Nikon is allegedly working on a new full-frame digital SLR camera. It will be called Nikon D850 and to be announced in 2017, sources say.
A new high-megapixel camera will replace the D810 with the D850 in the near future. The stores are preparing for its launch by no longer stocking the D810.
Although it is unclear whether the new digital SLR camera will be called the D850, it is expected that the official announcement might happen in 2017. More details after the break!
Nikon D850 might be the successor of D810
The first rumors about the new D850 began to emerge. According to leaked information, the Nikon D810 DSLR camera will no longer be in production by 2017. At the moment, when we look at the Nikon D810 body-only sales price is around $2,797 at Amazon with $200 saving.
Currently the Nikon FX lineup consists of D6XX, D7XX, D8XX and the flagship D5 models. There are also several rumors that the Nikon D760 will both replace the D750 and D610. We think that Nikon will first update the more budget-friendly models and leave the megapixel monster behind.
The next-gen D8xx DSLR previously mentioned for 2016 launch in order to maintain the two-year refresh cycle. The rumor mill were in talks for a D820 name. You can find the first talks of the previous rumored specs of that camera below.
Nikon D820 / D850 rumored specs
- 54MP full-frame sensor made by Sony
- 96 Auto Focus Points
- Low ISO sensitivity starting from 32
- 4K Video Recording
- New AF-S 16-35mm f/4 or f/2.8 Lens coming after D850
CP+ 2017 is opening its doors in the second part of February. There is still time but we do not believe that the Nikon D850 DSLR camera is coming at this show. Stay tuned with us for more information.
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