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Nikon D850 : Specifications and Opinions




Nikon D850, front

Nikon D850, back

Nikon D850, top



The Nikon D850 is a reflex camera with FF (1.0x) sensor and 45.7 megapixels manufactured from 2017. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 32 - 102400 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 7 FPS x 51 RAW, 200 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 3500 €;
181 users have given it an average vote of 9.7 out of 10


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 Sensor
 Format   Fullframe, 36 x 24 mm (image ratio 3:2, crop factor 1.0x in comparison with FF)
 Resolution   45.7 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   32 - 102400
 File formats   JPEG, RAW

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/8000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 5 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   M, S, A, P
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Mount   Nikon F (click here to view al compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   No
 Autofocus (AF areas)   151
 Continuos shooting (with autofocus)   7 FPS x 51 RAW, 200 JPEG
 Continuos shooting (without autofocus)   7 FPS x 51 RAW, 200 JPEG
 Live View   Yes
 MLU/SS   Yes, Mirrok Lock Up
 Dust reduction   Yes
 Video mode   4K (3840 x 2160p) @ 30 FPS
 WiFi   Yes
 GPS   No
 USB   micro-USB (3.0)
 USB Charging   No

 Built and notes
 Touchscreen   Yes
 LCD   3.2", 720 x 480 pixels, articulated
 Viewfinder   Optical, coverage 100%, 0.75x
 Flash   No
 Storage   SD, SDHC, SDXC (UHS-II)
 Storage, Slot 2   XQD
 Shutter   Mechanical and electronic
 Battery   Li-Ion (Nikon EN-EL15a, capacity 13.30 Wh)
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   1015 g
 Dimensions   146 x 124 x 79 mm
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avatarsupporter
sent on February 08, 2019

Pros: Dynamic range. Sharpness. Color rendition. Excellent ergonomics in my hand. Weather sealing. Excellent auto focus especially in low light. Many advanced in camera features. Dedicated back button focus. Very good at high ISO considering almost 46mp. 7 frames a second without grip is incredible at almost 46mp.

Cons: Silly 2 different types of card slots. If like me you want the use second card slot as the backup card when on safari, the XQD card is only as good as the SD card for storage and speed of clearing buffer. Should really be 2 XQD cards in my opinion. Stupid prices for OEM battery grip. Despite Nikon advising same processor as D5 I do not think you should believe auto focus is as fast as D5.

Opinion: I have had this camera for almost a year and this is not the perfect DSLR neither do I believe there is such a camera. However, I think this is Nikon's best all around DSLR ever and for most people I cannot think you could want for much better. I rate this camera 9.5/10 because no camera is perfect but the D850 is very close!!! My primary DLSR for the next 5 years! I love my D750 but this camera is 20% better all around. Zero regrets purchasing this camera!

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avatarsupporter
sent on July 10, 2019

Pros: Excellent ergonomics in use with any type of lens, especially long ones, where a decent grip is mandatory and due. Maximum expression reflex of these years, I do not think you have to ask for anything else, it has just everything that it takes to take photographs. What Interests me. Excellent balance of white, improved a lot compared to the old pixels of the Nikon house, and finally orientable screen, which given the landscape vocation of the medium was required loudly, although in my opinion, it lightens a little the room structure making it a somewhat fragile point. In-room Focus Stacking, really interesting feature for landscape and macro, does everything on its own and you can set up to 200 consecutive and interspersed shots of how many seconds you prefer, as long as you use compatible AF-S or motorized lenses. Goodbye then macro slide for macro photographers. Well-cushioned shot of the pentamirror finally after two veraion of pixelated rooms, this does not give some sort of problems, really something welcome and strongly wanted on this type of cameras.

Cons: I can say that its Battery Grip and dedicated battery, if you want to reach 9fps, cost a lot, if we also add the original charger for the EN-EL4B/C, you really have to wonder if it's worth it. It certainly applies to those who have important and expensive kits of mirror lenses, and for those people who think they will stay with reflex for a long time to come. I myself love pentaprism vision and abhor the ML screen vision, which is unnatural and still contrived. It forces you to purchase XQD cards if you need a consistent burst, a sore note given the cost of them and the lack of availability on the market. With the new firmware, however, the use of cfexpress is available, which should be released at the end of 2019/early 2020, since it is also thought that the new ML machine bodies will be updated with this standard. Yield high iso slightly lower than the old D810. Many mpx on a CMOS are made to feel, although BSI, technology now at the pole and not easily improved in the future given the total exploitation of potential of this type of sensor. I shoot much louder than the old D810, also in Quiet function, a feature to be taken into account when buying.

Opinion: The use for a year now, combined with the D500 which has more bursts and AF, which I use for birds in flight, is a machine that returns files really rich in detail, especially if used in low iso, for landscape and study. I bought it for semistatic birdlife, and I would say that even in that area it behaves very well, it has many mpx, but it is also quite fast, something in which the D810 I had before was lacking. Setting AF and layout identical to D5/D500, when I switch from aps to this, and when I use telephoto lenses, I find myself perfectly in the feeling of use, having at hand all the settings that are totally customizable as on the flagship, except a little something , which of course the D5 has more. After having almost all the DX nikons and many FX (not flagships, however), I would like to say that it is the best machine I have had in my possession since I started with photography. It has condensed in fact all the peculiarities of the specialized rooms such as landscaping/sports allowing an allround use really with extreme satisfaction, I think one of the last reflex (will pass in full to ML in the next decade-I think) built with the sacred crims. If you are in Nikon, it is worth honoring to photograph with such a medium that it returns satisfaction whenever you make a photo output with the intention of expressing something with photography. It is certainly not a sollazzo machine given the grandeur and the quality of construction/heaviness. If you like well-built, solid objects, made to last and do one thing and well, buy it. You won't be disappointed.

avatarjunior
sent on March 10, 2019

Pros: Too long the list.

Cons: I don't see it at the moment, except maybe the weight, but not that much.

Opinion: I come from a D750, excellent machine, still after several years from its exit, and expectations with the transition to 850 were many, and at the time, were all respected. I think it is the best DSLR in the trade and the camera body, where the Nikon has really invested and brought relevant news. The white balance really amazed me, as well as the definition, the details, the sharpness. In The shooting phase, you can see the difference with the 750, but we have to consider when it is gone and despite everything continues very well to do its job, so that I will keep it as a second body. Of course you need optics minimum 2.8 and stabilized otherwise are pains and the blur remains lurking, but at the time I had no problems of any kind, and the autofocus is really exceptional. The things to say would still be many, but those who preceded me was better than me, what I mean is that this machine must be tried and used, only then you will appreciate the ability and goodness. I do a duty update, I used the machine in the studio with model, using fixed targets such as the 50mm sigma 1.4 art. and the Tamron 24-70 2.8 and the results, are from "licking their ears", photos, taken in raw, I would say that they only need a minimum of post, incredible, for the rest, sharpness, dynamic range, white balance and autofocus impeccable, the top really, This confirms what was previously stated.

avatarjunior
sent on November 25, 2018

Pros: 46 megapixel sensor, quality and high resolution images, versatility of use in FF and DX without compromises, same AF module of the flagship D5, burst RAW up to 9 fps, good value/performance/price

Cons: SD card slot little useful for photographic use, required last-generation pro lenses, burst at 9fps only with battery grip, buffer just enough

Opinion: As a NPS photographer I used all the Nikon Pro FF SLR cameras (from D3 to D4/D5) and DX (D300s, D500) and D8XX series (D810 and D850). After seven months of intense use of D850 with about 80,000 shots I can say that the D850 currently is the top FF SLR produced by Nikon and the best "handyman" SLR on the market. Two bodies in one, a 46 megapixel FF for high quality shots for large prints and crop pushed, a 20 megapixel DX to have a crop of 1.5 x directly in the car (basically it's like having a D500 inside). In this way in every situation we can choose the most suitable mode. I had for a year a D500 and I must say that the D850 in DX mode returns images of the same or higher level. The 46 megapixels of the sensor produce spectacular images with the most detail. This allows a crop in post production of more than 50% without loss of detail. Autofocus very fast and accurate and together with the new Expeed 5 processor is able to manager huge workflows without noticing anything during shooting. To have all this, however, we need to make compromises. With the D850, forget to have the simplicity of using a D5. The D850 need experience and you need to know how to choose the right optics otherwise you are likely to have poor results. I tried it with old-generation pro lenses and the results are pretty disappointing. It is perfect instead and from the best of SE with the latest generation of professional optics. For those who want to use it for wildlife photography The burst at 7fps is just enough and you need to reach the 9fps that you only have by purchasing the battery grip MB-D18 along with the battery EN-EL18 and the BL-5 connection all with an expense that gets to touch the €750. There are also commercially compatible battery grips from €100 but personally I bought one but the quality of the plastic and the attack very poor, much better than the original Nikon albeit at a cost of €400. The autofocus is very fast and precise much higher than the D4 and D810, at par with the D500 but not comparable to that of the D5 although the D850 shares the same AF module. ISO speech... improved a lot compared to the D8XX series but with 46 megapixels you can not ask to have the same sound result of a D5 view also the absence of the anti-aliasing filter. The D850 produces uncompressed RAW files that come to weigh 100 mega, it is almost mandatory to use the compressed mode "without-loss-data" even if the latter weigh 40-50 mega. A problem that is easily exceeded with PC of at least 4-8 gig of RAM and updating the software Nikon Capture NX. For the amount of work and the heaviness of the RAW the SD slot for photographic purposes is not useful (except using JPEG or for backing up an XQD card), with the XQD the D850 is lightning although this support is still very expensive on the market. In conclusion the D850 is an innovative professional camera and represents a world to itself, allows you to do everything in any kind of photographic. If someone asks the question: better the D850 or the D5? There is no answer, they are two different machines but the D850 allows you to do everything albeit with some compromise in contrast to the D5 that although it is the top of the line doubles and is limited to only 20 megapixels. I personally work with two D850 bodies instead of the D5 and D500 and I am fully satisfied.

avatarjunior
sent on November 22, 2018

Pros: Sensor, viewfinder, XQD

Cons: The SD card

Opinion: After having owned and used virtually all Nikon FX (D5 excluded) I can certainly say that the 850 is the Summa of the know how of the Japanese company. Galactic viewfinder if observed smoothly, if we then add the DK-17m takes you to paradise! Spectacular sensor, allows unthinkable recoverables on the raw and gives a sharpness that I thought impossible, if you use it with the optics that deserves to understand what I'm talking about. AF improved a lot and then there are a lot of features that I don't use, but that tell me to be trendy... I forgot, well did nikon to equip it with slots for the exceptional XQD, with the 2933x the car takes the flight, take off, and I'm not exaggerating. In fact, they could put two XQD slots and avoid the SD, old junk that has now made its course. And to those who object that the XQD cost'm opposing counsel that the 850 is certainly not cheap and that, if you want to give meaning to the money pulled out for purchase, you have to spend on appropriate cards and optics. Otherwise better a used 610, and go to the sail...




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