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    Sorry is 8 gb Kingston

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    Quote Originally Posted by LexuS79 View Post
    Sorry is 8 gb Kingston
    You already have it then just use it. If you encounter issues, get another like Sandisk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lenslust

    You already have it then just use it. If you encounter issues, get another like Sandisk.
    Or sell it off in BnS and get a Sandisk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LexuS79

    My memory card is Kingston 16gb 133x / elite pro... How about this card? Suitable for D800???? Please advice
    I can said not eought good speed and the Kingston also not suitable for 36mp if taken for Raw file.
    At lease your memory card must using the SanDisk extreme pro or extreme type to keep the faster read & write speed with most safe the data for your each photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rain5533

    I can said not eought good speed and the Kingston also not suitable for 36mp if taken for Raw file.
    At lease your memory card must using the SanDisk extreme pro or extreme type to keep the faster read & write speed with most safe the data for your each photos.
    Mean that my camera problem is due to my memory card speed not enough fast for my D800???

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    It's one of the known problem with the D800. If use Lexar or Sandisk, then not much problem there. See:

    Certain CF cards may not work with Nikon D800 | Wynner's Blog - an IT & Photography Blog

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    Finally something to share, notice when low light, you really need a very steady hand

    Photo taken with 35mm f2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger-in-the-woods
    It's one of the known problem with the D800. If use Lexar or Sandisk, then not much problem there. See:

    Certain CF cards may not work with Nikon D800 | Wynner's Blog - an IT & Photography Blog
    Thanks I think my Kingston Elite pro can throw away :-)

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    I got Kingston elite pro 133x 16gb too. Just now I tried with d800, work like normal, no problem at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie77
    I got Kingston elite pro 133x 16gb too. Just now I tried with d800, work like normal, no problem at all
    Mine is 8GB , when I slot in the camera screen only show me loading logo :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by LexuS79

    Mine is 8GB , when I slot in the camera screen only show me loading logo :-(
    Did you try others CF or SD card?

    Please check it up...if any problem or your D800 still can claim warranty

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    Yes I think u need to try with other CF card. Btw u might format ur Kingston CF card with oc and try again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie77
    Yes I think u need to try with other CF card. Btw u might format ur Kingston CF card with oc and try again
    Ya I just buy a sandisk extreme 32gb 64mb/s ... Now on the way go home n try it:-( if still cannot I think will send back to nikon btw what is oc?? I'm 1st buy DSLR so alot thing I not vy sure :-))

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    Quote Originally Posted by LexuS79 View Post
    Ya I just buy a sandisk extreme 32gb 64mb/s ... Now on the way go home n try it:-( if still cannot I think will send back to nikon btw what is oc?? I'm 1st buy DSLR so alot thing I not vy sure :-))
    think he meant 'other cameras'?
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    Thanks all guru here to help me solve the problem:-) after I replaced a new CF card, my camera is working fine now. :-)

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    Fuh , new to dslr but straight go to D800

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie77
    Fuh , new to dslr but straight go to D800
    It is D800 vy pro camera?? My friend told me tis a Nikon new launch Camera so I bought it... Btw 14-24 f2.8 & 24-70 f2.8 suitable for tis camera????

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    Quote Originally Posted by LexuS79

    It is D800 vy pro camera?? My friend told me tis a Nikon new launch Camera so I bought it... Btw 14-24 f2.8 & 24-70 f2.8 suitable for tis camera????
    This work perfectly for your d800 as they are the best of what Nikon has to offer for wide angle and mid range zoom

    Really envy u... my 1st DSLR was the d40 with 18-55 & 55-200...

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    Sorry typo error, should be pc, hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by LexuS79 View Post
    It is D800 vy pro camera?? My friend told me tis a Nikon new launch Camera so I bought it... Btw 14-24 f2.8 & 24-70 f2.8 suitable for tis camera????
    From from own (limited) experience, you have to have a grasp of the technicalities of taking photographs. For example, D800 ISO-Auto functions somewhat differently from my D300 (not even mentioning A,S,M modes). You need to dial in the ISO Auto as well (for my own camera.. bit strange but no big deal if I know what and how I would like to shoot). Using manual mode, one could exploit the prowess of the D800 even more fully.

    Since I do not know your background or experience, my only advice to to master the basics otherwise you'll be disappointed why the pics didn't turn out the way you want it esp for a $$ camera. On my recent holiday trip, I prefer 'some' of the colour dynamics of shots taken by my daughter using a $300+ PnS camera than even my own D800 >$4000 D800 on P mode :P

    Embarrassing... there u go. Haha

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