Nikon celebrated its 100th Anniversary Tuesday by making a pre-release teaser announcement of its newest mid-range full-frame DSLR — the D850.

The FX-format D850 is slated to succeed the D810, and is “engineered with a range of new technologies,” the company said, without providing specs or details.

Read more about the Nikon D850 sneak peek after the jump:

Nikon said the new technologies, features and performance enhancements included in the camera “are a direct result of feedback from users, who demand the very best from their camera equipment. The D850 will exceed the expectations of the vast range of photographers that seek the high resolution and high-speed capabilities that only a Nikon of this caliber complemented by Nikkor lenses can offer.”

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The D810 successor model launched in 2014 at a $3,299.95 suggested retail for the body only, positioning it for pro-sumers and advanced amateur photographers.

A video released as part of the announcement suggested it will  offer 4K Ultra HD video capture, which would step up from Full HD 1080 in the D810. That camera also featured a 36.3 MP CMOS senor and 64-12,800 ISO sensitivity range for low-light shooting.

The release said the “D850 will be a formidable tool for those who will not compromise on exceptional image quality and versatility, including aspiring and professional photographers, and hobbyists who capture landscapes, commercial sports, fashion and weddings, as well as multimedia content creators.”


By Greg Tarr


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