Updated on August 14th, 2017:
Over the last few weeks, we talked about the Nikon D850 full frame camera that looks very interesting. After leaking in very first images and rumored specs, now China has leaked out what should be the official Nikon D850 specifications in leaked presentation slide show images, that you can see in the video below:
Updated on July 28, 2017:
The first Nikon D850 images leaked on the web, the development of the camera was officially announced this week during the company’s 100th anniversary.
The images have been published by Nikon Rumors and show the front, top and back sides of the camera. We would like to remind you that the D850 will replace the D810 and use a full-frame sensor whose resolution is yet to be unveiled. Leaked images would seem to confirm the use of articulated LCD screen. Nikon has also announced the ability to record 8K resolution time-lapse videos.
Updated on July 25, 2017:
Alleged Nikon D810 is getting an original name Nikon D850 and now Nikon has revealed the development of the much-awaited D850.
In a press release, Nikon has announced the development of the next generation full-frame, high-resolution, high-speed digital SLR cameras with the upcoming release of the highly anticipated Nikon D850.
This announcement coincides with Nikon’s 100th anniversary of its establishment, which is celebrated today. As of now Nikon didn’t reveal any real details about the D850 but says that it will be a “formidable tool for creators who will not compromise on exceptional image quality and versatility’ and that it will incorporate ‘new technologies, features and performance enhancements that are a direct result of feedback from users.”
The D850 is the successor to the D810, which has been highly praised by its users for offering extremely sharp and clear rendering, with rich tone characteristics. This powerful new FX-format digital SLR camera is engineered with a range of new technologies, features and performance enhancements that are a direct result of feedback from users, who demand the very best from their camera equipment. The D850 will exceed the expectations of the vast range of photographers that seek the high resolution and high-speed capabilities that only a Nikon of this caliber complemented by NIKKOR lenses can offer.
New information on Nikon’s next-generation Full frame DSLR, replacing the Nikon D810 that was launched three years ago, will be called Nikon D850 rather than code-named D820 as leaked in the past. There is still not much information as well as Nikon D850 specifications, but perhaps its launch will be scheduled on July 25 this month, means yesterday which is also the day of Nikon’s 100th anniversary.
Nikon D850 Specifications (leak)
- 52MP Full-Format CMOS Sensor (35.9 x 24mm)
- ISO range 102100 to ISO 3280000
- EXPEED 5 Image Processor
- No Optical Low Pass Filter
- SnapBridge with many new features
- Internal UHD 4K Video
- Tilt screen
- New Multi-CAM AF Sensor
- Similar focus system as Nikon D5
- No GPS
- Two memory card slots (1x SD, 1x XQD)
Upcoming D850 Exif details are surfacing over the internet, but this EXIF details can be easily edited with the help of softwares like jHead and ExifTool.