The Nikon D800 is the company's highest-resolution full-frame DSLR, at 36 megapixels. The FX format DSLR features 51 autofocus points and 15 cross-type sensors. The D800 is a full-featured camera especially suited for professionals shooting landscapes and portraits. The camera allows you to capture up to 9 separate images in a single bracketed set, for a broad exposure range for HDR photography.
Larry Becker of Kelby Media reviews the Nikon D800 and finds its low-light performance is quite good even at the high native ISO of 6400. What's more, the HD video quality is excellent, and many features combine to make the D800 a strong contender for DSLR videographers: the camera's microphone and headphone jacks, its ability to put out a clean HDMI signal, and the fact that its settings are adjustable during filming.