Nikon has set a new benchmark for DSLR image quality and super high-resolution photography when it launched its D850 as the next evolution in high-resolution DSLRs. The D850 was the first DSLR by Nikon to feature a back-illuminated image sensor. Targeted at sports and action photographers, Nikon D850 is available at high prices in Pakistan.
Pros & Cons
Full-frame 45,7MP image sensor
Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity
Robust and weather-sealed design
Proven and sophisticated AF system
Lacks built-in flash
Contrast detection only in Live View focus
Unreliable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connection
Packed with remarkable advancements such as the sensor design, autofocus, dynamic range, sensitivity, Speedlight control, battery life, shutter and mirror drive mechanisms, Silent Photography in Live-View mode, focus shift capability and more, the D850 might be the most well-rounded DSLR you will ever need.
Build & Design
The Nikon D850 features a rugged build and is made out of a robust magnesium alloy. The camera received end-to-end weather and dust sealing and also comes with a redesigned grip, making it easier and more comfortable to hold the camera over extended periods of time.
Nikon D850 is a brilliant camera that allows photographers to capture fast action in 45.7 megapixels of full-frame back-illuminated sensor (BSI) stunning resolution. The D850 boasts a brand new 45.4MP full-frame CMOS sensor featuring a microlens technology that delivers exceptional sharpness and incredible dynamic range. It has an ISO sensitivity with a native range of ISO64-25,600.
The Nikon D850 features an extended sensitivity range up to an ISO equivalent of 108,400 (Hi2). The D850 comes endowed with a brilliant 153-point AF system that features 99 cross-type AF points for greater precision and a capability of focusing in the lowest of lighting conditions. This makes for one of the most broad-gauged and trailblazing systems out there!
4K & Time Lapse Video Shooting
D850 can shoot 4K UHD at up to 30p and also lower-resolution video including Full HD footage in 60p while he 8K UHD timelapse movies can be created in-camera.