Nikon D800 DSLR snapped and leaked

The specs have been around for ages but here's some fresh pics of the 36MP snapper

If you've been hitting refresh on since we found out that the upcoming D800 DLSR from Nikon will be packing 36MP and 1080p/30fps video skills, your tireless commitment to camera-flavoured rumours shall be rewarded. Just in time to gear up the hype machine to full strength, here are some new pics of what's thought to be the D800, dug up by Nikon Rumours.

The updated (but still unconfirmed) spec list includes the same Auto Focus included on the D3 and D700, a 60fps at 720p option for video, larger display and a smaller, lighter body than its predecessor. Oh, and don't forget the 7360x4912 resolution shots that the D800's 36MP sensor can handle.

Feast your eyes on front and rear views of the upgraded DSLR but be warned, we still haven't got any official details or a launch date. Never mind, the pics will distract us for another week or so.

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