While Nikon might have confirmed that they are working on the Nikon D850 camera, apart from it being a full-frame camera that is the successor to the D810, the company stopped short of sharing the specs and features that we might be able to expect. However thanks to leaked slides, we might know more about the camera already.
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.
If you were thinking of getting your hands on either the 100th anniversary edition of the Nikon D5, or the recently launched Canon EOS 6D MK II, then you might be disappointed to learn that coincidentally enough both cameras have been announced as being delayed. These announcements were made by Nikon and Canon respectively on their websites.
So Nikon has confirmed that they have a new DSLR camera in the works in the form of the Nikon D850. This is supposed to be the successor to the Nikon D810 that was released several years ago, but apart from the camera featuring a full-frame sensor, not much is known about it save for some rumored specs and features.
So Nikon has officially announced that they are working on the Nikon D850, but the specs and features of the camera are still unknown. However one possible feature of the camera might have been uncovered as pointed out in a photo uploaded by Flickr user anankephi (via Peta Pixel).
Recently Nikon confirmed that they are working on a new camera that would be the successor to the Nikon D810. This will come in the form of the Nikon D850, and while the confirmation of the camera’s existence is great news, unfortunately not much is known about the camera or how it looks like, at least until now.
The Nikon D810 was originally announced back in 2014, which means that it is now 3 years old, and by camera standards it also means that it is prime for a successor. According to a report from Nikon Rumors, it seems that they can “confirm” that the successor to the Nikon D810 will be the Nikon D850.
The thing about buying a DSLR is that you typically need to be pretty sure of which brand you want. This is because buying a DSLR isn’t just about the camera, but also its lenses which typically don’t work on other brands unless you were to buy an adapter. For those who are Nikon fans, it seems that you guys can expect a new camera soon.
As you might have heard, Cano recently announced their latest full-frame DSLR in the form of the EOS 6D MK II. Given its specs and features, it is not surprising that it is pricey, but for amateurs on a budget or the casual photographer, perhaps such high-end specs aren’t necessary.
About a week ago, there were rumors that Canon had a new camera in the works in the form of the EOS 6D MK II. Photos and specs of the camera were leaked, and for those who are wondering about the camera, wonder no more as Canon has since officially taken the wraps off their latest DSLR.
The Canon EOS 6D MK II is a camera that we’ve been hearing a bit about in recent times, and for those wondering about the specs and how the camera might look like, you’re in luck because a post on Nokishita Camera (via Photo Rumors), photos and detailed specs about the upcoming camera have been revealed.
Word on the street is that Canon has a new DSLR in the works in the form of the Canon EOS 6D MK II. We’ve heard some rumors about the camera, but the folks at Canon Rumors have since published a blog post in which additional details have been revealed, such as its specs and also potential pricing.
If you wished that Canon would introduce articulating LCD screens to its full-frame cameras, your wish could soon be granted. In a report from Canon Rumors, they have heard from sources that the upcoming Canon EOS 6D MK II could indeed be packing an articulating LCD called the Vari-Angle LCD.
The other day thanks to a leaked image, it was revealed that Nikon had a new DSLR in the works by the name of the Nikon D7500. If you are in the market for a new DSLR camera, then you might be interested to learn that shortly following the leak, Nikon has officially taken the wraps off the Nikon D7500.