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Pretty amazing price too, nearly ¬£2400 for the D800 body, even higher for the D800E.
What could you do with 36 megapixels? a 7360x4912 pixel image - enough for a 3 foot by 2 foot print while still keeping the 200 ppi resolution that seems to be the rule of thumb for prints at arms length viewing distance.
And how much storage would a RAW image from that bad boy need?
Can someone please tell me why my photos are so dark, I took these on a fairly bright day?
What type of camera did you use, and what settings did you use.
It could be you used auto settings, so in a very bright situation the exposure will be short so they could come out darker. Also some auto scene settings can change a lot. If you are facing the sun, it will be darker still, away from the sun obviously will be brighter and better. Whilst auto is handy, it hardly ever means it's the best setting to use.
But there's nothing something like photoshop or lightroom can't fix here.