The Nikon D850 got its biggest price break ever this morning with a new instant rebate. The D850 is now available for $2796.95 (reg. $3296.95) and this deal includes a 4TB external hard drive and a 64GB SDXC memory card. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
- Nikon D850 Body
- AF-S NIKKOR 20mm f/1.8G ED Lens
- AF-S NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G ED Lens
- AF-S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G Lens
- Spare EN-EL15a Lithium-Ion Battery
- ME-1 Stereo Microphone
- ME-W1 Wireless Microphone Set
- Atomos Ninja Flame 7″ Recording Monitor
The Nikon D850 Filmmaker’s Kit retails for $5499.95. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
The Nikon D850 is landing in customers hands as retailers continue to ship them as fast as they arrive. B&H is in the process of shipping limited quantities as more shipments arrive. Amazon continues to try to keep up as is staying about a week behind on orders with the current availability date of March 17. Additionally, Adorama continues to list the D850 on backorder.
Adorama is running a new Nikon trade-in promotion for the Nikon D850. You can trade-in your used Nikon DSLRs and get up to 70% credit of the resale value of any used equipment to apply towards the purchase of a new Nikon D850 or other gear.
Right now the promo applies to:
You can find more details and get a quote for your gear here on Adorama’s website.
Last month, DxOMark reported that the Nikon D850 unseated the Sony A7R II with the best score for a full frame camera in its sensor evaluations. The Sony A7R II scored a 98, while the Nikon D850 scored a 100. Now that DxOMark has put the Sony A7R III through its paces, Sony is back on top – right next to the D850.
The Sony A7R III scored a 100 on the DxOMark sensor evaluation. While the Nikon D850 edged the Sony A7R III out in the color and dynamic range categories, the A7R III bested the D850 in the low light category.
You can read more on the results and comparisons from the Sony A7R III’s evaluation here on the DxOMark website.
The Nikon D850 has a high resolution 45.7MP full frame sensor. This makes it challenging on lenses to match the capability of the sensor. Fortunately, Nikon has lots of great lenses up to the task and has released a list of recommended lenses for the D850 that can accomodate the new sensor to the fullest. Check them out below. [Read more…]
In a world of camera leaks and rumors, Nikon just threw up its hands today and announced that the Nikon D850, successor to the D810, is under development and coming soon.
Of course, we all knew a D810 successor is in the works – just as every other major camera has a successor in the works. So, what do we actually know about the D850 other than the model number? [Read more…]