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Nikon D810A Review

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Good stuff thanks for sharing, 

Liked the normal photography bit. very interesting. :)

Should add this is because I don't do astro imaging.

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Interesting review.

Looks like it picks up a good amount of red in the nebula.

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So is this a lot better than my Modded 600D, cost wise the 600D New and Modded and still useable in daylight is £389, the Nikon is £3000 in Warehouse Express......

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