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Nikon has been less aggressive than Canon in catering to the professional videographer, but it is paying attention, and this 5D Mark III competitor includes some new features that will make it more usable when shooting 1080p HD video. Chief among them is the addition of a 60p recording mode, including the ability to output uncompressed 60p to an external recorder via HDMI while recording to memory cards. Also new are exposure-smoothing for time-lapse, zebra pattern display in live view, and a built-in stereo mic (as well as an external mic input). Maximum video recording time is 20 minutes at the highest quality, or 29 minutes, 59 seconds at normal quality. 
 
NIKON ANNOUNCES ITS NEW FLAGSHIP DSLR: THE D810
5D MARK III COMPETITOR ADDS 60p HD, EXTERNAL RECORDING VIA HDMI TO VIDEO FEATUE SET
 
Nikon has upped its DSLR game with the new D810, which improves on the previous D800 and D800E with a new 36 megapixel (7360◊4912) full-frame sensor that eliminates low-pass filtering to increase effective picture resolution. The camera's new image-processing engine is designed to reduce moirť and other color artifacts, increase noise-reduction, and broaden the camera's ISO range from 64 to 12,800.
 

Northlight has received word that Canon will be releasing a high resolution big brother to the EOS 5D Mark III in the fall. This is another reference to an EOS 3D type of camera (itís been going on since this site started). The higher resolution camera would also shoot 4K video and have an abundance of video features. Pricing for the camera would come above the EOS 5D Mark III.

Thereís always mentions of high resolution sensors showing up in Canon DSLRs for testing around the globe, and I donít doubt that itís going on. We were told back in the fall that Canon would be releasing 3 new DSLRs in 2014, and weíve already seen one in the 1200D. The other will most definitely be the followup to the EOS 7D, the third camera is unknown. Iíd like to think it wonít be a replacement to the EOS Rebel T5i.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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