The Nikon D810A is a World’s First Full Frame DSLR for Astrophotography

February 10, 2015 - photo frame

Today Nikon strictly announced a special D810 chronicle for astrophotography that had been talked about starting a integrate of weeks ago. Called a D810A, a camera is a world’s initial full support DSLR that’s optimized for astrophotography purposes.

The 36.3MP camera is means to constraint “colorful, monumental astronomical images” interjection to a mutated infrared filter, that creates a camera 4 times some-more supportive to hydrogen alpha light during 656 nanometers in wavelength.

Resulting photos “capture a shining red hues of disband nebulae and constellations in distinguished fact and fidelity,” Nikon says.

Other facilities that are designed for astrophotographers embody a Long Exposure Manual Mode that offers new shiver speed increments of 4, 5, 8, 10, 15, 20, 30, 60, 120, 180, 240, 300, 600 and 900 seconds.

The camera is differently matching to a D810, though Nikon does advise that, due to a modifications, a D810A is not endorsed for ubiquitous photography.

Here are some representation photos prisoner with a camera published by Nikon:

Nikon says a D810A will start shipping in late May 2015 during a cost that is nonetheless to be announced. However, BH has already listed preorders for a camera during $3,800.

Image credits: Sample photographs by Takayuki Yoshida

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