Nikon D850 sample images has been surfaced on the web ahead of the official announcement.
The successor to the D810; Nikon D850 will be the next-generation full-frame, high-resolution, high-speed DSLR camera. Official announcement of the D850 is claimed for August 24.
As for the Nikon D850 features, the full-frame camera will have 45.7-megapixel CMOS sensorwithout low-pass optical filter. It will also have the ability to capture 4K UHD video in FX format with no crop. The shooting speed of 7 fps can go up to 9 fps by adopting the optional MB-D18 multi power battery pack.
You can have a look at the detailed D850 specifications below. Now let’s see some Nikon D850 sample images.
First Nikon D850 sample images
Nikon D850 Main Features
Resolution: 45.7 megapixels of effective resolution. 45.4 MP files rich in detail. CMOS backlit sensor in full Nikon FX format and without low-pass optical filter.
Speeds: 7 fps or 9 fps when using the optional MB-D18 multi-power battery pack (with the EN-EL18B battery inserted).
ISO Sensitivity in Light: The powerful Nikon EXPEED 5 image processor delivers outstandingly sharp images in the ISO 64-25.600 range, expandable from 32 to 102.400 ISO (equivalent). The full ISO range is also available for 4K video shooting.
Accuracy: The same phenomenal 153-point Autofocus system of the Nikon D5 top range provides sensitivity up to -4EV at the center point (ISO 100, 20 ° C). Exposure measurement up to -3EV allows precise exposure even under conditions where the only source of light is lunar.
4K video with no clipping factor: Record full-size movies at 4K / UHD at 30p, without clipping factor limitations. Snap for over three hours using the MB-D18 multi-power battery pack.
Accelerated time-lapse movies in 4K directly “on the camera” but not only: in addition, the Nikon D850 uses its 45.7 megapixels to create fast and spectacular 8K post-production movies.
RAW format flexibility: Snaps into 45.4 MP RAW format (large size), 25.6 MP (average size), or 11.4 MP (small size).
In every room: thanks to its rugged body and ready to handle all weather conditions, the Nikon D850 is ready to resume in any kind of extreme environment. The same full-blinking light on the Nikon D5 guarantees ease of use even in the middle of the night.
Quick Store: The two-card slot drive allows you to use a SD UHS-II and an XQD for quick file save.
These are the very first Nikon D850 sample images. Stay tuned with us for more information after the official announcement.
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