Another Image of Nikon D850 Leaked

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The digicamera.net forum member Hel_NiS leaked another image of the upcoming Nikon D850 (D810 replacement) DSLR camera. We have seen the previous leaked presentation slides of the Nikon d850 camera. The new Nikon D850 is rumored to be announced on August 16, 2017.

Nikon D850 full specifications:

  • 45.75MP full frame CMOS sensor
  • 3.2″, 2.36-million-dot tilting LCD touchscreen with improved gesture control
  • 4K UDH video recording in FX with no crop
  • AF system from Nikon D5 (153 point AF system, with 30% wider coverage than the Nikon D810)
  • 0.75x magnification optical viewfinder–largest ever on FX
  • New and improved version of SnapBridge
  • Dual SD + XQD card slots: the same as Nikon D500
  • 51-image buffer (14-bit raw)
  • 7fps without grip, 9fps with grip (MB-D18a battery grip)
  • 8K timelapse shooting
  • Native ISO: 64-25600 (expandable to 32-108400)
  • No low-pass filter
  • No built-in GPS
  • No built-in flash
  • Back illuminated buttons
  • Joystick selector
  • Built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
  • No EVF or Hybrid Viewfinder
  • Slo-mo full HD 120fps video
  • The SD slot will support UHS-II
  • Improved LiveView split-screen display
  • Improved silent shooting mode
  • Improved battery life
  • Lighter than the D810
  • 180k RGB meter
  • No AA filter
  • Center AF point -4EV, and all others -3EV
  • Auto-focus-bracket mode–the camera can take up to 300 pictures, varying focus between from close-infinity. User can choose 10 levels of focus steps. Roughly 5 FPS, can be software stacked.
  • Fully-silent electronic shutter mode in live view. No mechanical movement. Can also shoot up to 30FPS for an 8MP image using the electronic shutter.
  • Very precise, small AF points. Display is 1/2 the length/width now
  • Variable sized raw: small, medium, large
  • Auto-Scene modes & improved white balance
  • Supports wireless trigger WT-7
  • The price will be around $3,600 USD

Nikon D810: $2,796.95 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama.

Via: NikonRumors, Digicamera.net

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