Nikon D850 Body Black Digital SLR Camera
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The technical details behind this camera
An FX Format Back Illuminated 45.7 Megapixel CMOS Sensor is on board giving you rich and exquisite detail. This is backed up by the EXPEED 5 Image Processing Engine, giving you ISO reach from 64 -25,600 (expandable to 108,400) resulting in exquisite detail in some of the most compromising lighting conditions.
In addition to superb image quality the D850 has a 153-point autofocus system that will let you freeze all of that detail with absolute precision focus. This AF system is also backed up by 7 frames per second continuous shooting, when you attach the MB-D18 Multi-Power Battery Pack this will expand to another 2 Frames, getting you to a total of 9 frames per second continuous shooting.
Full frame 4k video
Videographers will be happy to see that Full Frame 4K UHD video is on board which will bring about beautiful quality in all lighting conditions when paired with the FX wide angle lenses. In Full HD you can also achieve x4/x5 Slow Motion movies, a great asset to have on board when wanting to insert those dramatic scenes into your hero 4K UHD footage. In addition to all of this there is a Silent Mode 8K UHD Time-Lapse feature which is enhanced by RAW Batch Processing, totally streamlining movie production. Located on the side of the D850 there’s two card slots, a UHS-II SD and an XQD to give you optimal performance when it comes to read and write speeds. RAW images come in three configurations. Small (4128x2752; 11.4 MP), Medium (6192x4128; 25.6 MP) and Large (8256x5504; 45.4 MP). This will significantly improve workflow flexibility.
Top three Reasons we think you will love this camera
- Massive megapixel count
- A true multimedia DSLR
- Great low-light performance
Our expert’s opinion
The Nikon D850 has a 45.7 megapixel sensor. It takes images at 8256 x 5504. That should be enough to make your jaw drop. Its autofocus system is just as staggering boasting 153 total phase detection points. It records video in 4K and time lapses in 8K. It’s not cheap but also not expensive compared to its rivals, and Nikon have squeezed in every bit of technology they could. With a nice piece of glass attached this will substitute for a visit to the gym but versatility and image quality will make you forget your tired arms. A huge step up on the D810.
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|Video Type||4K Video Recording|
|Video Type 2||8K Time-Lapse Video Recording|
|Image Processor||EXPEED 5|
|Shutter Speed||30 - 1/8000 Second , Bulb Mode|
|View Finder||0.75x Large Optical Viewfinder|
|Frames Per Second Shooting||7 FPS (9 FPS with Grip)|
|Focus Points||153 Auto Focus Points|
|Screen Size||3.2" Rear Touchscreen Tilting LCD (2,359,000)|
|Power||MB-D18 Multi-Power Battery Pack|
|Dimensions||146 x 124 x 70mm|
|Audio System||Mic & Headphone Outputs|
|Exposure Modes||Modes: Aperture Priority, Manual, Program, Shutter Priority Metering Range: EV -3.0 - EV 20.0 Compensation: -5 EV to +5 EV (in 1/3, 1/2 or 1 EV Steps)|
|Metering Range||TTL exposure metering using RGB sensor with approximately 180K (180,000) pixels|