So I just received a much faster SDXC card and decided to do some more speed tests with the new card. Seems the actual adapter is actually quite fast and in my previous tests it was the card that was the slow part. Check out the video to see the results with the new card.
Here is yet another Nikon D800 SLR review. This one though does include a nice video walk through of the menus (which i have also included below). The article talks about speed, iso performance, etc.
The article goes on to conclude …
Nikon D800 Verdict
The Nikon D800 offers unprecedented resolution at an unthought of price point, packed full of features, many from the Nikon D4 that is almost twice the price. Build quality is very good, and the camera gives excellent handling with a solid metal body and weather sealing the camera should be suitable for almost any landscape or outdoors project. Value for money is a strong point, with cameras with a similar resolution costing significantly more (at least 3 times more).
Image quality is stunning in every way. To make the most of it you’ll need to have high quality lenses, for example the Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G lens used in this review is available for around £1200. It will be interesting seeing how Nikon’s lens range is put under additional scrutiny by this camera.
The Nikon D800 performs extremely well and is deserving of our Editor’s Choice award. Nikon have another winning camera on their hands and I expect demand will be extremely high for a long time to come. The D800 is extremely desirable, so much so that I can see people selling an arm and a leg to get it.
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