Nikon announced the development of its most anticipated DSLR, Nikon D850

Nikon India announced the development of it upcoming DSLR, Nikon D850 on completing ten years in the country while stating that D850 will be a great tool for professionals as well as hobbyists.

    Nikon India completed a milestone of a decade long presence in the country and celebrated it with the announcement of the undergoing development of FX-format, full-frame DSLR, the Nikon D850.

    Nikon announced the development of its most anticipated DSLR

    D850 is the successor to one of the most celebrated digital SLRs from Nikon, the D810.

    D810 holds a well-established reputation among the photographer fraternity for its sharp quality. With the launch of D850 Nikon hopes to double up on its success, promising potential consumers an enhanced picture quality.

    Nikon hopes to target amateur and professional photographers for this camera. It also tries to hand over to hobbyists an advanced DSLR for better landscape and street photography.

    However, Nikon D850 is under development and there was no verdict from Nikon, whatsoever, regarding its launch. Nikon fans will have to wait for a few more month for D850 to finally hit the shore.

    There has been a buzz around for the Nikon D850 and enthusiasts have been waiting for it for a long time now. Nikon promised that the camera will be a formidable tool for photographers who do not compromise with quality. Nikon is certainly trying to keep the buzz alive for D850.

    Apart from an uncompromising quality Nikon D850 is also supposed to be faster than its predecessor.

    Recently, there was also an announcement from Nikon regarding the under going development of a mirrorless camera. Well, only time will tell what Nikon has in store for us with its upcoming products.

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