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Nikon D850: from China coming to the specifications of the new camera

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Published on Aug 12, 2017

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In the course of the last few weeks we have repeatedly talked about the Nikon D850, a dslr full frame that promises to be very interesting. After the first images unofficial and the inevitable rumors from China have leaked what should be the official specifications, contained in the form of the presentation of the product. Various points coincide with the leaked details previously. The D850 will use a full-frame sensor from 45,75 megapixel apparently coupled to the image processor EXPEED 5. Sensitivity extends from ISO 64 to ISO 25.600, expandable to ISO 32 and ISO 108.400.

The AF system is the same as on the Nikon D5: then we speak of 153 points with the central one to -4EV, and all the other to -3EV. Is confirmed the absence of the low-pass filter and the presence of a display that is tiltable, 3.2" with a resolution of 2.36 million dots. The display is equipped with touch screen. The optical viewfinder has a magnification of 0.75 x and there is a light meter RGB 180,000 pixels. The amenities include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a buffer 51 shots in RAW 14-bit, additional mode for white balance is more accurate under conditions of natural light and the focus of stalking the integrated (capture up to 300 images with different settings for the fire, to be elaborated with the appropriate software).

They also confirmed a renewed version of SnapBridge (manages the sharing of images and wireless with other devices), a double slot for memory cards (SD and XQD), the possibility of making movies and time-lapse resolution is 8K, and video in Ultra HD without crop, a joystick to move between the settings and the backlighting for some of the buttons. The presentation should arrive soon: some sources indicate as a possible date on the 16th of August.The small range Xperia with a big heart? Sony Xperia Z5 Compact is on offer today up to 380 euros. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING

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