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Nikon D850 Release Date, Weight, Specs [2023 Review] - TechPro

Nikon D850 Release Date, Weight, Specs [2023 Review]


Nikon D850 Release Date, Weight, Specs [2023 Review]

Nikon D850 Full-frame is one of the best DSLRs in recent times (2023), which was released in 2017 (exact release date 24 August 2017). D850 is a member of Nikon’s D800 series – according to 2023, it is the latest model of this series. D850 comes as a successor to the Nikon D810 DLSR with a couple of advanced features. Is Nikon d850 a professional camera? Is it suited for beginners? Let’s look glance at this D850’s Review!

Nikon D850 Still & Video Details Overview

This Camera has high-end Professional grade video specs that make Nikon D850 Great for Video capturing. This high-performance camera features a 45.7-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor without an optical low-pass filter, and this Nikon D850 megapixel & sensor allows for sharper and more detailed images. It offers 4K UHD video recording in multiple frame rates and formats, including uncompressed output via HDMI. Additionally, it supports slow-motion video at 120fps in 1080p – Nikon D850’s resolution enables smooth and detailed footage for creative slow-motion effects. The camera also introduces a new focus peaking aid, enhancing precision in manual focusing. The D850 camera has a full-frame sensor, measuring 35.9mm x 23.9mm, equivalent to the size of a standard 35mm film frame. This Nikon D850 sensor size enables better low-light performance, depth of field control, and a wider field of view compared to cameras with smaller sensors.

The Nikon D850 provides electronic image stabilization (VR) specifically for 1080p DX format video, resulting in a noticeable and effective reduction of camera shake during video recording. The Nikon D850 includes the advanced EXPEED 5 image processor, ensuring fast and efficient image and video processing. The camera also comes with Active D-Lighting that you can adjust to five different levels. With its 180K pixel RGB metering system, the D850 camera takes into account a wide variety of shooting situations and ensures accurate exposure and white balance. The Nikon D850 provides a native ISO range of 64-25600, adjustable in fine increments for precise exposure control, and also expands the ISO range from 32 to 102400.

Battery Life, Connectivity & Other

The Nikon D850 boasts an impressive battery life, allowing for approximately 1840 shots on a single charge with the reliable EN-EL15a battery pack. Nikon D850 offers built-in wireless connectivity (Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, NFC, and Bluetooth 4.1 LE) for seamless connection to compatible devices, and it also features HDMI and USB 3.0 ports for additional connectivity options.

The Nikon D850 camera has an interchangeable lens system with a Nikon F-mount, allowing users to attach various lenses. Additionally, it maintains a focal length multiplier of 1x and supports manual focus, providing precise control over focusing. The Nikon D850 provides a wide shutter speed range of 30 seconds to 1/8000 seconds, including bulb mode for long exposures. It achieves a continuous shooting speed of 7 frames per second, expandable to 9 frames per second with a battery grip, capturing up to 51 frames in 14-bit lossless RAW or 170 frames in 12-bit lossless RAW format.

NOTE: Our information not be 100% accurate, can changes time to time.

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Nikon D850 Specs

General Info
Brand Nikon
Model Nikon D850
Release date 24-08-2017
Body Type Mid-size SLR
Status In stock
Image Quality
Shutter Speed (MIN)30s – ( MAX)1/8000s
Continuous Shooting 7.0 fps
Shutter Priority YES
Aperture Priority  YES
Image Stabilization NO
Manual Exposure Mode & Exposure Compensation  YES
Custom White Balance  YES
AE Bracketing  YES
WB Bracketing YES
Max Image Resolution 8256 x 5504
Native ISO 64-25600
Boosted ISO 32-102400
Video Quality
Video Resolutions 3840 x 2160 @ 30p, MOV, H.264, Linear PCM
Video Formats MPEG-4
Microphone Port YES
Headphone Port YES
Sensor Type BSI-CMOS
Sensor Size Full-frame
Sensor Dimensions 35.9 x 23.9 mm
Sensor Resolution 46 megapixels
Sensor Area 858.01mm2
Screen Tilting
Touch Screen YES
Screen Size 3.20″
Live View YES
Resolution 2,359k dots
Viewfinder Optical (pentamirror)
Resolution no electronic viewfinder
Coverage 100%
Magnification 0.75x
Lens Mount Nikon F
Focal Length Multiplier 1x
Macro Focus Range N/A
Manual Focus YES
Built-in Flash NO
External Flash YES
Flash Modes Front-curtain sync (normal), Rear-curtain sync, Red-eye reduction, Red-eye reduction with slow sync, Slow sync
Flash Range no built-in flash
Flash Sync Port YES
Max Flash Sync 1/250s
USB USB 3.0 (5 GBit/sec)
Built-in Wireless (Wi-fi) YES
Bluetooth Connectivity YES
Autofocus AF Touch, AF Continuous, AF Single, AF Tracking, AF Selective, AF Center, AF Multi Area, AF Live View, AF Face Detection, AF Contrast Detection, AF Phase Detection
Lacks N/A
Focus Points 153
Cross Focus Points 99
Battery Model EN-EL15a
Battery Life 1840 shots
Battery Type Battery Pack
Physical Info
Environmental Sealing YES
Weight 1015g
Dimensions 146 x 124 x 79mm
Water Proof NO
Dust Proof NO
Shock Proof NO
Crush Proof NO
Freeze Proof NO
Storage Slots 2
Storage Type SD/SDHC/SDXC (UHS-II supported) + XQD
GPS None