The Nikon D850 is the successor of the D810, which goes directly against the Canon’s EOS 5D Mark IV in the DSLR arena. The camera embraces a 45.7MP Full-frame CMOS sensor and has done away with the OLPF to preserve in the images. It also features the EXPEED 5 processor for better images processing.
Talking about its capability, the Nikon D850 can capture continuous images at 7 fps frame rate. The camera also has a 153-point AF system with 99 cross AF points, so, users have much controllability while capturing any desired shot. Also, the battery backup for up to 1840 shots is equally respectable here.
On the video arena too, the camera fares with its capability to shoot movies at 4K UHD (2160p) resolution. The Ultra-HD videos, however, can be captured only at 30fps frame rate.