Open-Source DSLR Announced: D800o (April Fools)

If the video above is not displaying properly, you can watch it on YouTube.

Here is the example image of the customizable repeating flash velocities:

http://graphics.stanford.edu/projects/camera-2.0/images/cards-s.jpg

 

 

New Features include:
– Sound and Motion Detection Shutter Triggering
– Mappable ISO Sensitivity Sensor
– Media Capturing Formats include:
Images: JPEG, JPEG2000, TIFF, NEF, GIF, Animated GIF, PNG, PDF (???)
Video: AVI, MPG, MP4, MOV
Audio: WAVE, MP3, FLAC, AIFF, AAC, OGG (Sample rate and bit-depth are fully adjustable)
– Live Histogram
– New BULB2 Mode
– Auto-Focus Bracketing
– Programmable AF-Assist Lamp
– XWR Capture for HDR harvesting and video exporting
– WiFi
– GPS
– HDMI Input
– Displays Non-Nikon Content
– Displays Megabyte of pictures
– Automatic Orientation Rotation
– Selections and Playlists for Deleting and Previewing Content
– Fully adjustable decimal system for integers, including: EV Compensation, White Balance, Shutter Speed, ISO, Aperture, Frames Per Second, EV Bracketing, White Balance Bracketing, Flash, Repeatable Flash, Self-Timer, Exposure Delay Mode, Interval Timer Shooting, etc.
– Expanded White Balance (0K-50,000K)
– Expanded EV Compensation (Unlimited Stops)
– Customizable File and Folder Naming
– Loopable FPS Patterns
– April Fools are not included with the D800o
– 3D MODE (two or more Nikon DSLRS can be synced using either USB or WiFi)
– Open Source Mode
– Nikon App Store
– Glow-In-The-Dark Buttons
– Installable Sensor Crystals

If you would like to sign a petition to make Nikon open source and one day have a camera like this, consider signing this petition!

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