On its 100th anniversary, Nikon revealed the extraordinary features of the new Nikon D850. This camera boasts a new 45-megapixel sensor lacking a low-pass filter. Furthermore, the new Nikon D850 sports an ISO range of 64-25,600 that may be expanded to 32-102,400.
The new device can burst at 7FPS, engaging its AF tracking. If you want an even higher performance, you may implement the optional MB-D18 battery grip, and you can make it reach 9 fps. During the burst mode, you can save up to 51 14-bit RAW images.
The new Nikon D850 will help you capture the world
However, if you feel like you need more speed, you may combine a DX crop mode and an electronic shutter to deliver a 30fps burst. In this way, you will obtain 8.6-megapixel images. When it comes to autofocus, the new Nikon D850 has the same AF system as the D5’s one. Therefore, they both have 153 AF points with 99 cross-type points.
This model also provides 4K recording, just like previous ones. However, you should not expect it to crop the sensor on you, but it will offer a full readout across the sensor’s width. You can record full HD video at up to 60p while you may also output an 8-bit, 4:2:2 file through a HDMI cable out to an external recorder.
When thinking about purchasing this beauty, you should also know that the slow motion mode will help you record a full HD footage at 120fps. Furthermore, you will also obtain a 4x slow motion effect in playback.
The new camera features a 45-megapixel sensor
When the product was teased, Nikon argued that the new camera will help photographers develop 8K time lapses. However, you may create a 4K time-lapse movie in camera, but you will need a post-processing software to develop an 8K time lapse.
To sum up, these tremendous features make the new Nikon D850 an ideal camera for any professional photographer. If this exquisite device sounds like your dream camera, then you should definitely give it a try.
Source: SLR Lounge