When the Nikon D800 was first announced, there were some serious questions asked about Nikon's product strategy. Its predecessor, the 12-megapixel D700, was a fast-shooting full-frame body, so more than a few eyebrows were raised at the D800's remarkable 36.3-megapixel sensor, which seems to focus on sheer resolution at the expense of speed.
As the test scores began rolling in, however, it became clear that Nikon's gambit paid off—for a certain kind of photographer, at least.
|Viewfinder Coverage||97 %|
|Viewfinder Magnification||0.7 x|
|Display Size||3.2 in.|