Nikon D810A unveiled as a DSLR for astrophotographers
The rumored Nikon D810A is now official as a modified D810 that is aimed at stargazers. This is the world’s first full frame DSLR camera for consumers which has been built for astrophotography. The DSLR comes with a new infrared cut filter, longer exposure modes, and other features designed for low-light photography.
Official Nikon D810A announcement event is imminent
The Nikon D810A announcement event is now rumored to be imminent. The astrophotography version of the D810 DSLR has joined the rumor mill in recent times and it appears that the Japanese company is speeding things up, in order for the camera to be ready for the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2015.
Special Nikon D810 astrophotography version coming soon?
Nikon is allegedly developing a special version of the D810 DSLR camera. According to inside sources, a Nikon D810 astrophography version will be announced in the near future. The shooter will offer a higher hydrogen-alpha sensitivity, thus becoming the perfect tool for stargazers and astrophotographers.