Today Nikon announced that they are working on another DSLR.

It’s called the Nikon D850 and is said to be the “next frontier in full-frame, high-resolution, high-speed SLR cameras” thanks to the inclusion of a range of “new technologies”.

However, aside from the official logo (pictured above), Nikon didn’t reveal much about the DSLR stating that it was still “in development”. Despite that, if their claims are true, this could be a very impressive camera.

It’s likely due to some recent rumours that suggested that the Nikon D810 will be replaced in September, it now seems that may be true and that replacement will be the D850.

According to leaks, it will feature either a 45 or a 46-megapixel sensor, improved high and low ISO levels from the D810 and a new version of SnapBridge.

We have also heard that there will be a tiltable LCD display, an SD and XQD memory card slot, and the same autofocus system that you will find in the Nikon D5.

As soon as we hear more official news about this new camera we will update you.

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