Nikon D850 Features and Functions


Nikon D850

The new sensor

Incredible 45 megapixels are made possible with the new sensor.

This sensor, together with the BSI technology, should result in images with more light. Of course, the photos from the D850 are very precise and very sharp at the same time. If desired, you can set the ISO, but you should know that you will get the best shots with the default ISO 64 setting. But even if you want high ISO settings your pictures will not look bad. With the Nikon D850 Tempo also plays no role, because the sharpness bleit received even at high speed. In addition, the D850 Auto Focus is also very fast, under good lighting conditions, this can be within 0.12 seconds to focus and triggered. The speed of it changes, however, in low light conditions it only slows down by 0.2 seconds.

Videos with the new part Nikon D850

Now they will be able to record video in 4K resolution using the D850.


In Full HD, which corresponds to 1920×1080 pixels, 120 frames per second can be taken out. This recording could theoretically be made in 5x slow motion. With the time-lapse mode, it has even been made possible to record 8K videos. But only if the photographer wants to put the pictures together later on a computer to a whole movie. The D850, on the other hand, is significantly more powerful than its competitors, thanks to the new MB-D18 battery grip you will now receive up to seven pictures per second.

A device without integrated flash

With the absence of an integrated flash in the new D850, a lot of space could be saved. This place has the Nikon D850 manufacturer used for a new viewfinder.

If you look at the case of the D850 you will realize that it is similar to the Nikon D500. Just a bigger and more difficult version. Thanks to the handle, the D850 is easy to hold and is therefore effortless to hold.

As is known, SLRs are characterized by long battery life. Of course, this is also the case with the D850. The new part achieves nearly 2000 photos per charge with a standard rechargeable battery.

The live-view effect

The live view mode has been beefed up by Nikon. Including a fully electronic trigger mode for the exposure. A silent release is the desire of everyone, with the Nikon D850 this is realized. Another thing comes from Nikon, although the focus-peaking option, with which they already film while they are on the display can see the sharpness.


The Nikon D850 has built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connection options. With their help, they can forward their pictures to smartphones or tablets. This will allow you to trigger the Nikon D850 remotely with an additional Nikon Snapbridge app. However, you should not turn on the WLAN if you want to use your battery for longer.

Type: Camera:
Nikon D850
Modell: D850
Wireless: Built-in
Aspect Ratio: 3:2
Display: 3,2 Zoll LCD (2.359.000)
Camera Format: Full-Frame
Focus Type: Auto and Manuel Focus
ISO: Auto, 64-25600 (expands to 32-102400)
max. Resolution: 8256 x 5504
Dust resistance: Yes
Shutter Speed: 1/8000 sec
Sensor type: CMOS-BSI 35,9 x 23,9 mm
Image File Formats: NEF, RAW, JPEG, DCF 2.0, EXIF 2.31
Prozessor: EXPEED 5
Effective pixels: 45 MP
Weight: 1.005g
Battery life: 1840 CIPA
USB: USB 3.0
Dimensions: 146 x 124 x 79 mm