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Nikon D850 Press Release Photos Leaked Ahead Of Announcement

Tyler Lee August 22, 2017

The Nikon D850 exists and we know that because back in July, Nikon confirmed that they are working on it and that the camera is expected to be the successor to the Nikon D810 from a few years ago. However apart from that confirmation, things like specs and also photos of the camera have yet to be revealed, or at least until now.

The folks at Nikon Rumors have recently managed to get their hands on a bunch of photos that appear to be part of the press release that Nikon is expected to put out in the near future, meaning that this is as official as it gets. According to Nikon, the D850 will be a full-frame camera, but the company stopped short of actually sharing specs like megapixel count, shooting speeds, and so on.

However if the rumors are accurate, the D850 is said to sport a 45-46MP full-frame sensor and will apparently be borrowing certain features from the higher-end Nikon D5. In fact previous reports have gone as far as calling the D850 a “baby” version of the D5, so we guess if you wanted some of the D5’s features but didn’t want to spend the money, the D850 could be a good (and cheaper) alternative.

In any case with all these leaks we expect that an official announcement could be made soon, so do check back with us in the coming days/weeks for the details if there are any to be had.

Nikon D850 Press Release Photos Leaked Ahead Of Announcement , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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New Nikon D850 Photo Leaked

Tyler Lee August 14, 2017

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.

New Nikon D850 Photo Leaked , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Leaked Translated Nikon D850 Slides Confirms Its Specs

Tyler Lee August 11, 2017

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 slides were posted in Chinese but a translation by Nikon Rumors has confirmed some of the camera’s specs. For starters the camera will feature a 45.7MP sensor which is in line with the earlier rumors that suggested anywhere between 45-46MP. The slides also confirm a 3.2-inch touchscreen LCD display that can be tilted.

The D850 also appears to be capable of shooting at 9fps when combined with a battery pack, support 8K timelapse capture, 4K video capture, an ISO range of 64 up to 25,600, a 153-point AF system, and a 180,000 RGB sensor. For those most part this is in line with what we’ve heard, although it seems that an earlier report of a hybrid viewfinder could have been false.

There is still no word on when Nikon is expected to fully unveil the D850, but given the leaked specs and the photos, it does seem to suggest that we could be nearing an official announcement, so check back with us in the near future for more updates.

Leaked Translated Nikon D850 Slides Confirms Its Specs , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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More Alleged Nikon D850 Features/Specifications Leaked

Tyler Lee August 1, 2017

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.

More Alleged Nikon D850 Features/Specifications Leaked , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Nikon And Canon Announce Delays For Some Of Their Cameras

Tyler Lee July 31, 2017

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.

According to Nikon’s website and based on the translation, it reads, “Regarding the following models that were scheduled to be released on July 28, we will postpone the release in early August, as it takes time to final adjust the product. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience incurring a great deal to customers waiting for product launch.”

As for Canon, note that the delay only seems to apply to the EOS 6D MK II with the kit lens bundle. Canon’s website reads, “Digital SLR camera that we are planning to release on August 4 EOS 6D Mark II · EF 24-70 F4L IS USM Lens Kit We are currently receiving very many orders that exceed the plan and deliver goods It is expected that you will receive your time.”

Based on the wording it seems that this only applies to those who want to purchase the camera with the kit lens, which means that if you don’t mind body-only then you might be able to get your hands on it earlier.

Nikon And Canon Announce Delays For Some Of Their Cameras , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Nikon D850 Rumored To Be The ‘Baby’ Version Of The D5

Tyler Lee July 31, 2017

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.

Unfortunately it seems that we will still have to wait for Nikon to unveil more details, but in the meantime the folks at Nikon Rumors have published some additional details about the camera, which according to them will basically result in the D850 being a “baby” version of the D5, which is one of Nikon’s higher-end cameras.

According to the report, the D850 will feature 10fps shooting speeds, which might be useful for those looking to shoot action or sports photos. It is also rumored to sport a 46MP full-frame sensor, and that it will apparently be priced at 1,000 Euros more than that of the D810. In fact it seems that the launch of the D850 will not see the D810 being discontinued as it has been rumored that both cameras will exist side-by-side.

Recently there have been rumors to suggest that the D850 could sport a hybrid viewfinder system that combines an OVF with an EVF, but there has been some skepticism about those claims, but either way take it with a grain of salt for now.

Nikon D850 Rumored To Be The ‘Baby’ Version Of The D5 , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Nikon D850 Could Potentially Come WIth A Hybrid Viewfinder

Tyler Lee July 27, 2017

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).

The photo is actually based on a leaked press render that was uploaded by Nikon Rumors just the other day, and according to anankephi, he points out to the viewfinder section in the photo in which there are two circular cutouts on either side. You might assume that these are just screw holes to keep the viewfinder in place, but it has since been speculated that these are actually eye detection sensors that could activate the EVF in the camera.

This has also led to speculation that the D850 could be packing a hybrid system that combines an OVF with an EVF. For the most part, DSLRs usually come with an OVF, whilst mirrorless cameras sport an EVF. The argument to be made is that OVFs have pretty much no lag, but what you see in the frame might not necessarily be the same once the shutter button has been pressed.

EVFs on the other hand allow photographers to capture exactly what they see, although the downside is that if you’re trying to pan around with an EVF, you will notice some lag. A hybrid viewfinder system could offer photographers the best of both worlds, and possible allow them to toggle between either system. Like we said Nikon has yet to share any official details so take it with a grain of salt for now.

Nikon D850 Could Potentially Come WIth A Hybrid Viewfinder , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Alleged Nikon D850 Press Photos Leaked

Tyler Lee July 26, 2017

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 folks at Nikon Rumors have managed to get their hands on what appears to be leaked press photos of the upcoming camera. For the most part it seems that the design of the camera hasn’t changed much, but then again DSLRs have largely sported similar-ish designs so we doubt that Nikon would have broken away from tradition.

However the photos, if real and accurate, shows off a tilting LCD display which is one of the camera’s rumored features. It also seems that the pentaprism used in the D850 differs from other Nikon DSLRs, like the Nikon D5 and the D810, the latter of which had a built-in pop-up flash, while the D850 seems to have done away with it.

The D850 will be a full-frame camera and its megapixel count is said to be between 45-46 megapixels, but Nikon hasn’t confirmed it yet. It is also rumored to sport the same AF system as the Nikon D5, and will feature an improved version of Snapbridge. There is no specific date on the full unveiling, so check back with us in the coming days/weeks for the details.

Alleged Nikon D850 Press Photos Leaked , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Nikon D850 ‘Confirmed’ To Replace The D810

Tyler Lee July 24, 2017

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.

This is actually not the first time we’ve heard about the camera’s successor, but many had assumed that the successor would be known as the Nikon D820, which we guess makes sense. We’re not sure why Nikon is making such a big jump in terms of model numbers, but we guess we’ll just have to wait and see if the rumors pan out.

In terms of specs, not much is known at the moment. However previously we had heard that the camera could pack a 45-46MP sensor, improved low and high ISO, a tiltable LCD display, and support for two memory card slots, and that it will most likely use the same AF system found in the Nikon D5. Other than that it’s really anyone’s guess.

We have also heard the rumors that the camera could be officially announced towards the end of July, which is next week, so hopefully we won’t have to wait much longer to get all the official details.

Nikon D850 ‘Confirmed’ To Replace The D810 , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Nikon D810’s Successor Rumored For End Of July

Tyler Lee June 29, 2017

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.

According to a report from Nikon Rumors, it seems that the Nikon D810’s replacement has been rumored for a launch towards the later part of July and will be shipping out to customers in September. No specific dates have been mentioned, but Nikon Rumors thinks that is likely, or if there is a delay it might be pushed to August instead.

The camera in question is expected to be called the D820 and according to the rumored specifications, it will feature a 45-46MP sensor, improved low and high ISO, a newer and improved version of SnapBridge, a tiltable LCD display, two memory card slots, and it will use the same AF system as the Nikon D5. There will not be built-in GPS unfortunately.

Take it with a grain of salt for now, but the Nikon D810 was originally announced back in 2014 which means that by DSLR standards, it is due for an upgrade.

Nikon D810’s Successor Rumored For End Of July , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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