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Nikon announces its next-gen DSLR, the 45 megapixel D850

Don't count DSLRs out just yet.
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Nikon D850

Nikon is going to let the advancements in mirrorless slow down its momentum in DSLRs. The company is introducing their latest imaging beast, the 45.7 megapixel D850. 

The full-frame, FX-format camera has a massive sensor with a standard ISO range of 64-25600 and a high-speed shooting capability of up to 7 fps. That speed increases to 9 fps when equipped with the MB-D18 Multi-Power Battery Pack. 

The D5's 153-point AF system trickles down to the D850 to get razor sharp images from fast moving subjects. Video shooters will also be pleased as the camera will feature full-frame 4K recording at 3840 x 2160/30p resolution. 4x and 5x slow-mo is also possible in HD and you can even create 8K time-lapses using interval timing photography. 


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