The first photos of the upcoming Nikon D850 have leaked onto the Internet. This sneak peek comes one day after Nikon confirmed and teased the new full-frame DSLR, which the 100-year-old camera company promises will “exceed expectations.”
After the announcement yesterday, Nikon showed a partial look at the new camera through a “Coming Soon” teaser distributed as part of marketing in Europe.
Today, Nikon Rumors got its hands on the first set of leaked press photos. The first photo shows the front of the camera with a lens attached.
It appears that Nikon has removed the built-in flash that was present on the D810 and redesigned the aesthetics of that part of the camera. It’s now more… aerodynamic?
A second leaked press photo shows the camera from two angles:
From these photos, we see that the Nikon D850 will apparently have a tilt-screen, illuminated buttons, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, a joystick, a relocated ISO button, no AEL button, and a redesigned physical interface.
Here’s a closer, brighter look at the back of the camera, followed by the back of the D810:
For Nikon photographers, these are some pretty enticing upgrades and changes compared to the D810. An official announcement is likely not too far off now, so stay tuned.