The Nikon D850 is a camera that Nikon has recently confirmed that they are working on. However despite the company making it announcement of the camera official, they have not really revealed much about it, save for the fact that it will be a full-frame camera that is also meant to be the successor to the D810.
That being said, the folks at Nikon Rumors have recently published a bunch of specs and features of the upcoming camera that will hopefully be proven true. Starting with what we’ve heard so far, the D850 is said to feature a 46MP full frame CMOS sensor and shares the same AF system as the Nikon D850.
It is also said to feature an improved version of SnapBridge, a tiltable LCD touchscreen display, and supports two sticks of memory cards. Other rumored features also suggests back illuminated buttons, a joystick selector, built-in Bluetooth and WiFi, 8K time-lapse video capabilities, 4K UHD video in FX format, slow-mo Full HD 120fps video, an improved LCD with twice the resolution of the D810, improved battery life, a lighter body, and shooting speeds of 8fps.
Sounds good, doesn’t it? Unfortunately it won’t come cheap either as Nikon Rumors has heard that the camera should be priced just under $4,000, or around $3,600 to be more specific. Clearly this isn’t aimed at amateurs but for the professional or serious hobbyist, it could be a worthy investment.