Nikon has announced that the D800E DSLR camera will be out today and the company will be shipping in Japan but in limited quantities first. The D800E DSLR removes the anti-aliasing filter for higher quality images in certain situations at a ¥50,000 premium ($300 in the US). The company as similar earlier in the case of D800 (which was launched last month) brings the camera in limited quantity as the company says that the demand has been greater than expected and apologizes for the shortfall, means some customers with preorders even need to wait a big little longer, the company said in a statement on Nikon Japan’s website.
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