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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Nikon D850 Love this Camera

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    RetiredMarine303
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    This is the best Nikon camera ever made and I have been shooting with Nikon for over 30 years since the 35mm film camera like N70s and N90S. I have over several of Nikon film and now digital camera's and this will most likely be that last digital DSLR I will buy for several years if not the last camera period. Whether you're shooting weddings, landscapes, portraits, action or wildlife, the D850 won't leave you wanting. This is a much more versatile proposition than the D810 (and its closest rivals for that matter), or the (D800E) the D850 is a brilliant DSLR, and perhaps the most well-rounded camera we've ever built by Nikon. Pros Potential for large and detailed images Sophisticated and proven AF system Large and bright viewfinder 19.4MP DX crop mode Epic long battery life Cons More expensive than D810 Live View focusing speed behind rivals SnapBridge still clunky, however it does work great and no complaints When researching all of the reviewers and seem like they could not say anything but amazing things about this camera. It took a while to research more and then I tried to find the camera and it was on backorder everywhere. Well I placed my order on Bestbuy.com and waited and I finally received my Nikon D85 and now I firmly believe that this camera is the best DSLR camera available today in the market. It is heavy, however it also has a feeling of sturdiness that comes with a well-built camera. The pictures are truly amazing even shooting at high ISO. Full-frame CMOS sensor, 45.7MP Large and bright optical viewfinder 4K video capture Lens mount: Nikon F Screen: 3.2-inch tilt-angle touchscreen, 2,359,000 dots Burst shooting: 7fps Autofocus: 153-point AF Connectivity: Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Battery life: 1,840 shots Weight: 1,005g the D850 drops the CompactFlash card slot that was on the D810 in favor of an XQD slot and the performance advantages that brings (although at the moment Nikon is the only manufacturer to take up this storage format on its cameras), while the SD card slot supports cards up to UHS-II. The D850 gets Nikon's SnapBridge connectivity for wireless transfer of images, which establishes a low-energy Bluetooth connection between the camera and your smart device. Images can then be transferred from camera to device via as you shoot at either 2MP or full resolution (though we'd avoid this with 45.4MP files), or individually if you select images on the camera. For speedier Wi-Fi transfers you can use the app to browse and select the images you desire. I have waited a very long time to purchase a new camera because ~my Nikon D700 is still working great along with my Nikon D800E! Upon seeing the specs for the D850, I was really amazed with the ISO range and working in very low light which has been somewhat troublesome for me with my current cameras. I am very happy purchasing this amazing camera and believe it's Nikon's best camera ever made so far! The ISO range is phenomenal. Working in low light is no longer a problem! Shots are very crystal clear, tact sharp, and not at all grainy with no noise. My pictures straight out of the camera do not need any corrections when I transfer to Lightroom....I really had no idea how much work I had been doing with color correction, tonal curves, etc until I uploaded my first batch from the D850! The shutter release is much quieter, and I have used video mode with much success (and I am not a videographer!) Great camera and I'm excited to use it everyday in my wife's Real Estate business! Doing Real Estate Photography is now what I do since I have been semi-retired from event photography. iI highly recommend this camera to anyone who has a passion for photography as I do.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best DSLR on the planet

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    PhotosByFry
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    I have owned 3 Nikon Hi-Res dslrs the D800, D810 and now the D850. Every model has been a leap in tech but what Nikon has done now is truly stunning. I just love this camera and battery grip! And it shoots 4k views and 8k time lapse. Key Specifications: 45.7MP BSI CMOS sensor 7 fps continuous shooting with AE/AF (9 with battery grip and EN-EL18b battery) 153-point AF system linked to 180,000-pixel metering system UHD 4K video capture at up to 30p from full sensor width 1080 video at up to 120p, recorded as roughly 1/4 or 1/5th speed slow-mo 4:2:2 8-bit UHD uncompressed output while recording to card 1 XQD slot and 1 UHS II-compliant SD slot Battery life rated at 1840 shots 3.2" tilting touchscreen with 2.36M-dot (1024×768 pixel) LCD Illuminated controls 19.4MP DX crop (or 8.6MP at 30fps for up to 3 sec) SnapBridge full-time Bluetooth LE connection system with Wi-Fi Advanced time-lapse options (including in-camera 4K video creation) High resolution The use of a backside illuminated (BSI) sensor means that the light collecting elements of the sensor are closer to the surface of the chip. This should not only increase the efficiency of the sensor (improving low light performance) but should also be expected to make the pixels near the edges of the sensor better able to accept light approaching with high angles of incidence, improving peripheral image quality. Like the D810 before it, the D850 continues to offer an ISO 64 mode, that allows it to tolerate more light in bright conditions. The D850 promises the same dynamic range advantage as the D810, meaning it should be able to compete with the medium format sensors used in the likes of the Fujifilm GFX 50S and Pentax 645Z. High Speed In addition to the increased speed, the D850 also gains the full AF capabilities of the company's flagship sports camera: the D5. This includes all the hardware: AF module, metering sensor and dedicated AF processor, as well as the full range of AF modes and configuration options, which should translate to comparable focus performance combined with high resolution. Given the D5 possessed one of the best AF systems we've ever seen and could continue to offer that performance in a wide range of conditions and shooting scenarios with minimal need for configuration, this is an exciting prospect. As part of this system, the D850 gains the automated system for setting an AF Fine Tune value. It only calibrates the lens based on the central AF point and for a single distance, but it's a simple way to ensure you're getting closer to your lenses' full capabilities, which is handy given you'll now be able to scrutinize their performance with 46MP of detail. It just blows me away every time I use it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Refined Excellence

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    codyl1992
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    This camera is Nikon's culmination of decades of product development and digital SLR's. It takes ultra high resolution and combines it with high speed, and does so in a truly polished manner. This is a digital SLR, not a mirrorless camera, so it may not have all the tech of a new mirrorless camera, but it's one of the best digital SLR's ever made. Anyone with full frame Nikon lenses who wants resolution and speed in one body will be absolutely pleased. Over the D810 (which can be found used for half the price) it has more resolution, a tilting screen, enhancements to JPEG processing, 4k video (although if you're serious about video, get a mirrorless camera), silent time lapse modes that don't wear out the shutter, much faster continuous shooting, and a more sophisticated focusing system. Don't let XQD sway you away by the high prices of the cards. They are so fast that even 45 megapixel raw files get written almost instantly. The resolution is truly incredible. The amount of cropping available to you is game changing if you've never shot on this kind of resolution before. One can shoot far off wildlife and not worry about getting perfectly centered framing, crop to the equivalent of APS-C/DX mode, and still have 19.4 megapixels. That turns my 200-500 lens into a 750mm equivalent still retaining almost 20 megapixels of detail. And it has the focusing system to keep up. This camera will suit all kinds of photography. This is not a "first camera." It's a camera for a Nikon enthusiast or pro who can look at the benefits over cheaper bodies and see a real advantage in their kind of shooting. It's for people who absolutely know what shutter priority, aperture priority, etc mean. Paying 3000 dollars for a camera won't make you a better photographer, but having 45 megapixels and a killer autofocus system might help you crop for better framing and give you more keepers or more "reach" with your lenses. These are the things that must be weighed when determining if you should buy this camera. For many types of shooting, a D750 or D7500 makes more sense. I believe that for me, this is the last digital SLR I will ever need due to the emergence of mirrorless. Mirrorless offers promise of more technology to help make pictures easier since DSLR's have reached a bit of a plateau, inherent to their design. I also own a Nikon Z6, and for casual shooting without action, its a great camera; and the Z cameras will continue to get better. But right now, the D850 is simply unbeatable for all uses except video, where the Z cameras have an inherent mirrorless advantage. Great camera, well done Nikon.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great camera

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    SprocketTracker
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    Have been shooting Nikon gear for a lot of years. 13 years with a Nikon D50 APS-C and then stepped up to the D7500. When I was presented with an opportunity to buy the D850 I jumped on it and have not been disappointed. The transistion from APS-C sensors to a full frame sensor took a bit to get used to especially with the resolution being 8 times the D50 and over 2 times the D7500, but was quickly overcome by changing some of my shooting habits. The resolution is great and the color is awesome straight out of the camera. I already had a collection of full frame lenses so I did not need to buy a a bunch of new gear to transition to full frame, so keep that in mind if you're moving into a full frame for the first time from a crop sensor camera, because full frame lenses work great on crop sensor bodies. BUT crop sensor lenses do not work well with a full frame body unless you switch the capture mode to DX (crop/APS-C) format, in which case its a waste of a great sensor and you should look at the D500 or D7500. I have taken low light, night time, long exposure, and full sun pictures and have had no problems and love the quality of low light and night photos that can be taken with this camera. The menus are natural and intuitive for me since I am a previous Nikon DSLR shooter. I can say this camera is not for everybody due to its size and weight (body alone) and then add in high end all glass lenses and the weight can be a bit much for long day shots for some. I have weighed one of my combinations of the D850 body and Tamron 150-600 and it comes in at just about 7 pounds. So if weight and big size is an issue be warned this is a bigger camera but not un-manageable even for my girlfriend who has small hands.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Produces Amazingly High Quality Images

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    rniederman
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    This is a very sophisticated and advanced camera capable of making pictures in modes ranging from "point-and-shoot" to images with highly customized settings. It's important to know this is a big and heavy camera but the features make it a worthwhile companion (for what I want to do). Enthusiastic reviews on the Internet pretty much some up the camera, so I won't take up space repeating what is already written. Anyhow, I am an advanced photographer shooting art (i.e. street photography), landscape, and table top work. There comes a point in which very high resolution is warranted because you can crop as needed with minimal loss of image quality. Somehow Nikon engineers managed to cram all the good stuff into a single camera. As with any camera, there are limits. However, these limits do not impact my style of work. Another aspect of the camera I wanted was the feature to produce images for focus stacking. It's tricky and needs a lot of thought. At this point there are many fine cameras available today and lots of arguments about which is better. I pretty much ignore these discussions [arguments] because my choice is based on my style of photography. FWIW, this camera is paired with a Nikon D750 (which is now my backup camera). As background, I've been shooting since the '70s (up to 11 x 14 inch large format).

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Simply Outstanding, revolutionary

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    Steepcreeker
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    Just got it today via FedEx. Tooled around this evening with the lovely light we had here. Colors are vivid and accurate, I have a D5, might be selling it for a second d850. I'm a wedding and fashion/portrait shooter, do some sports now and then. The auto focus was dead on with my 105mm 1.4. Didn't calibrate didn't need to. Focus ability is every thing to me. It's got to be sharp and quick, keeper rate will really go up with this. The view finder is huge and makes it easy to see your focus and composition. Don't really care about the resolution, anything over 16 to 20 is a good enough for most work. I will shoot at 45 when I need to crop and for large group pictures. I still need to dial it in but noise at high iso was nice and low. Really making it hard to justify the d5... Except that d5 can see in the dark. If your serious about your photography and pleasing clients this is the camera to own. Canon is going to be scrambling. Nikon loves to drop a big one every now and then, this is going to be like the D3 revolution all over again.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Huge Upgrade from D810

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    mhat
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    I'm a Professional Photographer, I'm glade I got my D850 2 days after the realse day, even though I've got a weird email saying my order is backorder now and I should expect it in November, any way I have been using it for a week now almost every day, I'm happy so far with the results I almost tried all the new features, first it was easy to access right out of the box, especially for me because I used d810, the tilting touch screen is so useful and handy and similar to my phone, fast processing, the pictures resolution is astonishing, the 4k video and the slow mo is just amazing, silent 4k time-lapse video shooting, live view silent shooting up to 30 f/s in DX mode, pressing the shutter for 1 sec and there are 30 pic were taken. and of course the WIFI and bluetooth capability is very helpful and a huge plus..

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    GREAT CAMERA,THANK YOU BESTBUY

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    djohn
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    FIRST I WANT TO THANK BESTBUY FOR GREAT SERVICE. I PREORDERED MY NIKON D850 ON THE FIRST DAY OF ITS RELEASE. I WAS VERY CONCERNED ABOUT MY ORDER WHEREAS NIKON THEMSELVES APOLOGIZED FOR NOT BEING ABLE TO FILL ALL THE COUSTOMER ORDERS. ON SEPT 7TH THE OFFICAL RELEASE DATE MY ORDER KEPT SAYING PROCESSING. ON SEPT 8TH I GOT AN EMAIL FROM BESTBUY THAT MY ORDER HAD SHIPPED. I WAS EXPECTING IT TO SHIP GROUND AND POSSIABLE DELIVERED ON MONDAY OR TUESDAY. AFTER CHECKING MY TRACKING NUMBER. TO MY ELATION BESTBUY SHIPPED IT OVERNIGHT EXPRESS AND I HAD MY BABY IN MY HANDS BY 10AM SEPT 9TH. GREAT JOB BEST BUY AS FOR THE CAMERA IT'S GREAT SO FAR ITS TOO EARLY TO GIVE A FULL EVALUTION. BUT I CAN SAY THIS I HAVE BEEN SHOOTING AT 12800 ISO AND GETTING CLEAN SHARP PHOTOS WAY BETTER THAN MY D810 . THE FOCUS IS EXTREAMLY FAST AND SPOT ON. THE DYNAMIC RANGE IS EXCELLENT. THE TOUCH SCREEN IS A PLEASURE FOR SCROLLING THROUGHT THE MENU. IN LIVE VIEW THE TOUCH AF/TO FOCUS,SHUTTER APPLICATION DOESN'T SEEM TO BE IMPLIMENTED AS WELL. AS OLYMPUS AND PANASONICS TOUCH AF/SHUTTER . THE CAMERA HUNTS SOMETIME. IT SEEMS TO BE A HIT OR MISS TYPE OF SITUATION. I EXPECT THIS WILL BE RESOLVED WITH A FUTURE UPDATE. AS I SAID EARLY IT'S REALLY TO EARLLY TO EARLY TO GIVE AN IN DEPTH OVERALL EVALUATION OF THE CAMERA. AT THE TIME OF THE REVIEW I HAVN'T HAD THE CAMERA 24 HOURS. BUT I HAVE TAKEN OVER 20O SHOTS AND I,,M LOVING IT . NICE UPGRADE FROM MY NIKON D810 P.S ITS ABILITY TO TAKE PICTURES IN LOW LIGHT SITUATIONS IS SUPERB.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best of all worlds

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    LexamusPrime
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    I've owned the camera since it came out and I must say that it is by far the best I've used. I owned the D810 and D500 before it and it flawlessly combines everything I LOVED about those cameras and adds up to something even greater. The focus system is incredible. The low light quality is 2nd to none. I've printed 8.5x11 pictures shot at iso 12800 and people didn't believe the iso they were shot at. The view finder is HUGE and even wearing glasses I can see EVERYTHING without a problem. I also LOVE that I can shoot in a crop mode and the view finder will actually black out everything not being used. Shooting 1x1 aspect ratio through the view finder is a different experience than cropping after the fact and it changes the way you compose. The color is flawless. The new auto daylight white balance is very handy. I've found ZERO about the camera I don't like.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Nikon DLSR

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    Redline485
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    A little late to the game, but I finally got this camera about a month ago. I mostly photography landscapes, and have traditionally shot with Nikon. I debated on the 850 or the new Nikon mirrorless system, but decided to go forward with the 850 based on trusted/proven performance and known battery life. Overall I'm extremely happy with the camera. The only real con is the weight. You can certainly feel it when hiking - and that would have been the main pro to the mirrorless camera in my opinion. Otherwise, the image quality is incredible and the newer features make the camera easy to use. For example, I love the focus shift feature. This is something that can be done manually, but the automated process of the camera makes it much easier and faster. I also love having the touchscreen - very easy to navigate to key settings and review images. And a simple feature but very nice when doing landscapes is the tilting screen.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great professional camera. Beautiful "rich" files

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    LarryO64
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    At this price point ($3100.00) you can't buy a better all-purpose camera. Skin tones are beautiful. Landscapes are colorful; easily capturing the rich beauty of the scene. Nine frames per second and great "tracking" capability allows you to capture the moment regarding action shots. Most importantly the huge, beautiful files allow for tremendous post processing. Both shadows and highlights can easily be refined in Photoshop. Most of the time the files are "spot on" and you don't need much post processing. For the past seventeen years I have owned many high end Canon, Sony, Olympus, Fugi and Nikon cameras and, by far, the Nikon D850 with the new 24-70 VR lens, has given me the best image quality ever. If you can afford the price, in my opinion, this camera is the best model out there!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Outsanding Tech...Poor Build Quality

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    Nani

    I received my D850 (body only) during April 2018. It was a beautiful camera and the technical aspects were outstanding, however, the build felt cheap compared to my Nikon D500, D700, D4, Olympus OMD EM1 Mk II, and Sony A7R III. In fact, it felt like a toy compared to the "tank" like builds of the Sony A7R III and Olympus EM1 Mk II. Likewise, there is no comparison between the builds of the Nikon D700, D4 and D850. The D850 may have a titanium base, but the cover is made of cheap plastic and the doors and hinges won't last or take any forms of abuse. I thought the battery door would fall off after a few actuations. Long story short, I immediately returned the D850. I was very disappointed with the build quality of the D850.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best camera I have ever owned

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    ChristianUser
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    This is a fantastic camera. I had the D800 which is still a great camera. But the D850 is an amazing step up from the D800. I did not get the D810 since the D800 met my needs well enough. But this D850 is absolutely amazing in the quality of the pictures it takes. This is not a beginners camera. It is highly recommended that you get a less expensive camera and work on your photography skills with it. Then, when you have learned about ISO, Depth of Field, Dynamic Range, etc, this is a great camera to step up to. I highly recommend this camera to anyone interested in one of the best cameras on the market today.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Miles Ahead of computation

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    MUhammad
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    Nikon has hit a home run with this camera. With an impressive 45.7 megapixels of extraordinary resolution, outstanding dynamic range and virtually no risk of moire. 4K Ultra HD cinematic video recording in stunning full frame glory, Record 16:9 4K UHD (3840x2160) | 4K and 8K Time-Lapse | Tilting touchscreen, Touch AF, Touch Shutter control, Focus Shift shooting mode, outstanding battery performance and Built-in WiFi and Bluetooth Wireless Connectivity. The controls are mostly in Nikon usual places, so if you have been using a Nikon before, you will feel at ease using this camera. I am very pleased with it so far.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    as good as everyone says

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    daniel
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    so i got this as an upgrade from my current cameras i use a nikon d600 and a nikon df and now the nikon d850 for doing wedding and nature photography and the quality of photo is mind blowing currently i have a sigma 24-105 f4 mounted on it and even the in camera jpegs are incredible to look at working is the raw files can really make even better photos its a great camera and if you were in the market for it you should get it i couldnt be happier with it

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome DSLR!

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    Gumby
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    I purchased this D850 to replace my D800 and the difference is mind boggling. Clearly, this camera is in a class by itself. No low pass filter and 45 MP resolution make for outrageously sharp, color saturated images. Throw in 153 focus points, 8 choices for Area Mode auto focus, focus shift, tilt screen, ISO from 64 to 25,600 and it just keeps getting better and better. The D850 has a more comfortable grip than the old D800 and trading the pop-up flash for better weather resistance is a worthwhile trade off for me. This is one amazing piece of equipment. I love it!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A step above the D810 but below the Sony A7R3

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    John

    I have owned a number of Nikon cameras over the years, most recently two D810's and now this D850. Overall this is a very good camera but it is not an "omg" camera.... Going between this camera and my Sony A7R3 I keep missing the EVF, focus peaking, eye AF, and color science the Sony has over the Nikon, though the Nikon is a fine camera overall. For my needs the Sony is a better choice though I prefer the ergonomics of the gripped d850 better. I should add, however, that the $400+ grip is important to get the most from the D850, so factor that into your calculations, as well as the XQD cards which are expensive at the present time.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    It's A-mazing!

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    Alpro80
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    I pre-ordered early and lucky enough to get my D850 on the first shipment, Bestbuy even exceeded my expectations by shipping it on next day air. Wow! what can I say? This camera truly is a game changer with its well thought of improvements it blows away any competition out there. Who would have thought you can have portrait, landscape and sports camera all rolled into one. Nikon again set the bar too high it left the competition scratching their head on how to produce a camera that comes close to this!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Upgrade !!

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    Mike
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    I had a Nikon D5100 for 7 years. This was a huge upgrade for me, I saved up for a couple of years to get the D810 then the D850 came out so I had to save longer... I am extremely happy with it. It is amazing. I am now saving for a telephoto lens.. I had to upgrade my computer to handle the files as well as upgrade lightroom to support the files. My computer was 8 years old though. Best Buy was able to get me the camera fast. Purchased in Oregon so no sales tax !!! Super cool touch screen on back display works great. Battery is pretty good if you are not doing video. Can't afford the grip but maybe someday.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best DSLR at the moment

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    Nhanng
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    Best DSLR on the market at the moment. Don't hesitate, get one if you're interested. Just make sure you use quality glass. You'll love the images you get from this new sensor. Just make sure your technique is good as the high MP sensor will show all flaws. Buffer is something that I'm not too happy about. Shooting in 14 bits uncompressed RAW will give u about 20-30 images, nowhere near the # Nikon showed. Change it to 12bits, this # will jump to 40-50. If you dont mind then its the only way to go. Make sure you use an XQD card and a fast SD. It worth it.

    I would recommend this to a friend