The Nikon D850 is the latest DSLR from Nikon. This highly advanced professional camera delivers the highest resolution from Nikon with a 46 megapixels BSI-CMOS sensor having a wide ISO 64-25600, expandable to ISO 32-102400, sensitivity range. The sensor is paired with the latest EXPEED 5 processor to deliver a speedy 7 FPS at full-resolution and even gets a boost to 9 FPS when used with the optional grip and a more powerful battery, all still at 46 MP per frame.
This DSLR is the first Nikon to record 4K Ultra-HD video from the full-width of its sensor. It can do so at 30 FPS and produce in-camera Time-Lapse 4K video or capture frames for an 8K Time-Lapse to be assembled by computer. The Interval Timer on the D850 is incredibly sophisticated with unique options available, many are also applicable to in-camera Time-Lapse. The D850 also included Focus Bracketing with quite a few options.
An in-depth review of the Nikon D850 was just published at Neocamera. It goes through all the capabilities of the camera and analyses its ergonomics, usability and performance. As a change of scenery from the extreme cold we are having in Canada, the gallery of the Nikon D850 review is entirely shot in Jamaica.