Nikon wasn't about to let its 100th-year anniversary pass without making a splash, they announced the D850 two days ago. The D850 is the successor to the very well-regardedD810 which when it arrived in 2014 was the benchmark for detail resolution without making the leap to medium-format. A few years on the D810 still retails at £2,399 and is still a formidable bit of kit.
Nikon have yet to confirm and specs or pricing for the camera but we'll likely see a higher resolution sensor, the inclusion of some of Nikon's latest technology and a price point of somewhere around £3,499.
Leaked photos from the site Canon rumours show a familiar-looking body with illuminated controls and a 3-inch tilt screen. There's also reportedly both an SD card and an XQD card slot.
The only thing we know for sure is it will perform 8k time-lapses, the rest is purely speculation until Nikon makes an official announcement. While we wait for that check out the video below:
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