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    Astro with the D810

    This looks interesting for astro guys..

    Nikon | News | Digital SLR Camera D810A

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    Re: Astro with the D810

    Interesting, but surely there isn't a huge number of people who have need for this camera? Just for curiosity - price?
    Would love that long shutter speed in the normal body.

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    Re: Astro with the D810

    The price in the U.K is 2,999.00 inc. VAT

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    Re: Astro with the D810

    Well, if you're a dedicated astro shooter it makes a lot of sense.
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    Re: Astro with the D810

    This maybe a perfect rental cam to play with. On those occasions you want to shoot astro images.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: Astro with the D810

    It will do fine for regular photography as well.

    This also gives an idea how aggressively they filter light (Sony is exactly the same).

    H-Alpha line is only at 656nm (Hydrogen Alpha Explained).

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