The Nikon D850 specs list is already get leaked online. And the images of Nikon D850 also leaked online. The price of Nikon D850 is still unknown yet. There are a lot of rumors on the web about price of Nikon D850. According to several sources from the world, the Nikon D850 may have a price tag around $3,600 for body only in US. The price in Switzerland is 3,499 CHF , that’s around 3,600 USD, and according to Chinese forum, the price for D850 body is China is 23,999 CNY, also around 3,600 USD. Stay tuned
Nikon turned 100 years old today. It’s a huge milestone for a company that was born back on July 25th, 1917, as an optics company based in Tokyo, Japan. One century later, the company has become one of the world’s dominant and beloved brands in photography.
Source: Happy 100th Birthday, Nikon!
DPReview attended the 2017 CP+ show in Yokohama, a few weeks ago, and during the show we made time to sit down with senior executives from several major manufacturers. One of them was Mr. Masamichi Handa, head of Olympus’s Imaging Business Division. We spoke to Mr. Handa about reaction to the E-M1 Mark II, his ambitions for the future of mirrorless cameras, and the effect of last spring’s earthquake on production.
Last night Nikon unveiled the new D7500 DSLR camera. The much anticipated update to the D7200 that was announced back in March of 2015 comes with a few updates that puts it close to the Nikon D500 in terms of features and speed – the same 20.9 MP APS-C sensor and EXPEED 5 processor, fast 8 fps continuous shooting (vs 6 fps on the D7200), a larger buffer that can accommodate up to 50 RAW images, the same 180K RGB metering sensor as on the D500 (although the AF system is still the good old 51-point Multi-CAM 3500DX II), a tilting touchscreen, a deeper and improved grip, Bluetooth + WiFi (SnapBridge), improved weather sealing and 4K video recording. In addition, the D7500 also gains some of the firmware functionality of the D500, such as “Auto AF Fine Tune” that allows to automatically calibrate focus on lenses. Overall, it looks like a very welcome update. Except for two disappointing blunders – Nikon dropped the second card slot and took away the ability to use a battery grip on the D7500.
Source: Nikon D7500 Announcement
Magic Lantern made April fools of us all by going live with an experimental build for the Canon EOS 5D Mark III on April 1st. It’s in early stages of development but it’s the real deal, and brings experimental Raw 4K video recording to the 5D III, among other things.
Announced at Photokina, the G85 was undoubtedly overshadowed by the news of the forthcoming GH5. But Panasonic’s latest Lumix packs a potent feature set for both still and video shooters that shouldn’t be overlooked as the GH5 hype bubble inflates. We paired with N.J. photographer and director David Patiño to take the G85 for a spin.