My reference cameras for ergonomics are the Nikon D3x (very good) and Nikon D3s (better).
In a general sense, the D800 is as good or better than previous Nikon bodies, but it has a few areas where it could be improved.
Let’s get right into it, in rough order of importance as I see it.
You can download the D800 settings I use. When you load them, be aware that copyright and image comment settings might be overwritten.
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