Get Nikon D810 at B&H Photo.
Image quality of the Nikon D810 is sensational. My D800E workhorse now has a worthy replacement in the D810, and the operational improvements are already proving their worth to me.
The Nikon D810 avoids all that with its electronic first curtain shutter option (Canon has had EFC for years). What a relief! With Zeiss lenses, particularly the APO-Distagon and the APO-Sonnar and the coming Otus 85/1.4, the system picture makes a ton of sense—much smaller rig than a Pentax 645Z along with far superior lens selection (to both Pentax and Sony). And no “you’re fired blurry pictures you idiot” Sony thing. The D810 is what I call a realistic workhorse platform. Classic Nikon sensibility.
Low ISO and stuff
To my eye the D810 images are free of the odd look that I noticed immediately with the A7R. Full 14-bit lossless compressed at ISO 64 looks to be my new game. The Sony 11+7 bit lossy compression never made sense to me as having any worth in a $2K plus camera (well, $1K or so now, no even medium term resale value in those small Sony bodies).
I’ll be showing low ISO quality at 31/64/100/200/400 soon.