Nikon has always stole the show, and they've managed to once again steal it again. Since July 25, 1917 Nikon has been producing the world's best cameras and camera lenses. Their film cameras were revolutionary, and unlike many of their competitors that have died off, Nikon has continued to evolve and stay on top of the game in this digital age.
Nikon was the first to release a professional FX DSLR photography camera that also recorded video with their D90 model, which also had the highest (12.3) megapixels at the time.
They took it to the next level and stepped it up to another stratosphere, making an even better DSLR camera, the D800, that shot photos at an unheard of 36.3 megapixels, and it's video recorded in true 1080p High Definition cinematic quality video. The producers at Showtime were so impressed with the camera that they used it as one of their main cameras during the filming of their hit show Dexter.
Their last DSLR, the Nikon D850 is universally considered the best DSLR ever made by most professionals, electronic distributors, and even acknowledged by some of their competitors. With a 45.7-megapixel CMOS sensor that is back-side illuminated, and one of the smoothest grips ever, Nikon has once again created another masterpiece.
Although the D850 was released on August, 2017 and started shipping in September, 2017, it managed to be the most sold DSLR camera of 2017 and again in 2018. It has managed to win over 25 awards, and still continues to be a top seller.
We at We Review Electronics list the Nikon D850 it as the best DSLR camera of all time, and give it 10/10 stars.
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