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- Great for video
- Excellent color and dynamic range
- Weather sealing is excellent
- Fast autofocus
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A total game changer -- almost perfect
I have owned a lot of digital cameras over the years - Nikon D50, D90, D3, D800, Df, Canon 5DMKIII, etc. Some of those cameras have disappointed -- the D90 with it's CMOS sensor seemed less sharp than the old school CCD in the D50, and even the D800 with its antialias filter seemed less sharp than I...
Exceeded my expectations, great camera
After a few months of almost daily use, I can confidently rate this camera as the best camera I have ever owned. I have used it in the rain, in the salt spray from ocean waves and the mist from waterfalls, it has held up well and it's weather sealing is excellent. The color and dynamic range are ama...
Nikon D850 Hands-On Field Test (In Bend, Oregon)
What i really love about the 850 - i think more than anything else is that nikon just said: hey, let's not play this game where we make people wanting for some features, and you know only excited about others. Let's just give them everything that we can and i feel that's the greatest hallmark of this camera nikon has given you everything that they possibly have in their technological wheelhouse.
A True Step up in Nikons Lineup
I have now had the camera for a few days and wanted to give my initial thoughts on the D850. I am upgrading from the D810 and will give the review from this perspective. The overall feel is very similar with a few small changes. The grip feels thinner but deeper and most people find it more pleasant...
This is not a bad review of this camera. This is a bad review of Amazon.
Don't buy this camera from Amazon. I don't know WHAT happened here, but this $3,000 camera showed up in a large and noticeably dented box with a just few totally deflated air sacs keeping it from being shattered. The other parts to this camera were strewn about the inside and it was missing VITAL pi...
The Camera Nikon Needed to Release
This is the camera Nikon needed to release. Please allow me to explain. Over the last 12-18 months I have found myself migrating away from my D750. For our production company I do about 50% stills and about 50% video. For video I use my GH5 - which for video - is a unbelievable. However.... it isn't...
Beyond disappointed. This camera has given me problems from the start. I already serviced it once with Nikon; the problems are solved temporarily and then return. I am convinced I got a bad copy of the camera. Back focusing, noisy at ISO 125, motion blur on still subjects... I’m so unhappy with this...
The grip is nice and deep
Admittedly, it's an upgrade from a D5300 and only my second DSLR, but it's flexibility has sold me. The grip is nice and deep, which makes it pretty comfortable. I accidentally tested the weather sealing a tiny bit when a mild sprinkling of rain happened on a hike, but it shrugged it off. I'm sure t...
This is my 7th Nikon DSLR body, starting from a d70 many years ago. All have been incrementally better than the last. This D850 is to compliment my D4S and replace (probably) my D800E. This is the first time I've felt that a new body was a total game changer. Short of the lack of an integrated verti...