps. The Full-HD movies shot at 60fps can be also played back as a 2.5x Slo-Mo videos smoothly at 24fps.