Nikon D850 is one of the most popular DSLRs that bring high resolution, faster speed and amazing versatility. Launched on July 2017, this full-frame digital single-lens reflex camera has the capability to capture the most awe-inspiring pictures and 4K as well as 8K time-lapse movies. This camera is designed by Nikon, and has backside illuminate full-frame sensor, tilting touchscreen, focus shift shooting mode and superb battery performance. It is Nikon’s latest high resolution DSLR that comes with 45.7 megapixel BSI or backside-illuminated CMOS sensor.
If we talk about Nikon’s D800 and D800E cameras, they also deliver high quality images and high resolution pictures with 36.3 megapixels, but support medium format. Hence, Nikon launched D850 after five years that allows photographers to click fast action with 45.7 megapixels of amazing resolutions. The BSI design of the sensor acquires greater detail and brilliant clarity even in low-light conditions as well. The latest DSLR supports up to 9 fps continuous shooting with full AF performance, 4K Ultra HD video recording and slow motion up to 120 fps at 1080p.
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D850 comes with backside illuminated sensor that maximizes the efficiency of the sensor and increases peripheral image quality. Like Nikon D810, this camera has ISO 64 mode that captures more bight pictures in bright conditions. This high resolution DSLR gives a tough competition to Fujifilm GFX 50S and Pentax 645Z.
When it comes to speed and performance, D850 has the full AF capabilities of the company’s flagship sports camera: D5. This camera has all the hardware like AF module, sensor and AF processor. It also comes with a complete range of AF modes and configuration options. It has the capability to shoot at nine frames per second when you add the optional MB-D18 battery grip.
D850 is the Nikon’s first DSLR that captures 4K video from the full width of its sensor. The camera can shoot at 30, 25 or 24p, at a bit rate of around 144 Mbps. At 1080 resolutions, the camera can shoot at up to 60p along with a slow-motion mode that capture at 120 frames per second. The 1080 mode also supports focus peaking as well as digital stabilization.
Like D810, the body of Nikon D850 is made from magnesium alloy. The latest model comes with a D750-style flip up/down cradle, which makes it higher in resolution and touch sensitive as well. The touch sensitivity is useful with live mode and to navigate menus, which is missing in Nikon D5 and D500. It has a 153-point AF system that features 99 cross-type points. The grip of the camera has been reworked and makes it more comfortable when holding in hands for long periods.
Best selling DSLR, D850 comes with an amazing feature – viewfinder. It has replaced the built-in flash from the camera. The magnification has the capability to leap from 0.7x to 0.75x which is the largest optical viewfinder on any of the Nikon’s models. It also features a new condenser lens and an aspherical element in the design. It makes the entire scene visible even for most glasses wearers.
This model allows users to create jaw-dropping 4K time-lapse movies in the camera as well as 8K time-lapse sequences of up to 9,999 full-size stills with the help of Interval Timer Mode. On the other hand, it supports slow-motion sequences. Users can record 4x or 5x slow-motion at 1080p.
Nikon D850 comes with silent, zero-vibration electronic shutter that allows users to capture pictures silently when using Live View. With this DSLR, users will get two silent Live View modes in the photo shooting menu. By selecting Mode 1, users will get silent shooting at 6fps at full resolution, including Raw. On the other hand, Mode 2 offers 8 megapixel shots at 30fps in the JPEG format only.
Storage & Connectivity
With the help of optional XQD storage, you can handle incredible high resolution files and shooting speeds. SD can be used to store more images, videos and other files. You can also use SD for backups.
When it comes to connectivity, you can transfer images or files to your smartphone or tablet using Nikon’s SnapBridge app. It supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy connection.
D850 comes with the capability-expanding accessories like battery grip, wireless transmitter and negative digitizer. Battery grip increases the handling and maximizes the shooting speed. On the other hand, wireless transmitter allows users to transfer images and movie files to PC via wired LAN or wireless LAN. In addition, negative digitizer allows users to digitize the gems from film days using the new optional ES-2 Film Digitizer Adapter.
Nikon has been assembling and manufacturing professional & full-frame lenses for over 80 years. You can purchase Nikon’s D850 to capture Perfect Pictures using high resolution image sensor along with stunning sharpness, edge-to-edge clarity in all types of lighting conditions. Whether you are a semi-professional, professional and a serious enthusiast, you can perform better with new 45.7 full-frame CMOS sensor. Buying this budget-friendly DSLR does not disappoint you as it delivers impressive and attractive features by the truck load.