Even a chump knows it’s not about how many megapixels you have, it’s what you do with them that counts. But when you’ve got as many as Nikon’s new D850 (£3500 body only) has, it certainly increases your options. As well as the 45.7MP full-frame sensor it comes with a native ISO range of 64 to 25,600, and the same ultra-reliable and super-sensitive 156-point autofocus system that you get on the D5. If you want to shoot 4K video the D850 can do it at 30fps, while its burst mode for stills tops out at 7fps. Sure, it’s got a lot of them, but the D850 is much more than just megapixels.
Nikon has announced the latest addition to its mirrorless Z camera series. The Z8 shares many features with the Nikon Z9 but is priced lower. It is considered a “creative successor” to the Nikon D850 camera, and is now available for pre-order, with shipments starting this month. Compared to the Z9, the Z8 body is […]
The godfather of the DSLR has just done the unimaginable, yet the highly and hotly anticipated, by launching its first full-frame mirrorless camera
Nikon D780 Review: Introduction Nikon remains committed to its DSLR system although it is true that the D780, which was announced in early 2020, was its last F-mount camera introduction. In the meantime, Nikon has added no fewer than seven Z-mount models including the hugely impressive Z9 that has revitalised the brand’s standing among discerning […]