Nikon D850 specifications recap


  
  
I tried to put together all known Nikon D850 specifications into one post - please comment if I have missed something and I will update the list:

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The Nikon D850 could be announced on August 16th


There is a good chance that the new Nikon D850 DSLR camera will be officially announced on August 16th (±1 day depending on your time zone). This is based on the date listed on the cover of the Chinese presentation slides that leaked earlier today. This could also be the time of the scheduled internal presentation and the actual announcement could be at a later date.

I will try to confirm the exact D850 announcement date in the next few days.

Just a reminder that all of the already existing Nikon events are scheduled after August 16th:

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Translation of the leaked Nikon D850 slides


Here is a quick translation of the leaked Nikon D850 slides:

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Nikon D850 presentation slides (part 2)

Here is the second set of Nikon D850 presentation slides (some of them could be duplicates from my previous post):

Like the new Nikon D850 Facebook page and join the growing Nikon D850 Facebook group for a more detailed coverage of the upcoming announcement.

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Nikon D850 presentation slides (part 1)


I just received this set of Nikon D850 presentation slides that leaked in China earlier today. I did not see any major surprises from I have been already reporting for months. Here are the first set of slides:

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Nikon KeyMission 360 camera continues to record while being chewed by a tiger (video)


To start your Friday, here is a video of a tiger chewing a Nikon KeyMission 360 camera ($496.95) recorded by RSE Photography (Facebook | Instagram| Twitter):

"After capturing some great images of the Sumatran tigers, we decided to try and get some 360 footage of the big cats eating their food. We put the Nikon KM360 about 8-9 ft in the air attaching it to the internal fencing inside where they roam. The video captures the female tiger Dora getting very curious with the kit. To my amazement the kit survived apart from the "lookalike" Joby gorilla pod that the tiger treated like it's doomed prays bones, with literally only a few noticeable tiger teeth marks on the KM360. The tiger was okay and the KM360 still works as it should. So if any one is interested in how tough that action cam is, well check out the footage for your self."

Here is the long version of the video and a few pictures of the chewed camera:

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