DxOMark has revealed the test scores for the new 45.7MP full frame Nikon D850. That bests the previous full frame leader – the Sony A7R II, which scored 98.
The overall performance of the D850’s sensor rivals the Phase One IQ180 and Phase One P65 medium format cameras. While the high-res of the D850 gets in the way of the low light performance at higher ISO settings, it still manages a very respectable showing in that department as well.
The D810 proved a fantastic win in the image quality department. And generally, Nikon sensors have done very well on DxOMark tests. While not a direct competitor to the Canon 6D Mark II, news of the D850’s historical test results are a bit of a black eye to Canon in the wake of the Canon 6D Mark II’s woeful performance.
You can check out the full rundown of the D850’s test here on the DxOMark website.