Nikon D850 FX-format Digital SLR Camera Body
- on Aug 07, 2022
The Nikon D850 is Nikon’s high-resolution full-frame DSLR.The Nikon 850 has 45.7 MP sensor with a native ISO sensitivity range of 64-25,600, upgraded 153-point autofocus system, advanced 181,000-pixel RGB metering system, 7 fps continuous shooting speed that can be bumped up to 9 fps with a battery grip, a weather sealed construction and a bunch of other hardware and software upgrades. Nikon has come out with a camera that can satisfy every photography need like landscapes, architecture, sports, and wildlife etc. This combination of properties significantly widens the camera’s appeal to high-end enthusiasts as well as a broad range of professional photographers.
Extreme resolution meets extreme speed- The camera sets a new benchmark for DSLR image quality and super high-resolution photography. This high-resolution DSLR camera allows photographers to capture fast action in 45.7 megapixels of brilliant resolution. There is a remarkable advancement with all the features of previous versions in sensor design, autofocus, dynamic range, sensitivity, Speed light control, battery life, shutter and mirror drive mechanisms, Silent Photography in Live-View mode, focus shift capability and more.
Nikon’s First Back-side Illuminated (BSI) Full-Frame Sensor- enables the camera to achieves extraordinary image quality, enhanced light gathering efficiency, faster data readout and truer color.
Faster, Richer, Sharper Processing- This has expeed 5 that is much faster than expeed 4 is helpful in processing all 45.7 megapixels of data for lower noise, wider dynamic range, subtle tonal and textural details, high-speed continuous shooting at approx.
Sensitive to details- The camera is having the lower ISO hence has greater dynamic range. Much better than previous models of Nikon. The D850 has the lowest base ISO of any DSLR or mirrorless camera.
Silent Photography- When you want the sound to be muted in case of events like a press conference, golf matches or more, you can turn on Silent Photography in Live View and capture without sound or mechanical vibration. In Mode 1, shoot for up to 6 FPS continuous at 45.7 MP. In Mode 2, shoot approx. 8.6-megapixel pictures in DX image area at approx. 30 FPS for up to 3 seconds.
Sensitive and Tilting Touch- You can shoot at any angle at ease with the tilting touchscreen LCD screen. Use Touch AF, Touch Shutter control and navigate menus, playback and more as if you were using a Smartphone. Zoom in during Live View shooting and use the new Pinpoint AF to put focus right where you want it
Autofocus and quick confirm Focus- The D850 uses the same field-proven ultra-accurate AF system for capturing the most elusive subjects that will feel like second nature with 153 focus points, 99 cross-type sensors and a dedicated AF processor. Confirm your manual focus with Focus Peaking. Select high, medium or low sensitivity and red, yellow, blue or white highlights. Operates in manual focus mode with AF or compatible manual NIKKOR lenses.
Time Lapse In Camera- With this exclusive Nikon camera, you can create entire 4K UHD time-lapse sequences right in the camera. Using the D850’s Interval Timer Mode allows you to capture over 8K-size images with exquisite detail for time-lapse movie6 creation
➢ Incredible image quality with sharpness.
➢ Rear touchscreen is very responsive and intuitive to use. Having no lag.
➢ Screen is much brighter than previous Nikons
➢ The refresh rate is totally real-time.
➢ Autofocus is extremely fast.
➢ Overall camera CPU performance seems very fast.
➢ ISO button has been moved and is much easier to use
➢ No focus peaking with 4K video
➢ Nikon does not offer in body image stabilization nor prime lenses with VR
➢ Nikon wireless iOS app is astonishingly and embarrassingly bad
➢ SnapBridge connectivity requires improvement
➢ Difficult to adjust key exposure setting through the touchscreen
The pros absolutely outweigh the cons. The tilt screen on the camera back if wonderful and the touch screen feature really helps you be fast when you need to be. Network, Bluetooth and smart device connections are what the future of photography is about and these features work very well on this.