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Sony a7R III ties Nikon D850 and scores 100 on DxOMark test

A few weeks back, DxOMark published their sensor rating for Nikon D850. The newest Nikon DSLR won the impressive 100, and now it “meets its mirrorless match.” Sony a7R III has also scored 100 at DxO’s tests, and it’s now it’s the highest-scoring mirrorless full-frame camera on DxoMark. Show More Summary

Nikon D850 review for wildlife photography

It’s finally here! The long awaited Nikon D850 review is finally finished! It took me 11 states, two countries, eight weeks, and 16,000 images to get it done, but here it is! This is a true field test loaded with real world examples,...Show More Summary

Hasselblad X1D beats Nikon D850 with 102 points at DxO

Just 20 days ago, Nikon D850 was crowned the best DSLR ever, according to DxO tests. It was the first camera to reach the overall score of 100, but now there’s a new winner. Hasselblad X1D-50c, medium format mirrorless camera, has won the overall score of 102. Show More Summary

The Nikon D850 has the first DSLR sensor to score 100 points on DxOMark

It probably wasn’t going to be much of a surprise for the new Nikon D850 to do rather well on DxOMark. The pixel peeper’s favourite website rates it as being the best overall sensor on the market, scoring it at a pretty perfect 100.Show More Summary

The Nikon D850 has the same autofocus system as the D5 but it’s not as good

We know that the Nikon D850 autofocus system isn’t that great for video. This wasn’t really going to be much of a surprise. But it seems that it’s not as quite good as it could be when it comes to stills, either. The Nikon D850 autofocus...Show More Summary

Nikon couldn’t seem to find a woman photographer, so women photographers let them have it

Nikon has been in hot water after it posted a photo of the venerable photographers it asked to test its new D850 camera. Out of 32 photographers, not a single one was a woman. Not one. Perhaps women lack the correct appendage to operate...Show More Summary

Nikon promotes new camera with 32 male photographers, claims no women could make the time

Things are not looking good for Nikon.  The Japanese camera maker has come under fire after it launched a campaign featuring 32 professional photographers across the Asia-Pacific testing its new D850 camera. SEE ALSO: This sexist column...Show More Summary

Community reacts fiercely as Nikon promotes D850 with 32 men and 0 women

There’s been quite a hype about the new Nikon D850. Even me, generally not obsessed with gear, am thinking of saving up and treat myself with this beast of a camera someday. But, judging from the list of Nikon Asia, Middle East and Africa Ambassadors – this camera may not be for women. Show More Summary

Nikon's D850 Is Stealing Some Of The Mirrorless Camera's Best Features

DSLR cameras, the big bulky Nikon and Canon cameras you see photographers and your cousin Mimi rocking at weddings, aren't going to go away any time soon, but mirrorless cameras, like the excellent Sony A9, have gotten good enough to make the Nikons and Canons of the world scared. Show More Summary

Nikon apologises for pre-order delays due to being sold out of the new D850

Well, it looks like the Nikon D850 is a big hit, if the pre-order is anything to go by. Nikon have actually sold out of all of their pre-order stock, and have issued a notice apologising for expected shipping delays. I suppose it’s not...Show More Summary

These are the first hi-res sample images from Nikon D850

The new Nikon D850 has many praised features, image quality and file size being among them. The camera features 45.7 MP backside illuminated sensor and allows shooting three sizes of RAW files. Until you get your hands on this camera, you can see the sample images from Nikon Imaging Japan and Dan Vojtech. Show More Summary

Nikon’s new D850 DSLR features an entirely Nikon designed sensor

One of the biggest pieces of D850 speculation floating around the Internet the last few days seems to be about the sensor. Specifically, who makes it. And no, it’s not Sony. Nikon have actually designed their own sensor for the D850, according to a Q&A session with Imaging Resource. Show More Summary

Nikon D850 doubles as 35mm film scanner with ES-2 adapter

Nikon D850 was officially announced yesterday, and we went through all of its features. The camera undoubtedly thrilled many digital photographers, but there’s another useful feature occasional film photographers will find useful. With the optional ES-2 film digitizing adapter, Nikon D850 doubles as a 45.7 MP film scanner. Show More Summary

Nikon D850 Camera

The D850 rocks a full-frame 45.7mp, backside-illuminated sensor designed to capture incredible dynamic range and detail. It also shoots 8K and 4K time-lapse movies, as well as 4K UHD at 30fps and 1080p video at 120fps. Shoots stills at up to 7fps at full resolution.

The New Nikon D850 – 45.7 MP of Goodness

4 months agoArts / Photography : Photoinduced

Nikon, I just can’t quit you! Don’t think I ever will. This new, long awaited D850, coming in at an MSRP of about $3300, (wasn’t that what the D810 was?) clocks in with some amazing specs. OK, first some photos. Remember to go to a live streaming Nikon event which will take place on August […]

Nikon reveals D850 full-frame DSLR megapixel monster

4 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Nikon is about to unleash its latest high resolution full-frame DSLR, the D850. As well as boasting a monstrous 47.5 megapixel count, the prosumer camera is also a quick snapper, features 153-point AF, can handle 4K video, and promises...Show More Summary

Here are the first hands-on previews of Nikon D850

Nikon D850 is officially out, and according to the specs, it’s pretty impressive. But other than just reading the specs, it’s great to see the camera in action. Therefore, we bring you a couple of hands-on videos taken by different photographers, displaying the features of the Nikon’s latest full-frame DSLR. Show More Summary

Nikon D850 officially announced: 4K UHD video, 8K timelapse, US price $3,300

Nikon D850 is finally here. After the leaked specs and photos, here comes the official announcement from Nikon, along with the detailed specs and the price. The D850 is Nikon’s first DSLR with a backside illumination CMOS sensor. Together...Show More Summary

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