Nikon recently made public, the news of the development of its latest full-frame D-SLR, Nikon D850, replacement to the Nikon D810. Though this put to rest rumours about the camera, Nikon did not share any vital detail except that it is a high-resolution and high-speed model.
However, Nikon Rumors have published the first images along with the following details gleaned from leaked sources.
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According to nikonrumors.com, the camera sports a 45-46 megapixel full frame CMOS sensor with improved low and high ISOs as expected. Tiltable LCD screen (not fully articulated, though), one SD and one XQD memory card slots, an AF system that trickled down from the D5, 8-K time-lapse video capability, touch screen and 4K UHD video in FX format without crop.
Other details include a new and improved version of SnapBridge, back-illuminated buttons, joystick selector and built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. The camera misses built-in GPS and built-in flash. The camera is believed to offer 8fps shooting.
Well, we are as excited as you are, but right now, we have no definite information. To read the original post, visit nikonrumors here.