Nikon D850 launched with 45.7 Megapixel sensor and 4K Video recording option

Nikon released one more full frame DSLR the Nikon D850 today and it will go on sale from this September. The Nikon D850 is successor to the Nikon D810 and it will compete against the Canon 5D Mark IV. This Nikon D750 has some pretty amazing features which professionals might like a lot. So these are some of the key features of the Nikon D850.


The Nikon D850 has a 45.7 Megapixel full frame CMOS sensor and it sports the EXPEED 5 image processor. ISO range of the Nikon D850 is 64-25,600 and it can shoot high resolution RAW files at 7fps. It has 153 point autofocus system and out of them 99 points are cross type. The Nikon D850 has the ability to shoot 4K video at 30fps and 1080p video at 120fps. It will also let you capture 4K time-lapse video and the resolution can be boosted up to 8K in post production. The Nikon D850 also has 3 different options for RAW files in terms of size.

Coming to the body parts and functionality, it sports a 3.2 inch tiltable touchscreen display and an electronic shutter for live view mode for silent shooting. It has two memory card slots which support XQD and SD cards. Also it has Microphone, Headphone and HDMI ports. The Nikon D850 has built in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for Snapbridge.

Who is this for?

The Nikon D850 is priced at $3,299.95 which is almost equal to ₹2,24,300. So considering the price range we can say this camera is meant for the professionals. However, it can also be a good camera for the photography enthusiasts and video makers who want to use the 120fps 1080p videos for slow motion work.

That’s all about the Nikon D850. Let us know your thoughts about the camera and if you have any questions do let us know in the comments or email us at

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