Nikon has officially confirmed the development of D810 replacement: Nikon D850 in a press release on the exact day of the company’s 100th anniversary. This confirms the rumor about the announcement that came earlier this month. Nikon hasn’t actually released any specs or teasing pictures of the actual camera.
“The D850 will be a formidable tool for creators who will not compromise on exceptional image quality and versatility, including both aspiring and professional photographers as well as hobbyists who capture landscapes, weddings, sports, fashion, commercial imagery and multimedia content creators” canon says in its press release.
Considering the feedback from D810 users, the new FX-format DSLR camera is engineered with a range of new technologies, features and performance enhancements. As a part of the announcement Nikon has released a teaser video that reveals 8K time-lapse capabilities in the D850:
There are rumors that the new camera would adapt its sensor from Sony a7R II and use the same autofocus system as the Nikon D5. The new Nikon D850 is expected to be officially announced in August and would be available by October 2017.