Nikon d800 Nikon d800E Nikon d600 Nikon d700 Nikon d4 Nikon d3x Nikon d7100

 

Nikon Dslr comparison table – Nikon d800 Nikon d800E Nikon Df Nikon d600 Nikon d700 Nikon d4 Nikon d3x Nikon d7100

Nikon Dslr comparison table – Nikon d800 Nikon d800E Nikon d600 Nikon d700 Nikon d4 Nikon d3x Nikon d7100 Nikon Df
Nikon d800 Nikon d800E Nikon d600 Nikon d700 Nikon d4 Nikon d3x Nikon d7100

Nikon Full format camera comparison table May 2014

Parameters
Nikon d4s
Nikon d4
Nikon d800
Nikon d810
Nikon DF
Nikon d610
Nikon d700
Nikon d3x
Nikon d3
Nikon d7100
High iso (Dxo) 3074 2965 2853 2853 3279 2925 2303 1992 2290 1256
Megapixel 16.2 15.9 36.2 36.37 16.2 24.2 12.1 24.5 12.1 24
Dynamic range 13.6 EV 13.1 EV 14.4 EV 14.8 EV 13.1 EV 14.4 EV 12.2 EV 13.7 EV 12.2 EV 13.9 EV
Colour depth 24.3 24.7 25.3 25,7 24.6 25.1 23.5 24.7 23.5 24.2
ISO range 100-409,600 100-204,800 100-25,600 32-51,200 100-204,800 100-25,600 100-25,600 100-6400 100-25,600 100-25,600
Focus points 51 51 51 51 39 39 51 51 51 51
Crosstype points 15 15 15 15 9 9 15 15 15 15
LCD resolution 921k dots 920k dots 1040k dots 1229k dots 921k dots 921k dots 922k dots 920k dots 921k dots 1229k dots
Nikon d4s
Nikon d4
Nikon d800
Nikon d810
Nikon DF
Nikon d610
Nikon d700
Nikon d3x
Nikon d3
Nikon d7100
Max shooting speed 1/8000s 1/8000s 1/8000s 1/8000s 1/4000s 1/4000s 1/8000s 1/8000s 1/8000s 1/8000s
Min shooting speed 30s 30s 30s 30s 30s

30s

30s

30s

30s

30s

Continuous shooting 11 fps 11 fps 4 fps 5 fps 5.5 fps 6 fps 5 fps 5 fps 11 fps 6 fps
In camera HDR yes yes yes yes yes yes No No No yes
Built in flash No yes yes yes No yes yes No No yes
Sensor cleaning yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
Weight 1340g 1340g 1000g 880g 710 gr 850g 1074g 1260g 1240g 765g
Video 1920×1080 1920×1080 1920×1080 1920 x 1080 / 60 fps No video function 1920×1080 No video function No video function No video function 1920×1080
Nikon d4s
Nikon d4
Nikon d800
Nikon d810
Nikon DF
Nikon d610
Nikon d700
Nikon d3x
Nikon d3
Nikon d7100

Above tables shows Nikon’s finest Digital Single Reflex Camera’s comparison available today. Most of the above Nikon Reflex cameras has dual memory Card slots.

Nikon d4s

Seems the Nikon d4s is a flagship low light Nikon Dslr today with a very good high iso performance only bettered by slight margin the Nikon Df.
Compare to the older D4 model the difference is not huge, perhaps except for video.

Nikon d800/Nikon d800E

are the finest high resolution Full Frame Dsrl camera available today, even medium format cameras hardly can beat it. Between the D800/D800E the difference is the AA filter has been omitted in the Nikon D800E model. This on paper increase sharpness, but makes more prone the camera to moire patterns. The d800e is sharper, but smaller size the difference is not so obvious. Both camera has wide dynamic range, excellent high Iso capability, 36 Mpixel resolution, HD video mode.

Nikon d4

is also a very fine camera with little less dynamic range, and colour depth, lot less resolution but better high iso capability and significantly faster burst mode(11 vs 4 frame per seconds) compare to the Nikon d800/d800E. The disadvantage is the files are huge, and only 36Mpix images recorded.

Nikon Df

The Nikon Df is a retro-styled FF Dslr camera without video function. It has the best measured low light performance among Nikon FF dslr cameras.

Nikon d600

is a very nice camera and perhaps has the best price/performance ratio if we don’t compare the Nikon d700 used – this camera has excellent value because lot smaller and lighter than the other cameras but compare to the Nikon d800/D800E, the biggest difference is 24/36 Mpixel resolution which is not really significant in most cases.

Nikon d3 X

perhaps not the best choice today with it’s high price, and little outdated specifications.

Nikon d700

is perhaps the best value camera used. This camera is still very good if someone has not a budget for the other Full Frame models, this modell is an excellent value used.

Nikon d7100

is the current flagship DX model. Much cheaper than the Full Frame modells, and has also very good picture quality, it’s pictures very usable even in Iso 6400. The Nikon d7100 has improved autofocus performance, omit the AA filter as the D800E, Has 24 Mpix resolution which is the smallest pixels from all this models. The camera has a 1.3 crop mode for little extra reach.

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