Nikon has managed to achieve a battery life of 1,840 shots for the D850, making it an ideal choice for long shoots and trips away from a mains power supply.
FOCUS SHIFT SHOOTING
The D850 can shoot a sequence of up to 300 images, shifting the focus. The files can then be merged in post to produce a focus-stacked image.
The D850 has the same 3.2-inch, 2,359,000-dot screen as the D5 but the touch control is more extensive, even working with the menu.
In FX (full-frame) mode the large, bright pentaprism viewfinder shows 100% of the scene so you don’t capture unseen objects at the edge of the frame.
Although it’s a full-frame (36x24mm) DSLR, the D850 can also shoot in 1.2x (30x20), DX (24x16), 5:4 (20x34) and 1:1 (24x24) mode.
The D850 has Snap Bridge built-in to simplify image transfer to a smartphone. It can also enable remote control via a phone using the Snap Bridge app.