How does the Nikon D850 deal with high ISO? What do high sensitivity images look like? What kind of SLR does the tonal range have?
The recently introduced Nikon D850 hits the record for popularity – the manufacturer already knows that it will not be able to fulfill all pre-sales orders within the time frame. But how will he deal with high sensitivity? Is it as good as Nikon says? What about the tonal range? Can it compete with the Canon 5D Mark IV SLR camera? It is no secret that the new Nikon has a Sony matrix . In newer Alpha models, whether it is a DSLR or a DSLR, the noise does not kill the picture quality. That's also the case with Nikon. Portal Fotoinfo compared D850 to D810. The pictures show that the D850 boasts a bit less noise and more detail. Look with the rest alone. You can see clearly that the Nikon D850 does better . The noise is smaller, and the sharpness is also higher. This is very good news for photojournalists who usually work on higher affections than studio photographers. At the same time, we found an interesting graph that shows that Sony does not shoot at all when selling matrices to other manufacturers. The Sony a7R II we tested, although it premiered two years ago, has a better tonal range than the new Nikon D850. The chart is as follows:These are not gigantic differences, of course, but the question is what will Sony offer us with the new A7 Series camera? This chart looks promising. Of course, it does not mean that the D850 is a bad camera – on the contrary, it's a great piece of equipment that in the hands of the right person will show tremendous potential. Sources: Fotoinfo, sonyalpharumors.com, own elaboration