Nikon D800 prices in Malaysia

Get your hands on the HD-SLR that can capture images which are as good as those DLSRs that comes with a medium format camera: close to reality colors, impressive HDR, and an extremely noise level. The Nikon D800 is one of the very few DSLR camera’s that features all of that. Click here to know more about it!

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Nikon D800 Specs

Nikon D800 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
DateFeb 2012
Compatible memory cardsCF, SD, SDHC, SDXC
Memory slots1
Display diagonal8.13 cm (3.2")
Display resolution (numeric)921000 pixels
Field of view100%
Second display
Built-in microphone
Audio systemMono
Audio formats supportedLPCM
Ports & interfaces
USB version2.0
HDMI connector typeMini
Weight & dimensions
Width144.8 mm
Depth81.3 mm
Height121.9 mm
Weight900 g
Light exposure
ISO sensitivity100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, 12800, 25600, Auto
Light exposure modesAperture priority AE, Auto, Manual, Shutter priority AE
Light exposure correction±5EV (1/2; 1/3 EV step)
Light meteringCentre-weighted, Spot
ISO sensitivity (min)100
ISO sensitivity (max)25600
Light exposure controlProgram AE
Auto Exposure (AE) lock
Picture quality
Camera typeSLR Camera Body
Megapixel36.3 MP
Sensor typeCMOS
Maximum image resolution7360 x 4912 pixels
Still image resolution(s)5520 x 3680 \n3680 x 2456 \n6144 x 4080 \n4608 x 3056 \n3072 x 2040 \n6144 x 4912 \n4608 x 3680 \n3072 x 2456 \n4800 x 3200 \n3600 x 2400 \n2400 x 1600
Image stabilizer
Supported aspect ratios5:4
Total megapixels36.8 MP
Image sensor size (W x H)35.9 x 24 mm
Video recording
Maximum video resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
HD typeFull HD
Video resolutions1280 x 720,1920 x 1080 pixels
Motion JPEG frame rate60 fps
Resolution at capture speed1280×720@30fps,1280×720@60fps,1920x1080@24fps,1920x1080@30fps
Video formats supportedH.264,MOV,MPEG4
Focus adjustmentAuto
Auto focusing (AF) modesContinuous Auto Focus, Face detection, Single Auto Focus
Auto Focus (AF) points51
Auto Focus (AF) points selectionAuto
Auto Focus (AF) lock
Flash modesAuto, Red-eye reduction, Slow synchronization
External flash connector
Flash sync-speed1/250
Flash exposure compensation
White balanceAuto, Cloudy, Custom modes, Flash, Fluorescent, Incandescent, Shade
Scene modesLandscape, Portrait
Photo effectsBlack&White, Neutral, Vivid
Self-timer delay2,5,10,20 s
GPS (satellite)
Camera playbackHighlights, Movie, Single image, Slide show
Multi burst mode
Tripod mountable
Live view
Image editingResizing, Rotating, Trimming
On Screen Display (OSD) languagesARA, CHI (SIMPL), CHI (TR), CZE, Danish, German, Dutch, English, Spanish, Finnish, French, Italian, JPN, KOR, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Swedish, THA, TUR, UKR
Camera file systemDCF 2.0,DPOF 1.1,Exif 2.3
Diopter adjustment (D-D)-3 - 1
Eye relief1.7 cm
Power source typeBattery
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery life (CIPA standard)900 shots
Battery typeEN-EL15
Number of batteries supported1
Battery level indicator
Fastest camera shutter speed1/8000 s
Slowest camera shutter speed30 s
Camera shutter typeElectronic
Colour of productBlack

Nikon D800: Be Astounded with Every Photo and Be Dazzled with Every Video

The D800 produces photos with texture, detail, and nuance that have been an exclusive domain of complex medium format system. With the state of the art photography technology integrated into the Nikon D800, every bit of a spec, every strand of eyelash, shimmer of light, or line in a tree bark is well defined with even the finest detail. Your still images will surely have the depth that you never thought could exist. The combination of the pixel rich 36.6-megapixel resolution, together with the NIKKOR lenses, you can take outstanding photos which can be as large as a poster sized print or even bigger. The D800’s resolution is perfect for professional photographers who needs to produce billboard sized photos.

Full Cinematic Experience

Multimedia Professionals, Filmmakers, Events Videographer, or even Hobbyist will be equally good in creating professional looking videos. Users can make the videos look according to their vision of its cinematography with the aid of the D800’s manual mode, ISO, AF and shutter speed, and controlling aperture.

Precision in Every Pixel

The D800’s precise Auto-focus detection is very critical in rendering every pixel of its massive resolution. It comes with a 51-point AF system with a 15 cross type Auto-focus sensor, superb and snappy auto-focus detection technology even in a poorly lit environment, and pinpoint focus. It has a quick shot-to-shot timer which is up to 4 fps frame rate and 6 fps in DX crop mode. It can process the images in a split second and cuts the SD card write times up to split second.

Fluid Operation and Ergonomic Design

The D800 stands out for its intuitive design that makes operation a pleasant treat to behold. With its ergonomic body, critical photography and tedious video capture are easier to maneuver and operate. The settings and all other picture control configuration can easily be controlled with just a touch of a button.

Nikon D800 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2012-04-21
Exceptionally detailed images, Rich dynamic range, Excellent handlingMoiré patterns visible in some videos, Slower 4 fps shooting speed, Large image files
Once in a long while, something comes along which changes the conversation entirely. The Canon 5D Mark II was one such camera with its Full-HD video shooting ability. So was the Panasonic G1, the very first mirrorless system camera to be introduced. And s...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-24
Canon vs Nikon: which DSLR system is best? A question that has frustrated many of the world's greatest philosophers and may even have troubled the UN… Our in-depth comparison examines each system's cameras, lenses, key features and much more.Who makes the...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-26
Quite frankly, it's a bit surprising that more fuss isn't being made about the Nikon D800. With its 36.8 megapixels 35mm-sized sensor, it's the most significant thing to happen to ‘small format' D-SLRs for quite a while and, with this amount of resolution...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-01
Unheardof resolution, Outstanding images, even in low light, Dual CF/SD card slots, Sharp HD videoSlow burst shooting, Clunky user settings
Better stock up on memory cards. Plenty of Nikon D800 users, excited to start shooting with their new massive-megapixel behemoths, soon found themselves shopping for spare cards and big external hard drives to corral the equally massive files. If you like...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-28
The 36 megapixels Nikon D800 just got a full-review published. This is a high-end DSLR with a wealth of advanced features, including everything one expects of a professional camera. This DSLR produces the highest resolution images of any cam...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-24
Excellent image quality, Large files that allow for cropping, Broad dynamic range, Sophisticated feature set, Expanded video functionalityNo "small" RAW options, CF and SD card slots vs. dual CF slots, Moderate 4fps continuous shooting, Focus hunting in video AF
As expected, the D800 is well constructed and while not quite as rugged or weatherproof as the D4, it is sealed in enough places to keep it from failing when exposed to the elements. In many ways, the D800 is physically similar to the D700 with a little...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-14
Amazing resolutionWhat’s not to like? Share & EnjoyTweet Author: Laurie Excell Laurie spent the first 25 years of her career in photographic sales helping pros and hobbyists alike decide which photographic equipment best suited their needs. All the while, she was an avid photographer. In 2000 she left sales to become a full-time professional wildlife and nature photographer. She has been published in Outdoor Pho...
36.3-Megapixel, FX-Format, HD DSLR Delivers When Nikon announced the D800 with 36.3 megapixels, my first two thoughts were: “Cha-ching, there goes my wallet;” and “It can’t possibly be any good at ISO settings over 100, with so many megapixels crammed...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-11
Editor’s Note: While we ran a lab test on the Nikon D800 in the July issue of Shutterbug, we also wanted to put the camera in the hands of a shooter who could give us more of an “in the field” look into this impressive camera. Joe Farace stepped up t...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-28
As they did with the D4, Nikon moved the grip's upper lip down somewhat, allowing for greater separation between the shutter button, the front Sub-command dial, and the middle finger. The shutter button cants more toward the index finger, and the Sub-comm...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-01
Excellent JPEG & RAW quality as well as videos; 24fps recording at 710p & 1080p; Great build quality; Easily accessible buttons; USB 3.0 ports for fast photo transfers,Noise in pictures (at full resolution) & videos in lowlight conditions due to high megapixel sensor.
The D800 is Nikon’s most recent entry into the full-frame professional DSLR market, bringing major improvements over previous generations, making it one of the most standout cameras in the market.As I mentioned, the D800 is aimed at professionals and a...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-26
This is Nikon's second full-frame DSLR that's priced within reach of semi-pro and enthusiast photographers. The D700 had a tough time competing with the best Canon had to offer, but the contest between the D800 and its rivals looks set to be much closer. ...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-22
The Nikon D600, D800 and D4 are the same camera inside! © 2012 All rights reserved. This free website's biggest source of is when you use any of when you get anything, regardless of the country in which you live. Thank you! Ken...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-01
It's fair to say Nikon has improved the video performance on its DSLRs quite a bit since the launch of the D90—the first DSLR that could shoot video—four years ago. It's also fair to say the Nikon D800 is one of the best DSLRs for video Nikon has ever p...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-01
It's fair to say Nikon has improved the video performance on its DSLRs quite a bit since the launch of the D90—the first DSLR that could shoot video—four years ago. It's also fair to say the Nikon D800 is one of the best DSLRs for video Nikon has ever pro...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-30
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 ...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-30
When the Nikon D800 was first announced, there were some serious questions asked about Nikon's product strategy. Where the Nikon D700 was a fast-shooting full-frame body, the Nikon D800 and its remarkable 36.3-megapixel sensor were ridiculed for their foc...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-26
Tough workhorse-like body construction, highest resolution sensor in a DSLR to date provides incredible detail plus very reasonable future proofing, compatibility with a very wide range of Nikon lenses increases creative flexibility for HD video and stills...Pricey if you don’t require all those pixels, or are stepping up from a consumer DSLR, while big and bulky construction means it’s not the most convenient option
Our craving for more pixels is unrelenting. Answering that demand and making a statement is the 36-megapixel sensor of Nikon’s D800 digital SLR (DSLR). Such a resolution – the largest currently offered by a 35mm format DSLR – in theory allows massive p...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-15
Nikon D600 vs. D800 © 2012 All rights reserved. This free website's biggest source of is when you use any of when you get anything, regardless of the country in which you live. Thank you! Ken. September 2012 The bigges...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-16
A full-frame digital SLR is an object of desire for virtually every photographer. With prices now in the region of £2,500, they're a viable proposition for semi-professionals and keen amateurs as well as full-time professionals. The D800 is Nikon's second...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-16
We already have full reviews of the and with our standard review photos that you can pull off and compare. But here are a few more photos, taken with a Nikkor AF 50mm f/1.4, lens set at f/16 to help give more reference to diffraction and resolution. ...
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