This week, Nikon announced the launch of their latest DSLR, the Nikon D850.
This DSLR is aimed at the pro level market and comes with the specs and the price to go alongside that, starting at £3,499 and featuring a back-illuminated FX-format 45.7-megapixel CMOS sensor.
Alongside that, Nikon built in a new gapless on-chip lens architecture that enables that sensor to capture “exceptional detail and incredible dynamic range”, with files up to 45.4-megapixel.
They also boosted frame rates up to 9 fps when you use their new MB-D18 Multi-Power Battery Pack, and the DSLR is also capable of recording full-frame videos at 4K without any crop factor, as well as 4K timelapse movies right from the DSLR itself, no need for extra accessories.
And that’s still not all.
The D850 can also shoot RAW size images in it’s Large, Medium or Small Silent Photography mode, which they say will deliver ultra-sharp resolution shooting without any shutter noise, perfect for those people who hate the shutter sound or who need to be a bit more inconspicuous.
It also features a new Pinpoint AF mode in the Live View mode that makes macro shooting more precise and Nikon say that it is the first DSLR to “boast an in-camera focus-stacking mode for exceptionally sharp images with vast depth of field”.
You can pre-order the camera today from a number of retailers for £3,499. If you would like to find out more beforehand, be sure to hit up the source link.