Professional photographers and serious hobbyists alike will be able to expand their photographic expressions with the latest addition to Nikon’s strong line-up of DSLR cameras the Nikon B850. A highly anticipated successor to the widely popular FX-format D810 released in 2014, the Nikon D850 is engineered with advanced features that deliver versatility and uncompromised performance.

A massive 45.7MP sensor finds its way into the Nikon D850

A massive 45.7MP sensor finds its way into the Nikon D850

The Nikon D850 excels across stills and video shooting, geared towards the growing segment of hybrid photographers in wedding photography, and also of those in the genres of nature, sports, and commercial. Sporting a massive 45.7MP sensor, the highest resolution camera by Nikon to date, you can expect incredible detail and colour reproduction. With an initial ISO range of 64-25600 the D850 can be pushed further and lower to 32-102400.

On the back you'll find a 3.2-inch tilt-screen (2539K)

On the back you’ll find a 3.2-inch tilt-screen (2539K)

An incredible 153 AF points is also present on the D850 and the camera also sports a full 4K UHD sensor. When bumping the resolution down to 1080p you can take shots at 120FPS’ for interesting and creative slow mo shots. On regular use the D850 is capable of shooting at 7FPS, but with the optional battery pack accessory, it can be bumped up to 9FPS. Lest we forget, the battery life is rated to give the D850 1,840 shots and 5,140 shots with the battery pack.

“This year marks out Hundredth year of operations and this is something we are certainly proud of. Since our establishment in 1917, Nikon has maintained its position as a pioneer of optical technologies not only in Japan but also globally. As we continue to push boundaries of creativity, we have sought to provide a wide range of technologies, products and services to serve and propel the industry to higher levels of excellence,” said David Ng, Managing Direct of Nikon Malaysia.