A high-end 36.3 megapixel full-frame DSLR introduced by Nikon in 2012. The D800E, without an anti-aliasing low-pass filter, is otherwise the same. Replaced by the D810 in 2014.
- The D800 is a Nikon full-frame, 36 megapixel camera.
- The D800E model is identical to the D800, except it removes the slight blurring effect of the sensor's low-pass filter
- The D810 supersedes the D800, with many improvements (new sensor, 1 stop less noise, better autofocusing, improved video)
- The D810A is a specialized version of the D810 designed for astrophotography, having an infra-red filter.