If you’re a photographer who is in the market for a new professional DSLR, or a hobbyist looking for more “serious” gear, then you might have heard that Nikon has a new camera in the works in the form of the Nikon D850, which the company has confirmed is real and does exist, although specs and design remain a bit of a mystery for now.


However thanks to images uploaded and shared on the digicamera.net forums (via Nikon Rumors) by user Hel_NiS, a p photo of the camera has found its way online. Unfortunately this photo does not show us the complete look of the camera, but for the most part it doesn’t look like Nikon will be changing the design of the camera too much.

The front and top portion of the camera where the Nikon branding is placed also seems to confirm that there will be no pop-up flash, but other than that we guess it shouldn’t be surprising that Nikon is sticking to the same design (maybe with some changes or variations) that they’ve been using for the past few years.

The D850 will be a new full-frame camera by Nikon and it is expected to introduce a 46MP sensor along with 4K video capture. It is also said to sport some features borrowed from the Nikon D5, and the rumored prices have hinted that this camera will not come cheap, but hopefully we’ll have the official details soon.

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