Nikon released the D810 back in 2014 and it became a very popular camera. Fortunately for D810 fans, Nikon is working on a successor for the D810 and some of the specifications are already leaked.
Some slides with information about the upcoming camera, called the Nikon D850, recently leaked. They were written in Chinese, but Nikon Rumors managed to translate them. For example, the slides reveal that D850 will feature a 45.7MP sensor and 3.2-inch touchscreen. You will also be able to swivel the display, which can be useful when you can’t look through the viewfinder for some reason. Speaking of viewfinders, the rumors which suggested a hybrid viewfinder for this camera might be wrong.
It seems like the D850 will come with great specs and features. If you’re into shooting videos, you will enjoy the 4K video resolution and 8K timelapse shooting. If you pair the camera with a battery pack you’ll also be able to shoot at 9fps. Other specs include a 153-point autofocus system, ISO speeds from 64 to 25,600, as well as a 180,000 RGB sensor.
The release date is still unknown, so stay tuned to know when it happens. What do you think about the D850’s leaked specs? Leave your opinion down below!