Nikon announces development of D850 DSLR Camera


Nikon has announced the development of the D850 DSLR camera which will be the replacement to full-frame D810.

The company didn’t release any actual details about the D850, though a teaser video promises an 8K time-lapse function. Nikon says that it will be a ‘formidable tool for creators who will not compromise on exceptional image quality and versatility’ and that it will incorporate ‘new technologies, features and performance enhancements that are a direct result of feedback from users.’

To learn more about the Nikon D850 DSLR, please visit nikonusa.com/d850. Information regarding the release of this product will be announced at a later date.

Development of Digital SLR Camera Nikon D850

MELVILLE, NY (July 25, 2017 at 12:01 A.M. EDT) –- Nikon Inc. is pleased to announce the development of the next generation full-frame, high-resolution, high-speed digital SLR cameras with the upcoming release of the highly anticipated Nikon D850. This announcement coincides with Nikon’s 100th anniversary of its establishment, which is celebrated today.

The D850 will be a formidable tool for creators who will not compromise on exceptional image quality and versatility, including both aspiring and professional photographers as well as hobbyists who capture landscapes, weddings, sports, fashion, commercial imagery and multimedia content creators.

The D850 is the successor to the D810, which has been highly praised by its users for offering extremely sharp and clear rendering, with rich tone characteristics. This powerful new FX-format digital SLR camera is engineered with a range of new technologies, features and performance enhancements that are a direct result of feedback from users, who demand the very best from their camera equipment. The D850 will exceed the expectations of the vast range of photographers that seek the high resolution and high-speed capabilities that only a Nikon of this caliber complemented by NIKKOR lenses can offer.



  • James Michael

    It better have built in GPS!

  • Simonh2159

    It has a curved sensor, no mirror is f mount. The curved sensor allows this and gives much sharper images 100 mp sensor not a Sony. 8k video time-lapse as well. Bigger than other mirrorless cameras why 1 for cooling purposes mirrorless camera’s suffer from overheating therefore high risk of sensor damage.sensors to exposed as well so chance it can be damaged when changing lenses. More dirt on mirrorless sensors. This is why nikon have taken so long