Nikon has released Nikon D850, its latest full-frame DSLR camera and the successor to Nikon D810. With a 45.7MP sensor the camera is able to bring us higher resolution and it also supports 4K video recording. Need more? Let’s continue checking.
Nikon D850 is a high performance full-frame DSLR camera that measures 5.8 x 4.9 x 3.1 inches and weighs 32.3 oz. The camera has a durable magnesium alloy chassis that’s dust- and weather-resistant to fit for use in various harsh natural conditions. Meanwhile, the ergonomic grip and contours let you comfortably hold it for shoots, and most of the rear buttons are backlit for easy access even in low light conditions.
Compared with Canon EOS 6D Mark II with 26.2MP sensor, Nikon D850 comes equipped with a 45.7MP FX-format full-frame BSI CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter that offers higher image quality, higher low-light performance, faster response and truer color, and the expandable sensitivity range is from ISO 32 to 102400, which allows it to fit for shoots in various conditions and deliver vivid and clear details. Using EXPEED 5 image processor the D850 supports high-speed continuous shooting at approx 9fps and full-frame 4K video recording.
Nikon D850 also features 153 phase-detection points with 99 cross-type sensors and a dedicated AF engine for fast and accurate tracking and focusing. Meanwhile, multiple AF-area modes are selectable for different types of subject matters including single-point mode, dynamic area AF, group-area AF, 3D-tracking and auto-area AF.
Nikon D850 has a 3.2″ touchscreen LCD monitor for intuitive controls, live view shooting and playback, and its tilting design makes it easy to get the shot even from high or low angles. In addition to 4K video recording, the DSLR also supports 4K and 8K time-lapse. Built-in WiFi and Bluetooth allows it to wirelessly connect with your smartphone or tablet for remote control and sharing photos and videos via social network.