Nikon D850 Review
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The Nikon D850 is a 45.7MP full-frame DSLR with an autofocus system lifted wholesale from the pro-sports focused D5. 4K capture, continuous shooting at 7 or 9 frames per second make it sound like the ultimate all rounder. Is it all that these specs suggest?

Exclusive: Nikon answers 20 popular questions about the Nikon D850

DPReview Exclusive: Nikon Sr Product Manager Lindsay Silverman and Sr Technical Manager Steve Heiner answer 20 of the most popular user questions they've received about the new Nikon D850.

Should you upgrade to a Nikon D850?

The D850 was just announced, and by all accounts it's shaping up to be a very impressive DSLR. But should you upgrade your current camera? In this article, we've broken down the D850's main selling points compared to several popular models.

Nikon D850: What we hoped for – and what we got

Now that the D850 is official, we're revisiting our list of guesses as to what new features the camera would offer. Here's what we guessed right, and what we got wrong.

Exclusive: Nikon D850 high res samples and pro shooting experience

Nikon is giving DPReview an exclusive look at some high-resolution D850 photo samples captured by professional sports photographer Andrew Hancock, who has spent the last two week shooting with the new camera.

The D850 should dismiss the idea that Nikon is on the ropes

Internet wisdom paints Nikon as a washed-up former champion, but the D850 should be a sign that it's a company coming out fighting, says DPReview's Richard Butler.

Hands on: Nikon D850
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The Nikon D850 is here, and it is quite the specimen. Built for speed, resolution and 4K video capture, it appears to be a DSLR powerhouse. Take a closer look at Nikon's newest addition.

First look video: Nikon D850

Take a quick tour of Nikon's new D850 in our 'First Look' video and find out what makes this new pro-level DSLR so exciting. Hint: a lot of things.

Nikon D850 offers 45.7MP BSI FX-format sensor, 7 fps bursts, 4K video

Nikon appears to have pulled out all the stops for its D850. It combines high resolution and speed: a full-frame 45.7MP BSI CMOS sensor capable of 7 fps bursts. The D5's 153-point AF system, a tilting touchscreen and 4K/24p video are also on board. It arrives in September for $3300.

Ten things we're hoping for from the Nikon D850

Nikon's D850 development announcement is extremely light on details, so we assembled a wish list of upgrades and features we'd love to see.

Nikon announces development of D850

Nikon has announced the development of the long-awaited replacement to its full-frame D810: the D850. Nikon says that the D850 will build on the strengths of its predecessor and offer 'new technologies, features and performance enhancements.'