Nikon D850



Digital SLR, CMOS, 30-1/8000, 45.7 MP, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 915g

Nikon D850 properties

Product name D850
Type Digital SLR
Lens Body only
Compatible lenses Nikon F
Memory Cards SD, SDHC, SDXC, XQD
Features Bluetooth, Wi-Fi
Viewfinder LCD/OLED
Shutter Speed 30-1/8000 bps
Auto Focus Yes
AF points 153
Image Stabilization No
Max Picture Resolution 8256×5504 pixels
Image File Format DCF, EXIF, JPEG, RAW, TIFF
Flash Sync Speed 1/250 sec
Battery Type Li-ion rechargeable
Display Size 3.2 “
Max Video Resolution 3840×2160 (4K)
Video resolutions (fps) 3840×2160, 1920×1080, 1280×720 (59.94, 50, 29.97, 25, 23.976fps)
Video File Format MOV, MP4
Audio File Format AAC, PCM
Sensor Type CMOS
Effective Pixels 45.7 MP
Total Pixels 46.89 MP
ISO Rating 64/100/200/400/800/1600/3200/6400/12800/25600/102400
Weight 915.0 g
Dimensions (HxWxD) 124x146x79 mm
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3 reviews for Nikon D850

  1. Sebastian Morgan

    The camera does not require additional positive reviews apart from those already on the web. After switching from D700, the difference is noticeable, and I haven’t noticed the flaws yet, but I only managed to take a few test photos. Lots of options and settings, despite the changes in the keyboard compared to my predecessor – more refined arrangement and intuitive operation. I will be able to write more after taking a few sessions

  2. Jaden Mason

    Despite two service actions and a free buffer, I decided to buy the D750 because:
    – it has a very good grip – I compared it with the D810 and the D750 is better in the hand, but it still requires the purchase of a grip, because when using the camera with heavy glasses the body is less well balanced
    – has usable ISO 6400 that does not lose quality (RAW processing)

    I use the camera for sports photos, for which it is completely unsuitable, due to the clogging buffer (I take pictures in RAW (14bit)).
    I bought it because I needed to switch to FX and the $ 2,000 cacheback price is very attractive 🙂

  3. Miron

    An almost perfect camera for a professional hybrid shooter. I use 70% for photos and 30% for video. At the same time, I am still using 5d III (over 400,000 mileage) and I am switching to Sony more and more. Works well with Canon lenses through Sigma MC-11, e.g. 85 1.2l has more reliable AF on Sony than on 5D III. The body is very light, comfortable for traveling. Nice 28mm 2.0 street setup from Sony.

    Very long battery life, in my applications twice as long as predicted by the manufacturer. The only thing I miss is 4K in 60 frames and the screen tilted to the side.

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