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Cheapest Nikon D810 Body Only Price in Malaysia is RM 7,900.00

The Nikon D810 Body Only is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Nikon D810 Body Only price in Malaysia is RM 7,900.00 from Lazada. You can also choose between different Nikon D810 Body Only variants with Body Only starting from RM 7,900.00. Nikon D810 Body Only price details are updated August 2019.

Nikon D810 Body Only Price Guide

Price List by Country for Nikon D810 Body Only

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 34.683.000 RM 10,168.00
Malaysia MYR 7,900.00 RM 7,900.00
Philippines PHP 87,150.00 RM 6,959.00
Vietnam VND 45.890.000 RM 8,277.00

Nikon D810 Body Only Price in Malaysia by Variants

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Nikon D810 Body Only RM 7,900.00 Lazada

Nikon D810 Body Only Specs

Picture Quality
Camera Resolution 36MP
Sensor Size 35.9 x 24mm
Sensor Type CMOS
Screen Size 3.2"
Touchscreen No
Hinged No
Tiltable No
Swivel No
Off Mode No
Anti Smudge Coating No
Anti Scratch No
Live View Yes
Viewfinder Optical
Video Resolution Full HD
ISO Minimum 64
ISO Maximum 12800
ISO Auto Yes
White Balance Yes
Photography Features
Continuous Drive 5fps
Wi-Fi Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Optics & Focus
Number of Focus Points 51
Manual Focus Yes
Lens Mount F
Weight 980g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 146 x 123 x 82mm
Colour Black
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/8000s
Release Year 2014
packaging content
Camera Version Body Only

Reviews of Nikon D810 Body Only
Reviewed on 2014-09-20
Superb image quality and dynamic range, Great handling and control, Super-fast focusing
No 4K video, Missing a few extra features, Not a huge improvement over D800E
From a quick glance you could be forgiven for thinking the Nikon D810 is the older D800. They look extremely similar - they're large DSLRs, but not ones with the gigantic battery that makes cameras such as the Nikon D4S look like they've been chomping dow...
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Reviewed on 2018-11-19
Versatile performer, Great build quality
Expensive to buy
The Nikon D810 has a lot to live up to. It replaces two SLRs popular among enthusiast and pro photographers in recent times: the D800 and the D800E. These two cameras are identical apart from the fact that the D800E has a weaker anti- aliasing (AA) or opt...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-19
Last updated: May 26, 2017Within this category, you'll find some of the most capable cameras the industry has to offer. The Semi-Pro name doesn't indicate that they're below the consideration of professionals, though. Quite the opposite: it means that the...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-13
Within this category, which is made up of cameras costing $2000 or more (body-only, and based on MSRP in the US), you'll find some of the fiercest competitors the camera industry has to offer. This includes cameras with 50 or more megapixels geared perfec...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-12
go medium format for a reason: in addition to resolution, the extra light capture just yields better images. As long as you can give the D810 that extra light at ISO 64, you can get that medium format advantage on it as well. And like most Sony sensors, y...
Electronic 1st curtain limited to Mirror Up mode, making it awkward to use, Mirror and shutter vibrations require workarounds at certain shutter speeds, particularly in combination with VR on some lenses, Autofocus hunts in low light more than expected, a...
Two years after Nikon shook up the high-end DSLR market with the 36MP D800 and D800E , it consolidated the 800-series with the release of a new camera, the D810. The D810 replaced both previous 800-series models, and took the D800E's 'AA filter cancellati...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-01
Our technicians have tested no fewer than 130 lenses on Canon's 50.6Mp EOS 5DS R Digital SLR. With the results for both prime and zoom lenses covering a diverse range of focal lengths, we've got all the data you need for picking out the right lens. In Par...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-25
Within this category, which includes body-only cameras costing $2000 or more (based on MSRP in the US), you'll find some of the fiercest competitors the camera industry has to offer. This includes cameras with 50 or more megapixels geared perfectly for st...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-27
Last month, I took the Nikon D810 out on the Sierra High Route — one of the toughest adventures around. It got dirty, wet, and constantly banged around. Heres how it performed.AdvertisementThree years ago, my roommate bought a D800E. Ive always shot Can...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-21
The Nikon D810 is by virtually all regards an excellent full frame camera. It's 36MP full frame sensor is class-leading in terms of resolution overall image quality.The D810 is also quite the competent video camera, with plenty of new bells and whistles a...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-18
What happens when an unstoppable force hits an immovable object? That's a question that's plagued great minds since the dawn of philosophy. In the same vein, what happens when you try to improve perfection? Though that may seem like an oxymoron, Nikon has...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-14
Editor's Note : Shutterbug contributor Jack Neubart has been testing the new Nikon D810 pro digital. Here's his hands-on “first look” at the camera. His full review of the D810 will appear in an upcoming issue of Shutterbug magazine.) I became a Nikon...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-14
Editor's Note : Shutterbug contributor Jack Neubart has been testing the new Nikon D810 pro digital. Here's his hands-on “first look” at the camera. His full review of the D810 will appear in an upcoming issue of Shutterbug magazine.) I became a Nikon...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-04
Extreme sharpness due to lack of anti-aliasing filte, Excellent image qualit, Excellent autofocu, and fast image processin, Advanced shutter with superlow vibratio, Long battery life
Noisy images at high IS, Difficulty locking critical focus in portrait shots
Whether you're a professional photographer or you just want to shoot like one, the Nikon D810 is a DSLR with serious power. This $3,300 camera is an upgrade to the company's popular D800 and D800E models. It sports the same 36.3-megapixel resolution and f...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-29
High-resolution full-frame image sensor. 5fps burst capture. Fast 51-point autofocus system. Wide ISO range (32-51200). 1080p60 video capture. Intervalometer and time lapse functions. Sensor omits low pass filter. Dual card slots. Sharp rear LCD. Loads of...
Expensive. Small Raw mode limited to 9MP. Time lapse limited to 8 hours. No integrated Wi-Fi or GPS
The Nikon D810 ($3,299.95, body only) is a full-frame camera with a high-resolution 36-megapixel image sensor, a tank-like build quality, and loads of features that will satisfy pro photographers and serious amateurs alike. The image sensor omits a l...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-17
Not too heavy at all, Lots of resolution, Nikon has finally given us a small RAW mode,
Wish it were a tad smaller, Autofocus in extremely low light can't hold a candle to that of Sony, Olympus and Panasonic's options (pun totally intended)
The Nikon D810 is the latest flagship DSLR from Nikon without a vertical grip attached. Coming in two years after the D800 and D800E; it is seen as the replacement for both cameras. For the most part, Nikon has given users some very minor upgrades in the...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-24
Nikon has enjoyed phenomenal success with both the Nikon D800 and D800E models, and particularly so with latter model with its unusual optical low-pass filter that cancels out the anti-aliasing effects. So it comes as little surprise to see the usual mid-...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-23
Boasting a brand new 36.3-megapixel FX format sensor with no optical low pass filter, the Nikon D810 promises the highest image quality in Nikon's history, at least according to Nikon. The Nikon D810 offers a rugged, weather sealed magnesium-alloy body, a...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-26
The D810 features a full-frame FX-format sensor with the same 36.3 Megapixel resolution as its predecessors. Nikon describes it as a brand new sensor, and like its other recent DSLRs, there's no optical low pass filter. Unlike the earlier D800e, there are...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-26
Classleading retention of details, Very low imagenoise, Superb dynamicrange, Very fast autofocus, Extremely responsive, Unmatched imageparameter flexibility, Manual focus assist direction indicator, Excellent weatherproof build quality, Good batterylife,...
Poor Automatic WhiteBalance, Inconsistent Liveview, Instant review delay, Bizarre Auto ISO, Asymmetric card slots, EC button placement not ideal, Exposure Delay mode hidden in menu, Sensitive to lens performance
The Nikon D810 is the replacement for the D800E Nikon D800E and D800 Nikon D800 twins. It features a new 36 megapixels full-frame CMOS sensor without anti-alias filter to deliver maximum sharpness. This sensor has a low base sensitivity to deliver ultra-c...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-26
The Nikon D810 replaces Nikon's ancient D800 and D800e, announced way back in 2012.The D810 is the world's highest technical performance DSLR ever for outdoor, nature, landscape and many other kinds of precision photography. The D810 has no anti-alias fil...
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