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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 sample images

Nikon D850 sample images

Nikon D850 sample images

Nikon D850 sample images

Nikon D850 sample images

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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