Nikon D850 is here with 45.7MP Full Frame sensor, 4K video

August 24th, 2017   decode   Android 7.1

The Nikon D850 is here to replace the three year old D810 at the helm of Nikon’s high-resolution lineup.

The Nikon D850 has a 45.7MP FX (full frame) BSI CMOS sensor without a low-pass filter, the first backside-illuminated sensor in Nikon’s lineup, can capture 7 frames a second stills (8fps with the new MB-D18 grip), has a base ISO of 64 and tops out at ISO 25,600, natively.

The D850 shares the EXPEED 5 processor as well as the 153-point focusing system of the Nikon D5, which has 99 cross type sensors (15 of which can focus at f/8).

Nikon D850

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