Save nearly $900 on the Nikon D850 camera with this Black Friday deal

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Save nearly $900 on the Nikon D850 (opens in new tab) this Black Friday with this incredible deal over at Walmart. A 45.4MP DSLR superstar the Nikon D850 can do it all. Though now a few years old it continues to perform excellently for astrophotography, wildlife, portraiture, sports, you name it. That’s why it features in our guide to the best cameras for photos and videos and is number one in the best cameras for astrophotography guide.

While B&H has a $500 discount on the Nikon D850 (opens in new tab) which matches Amazon’s $500 Nikon D850 deal (opens in new tab), we’d recommend this incredible value deal over at Walmart while it lasts.

During our Nikon D850 review we gave it 4.5/5 stars and noted how the high-resolution stills photos provide a breathtaking amount of detail in astrophotos. It has an impressive dynamic range, too which makes editing in Lightroom or Photoshop a breeze.

What we love about this deal is that you’re unlikely to find it cheaper anywhere else this Black Friday so it’s worth snapping up as soon as possible before they run out of stock.

The Nikon D850 can shoot 45.4MP stills (which can be lowered if you need to save memory space) and 3840 x 2160 (4K UHD); 30p video which, although it doesn’t quite compete with the dizzying 8K heights of current mirrorless models, is more than adequate for most video buffs.

It has an ISO range between 64 – 25600 (extendable to 32 – 102400 equiv) so helps you shoot in the dark and takes F-mount lenses so is compatible with almost all of Nikon’s lens heritage (and Nikon-fit third-party lenses). A huge back catalog of lenses plus extreme performance, a rugged build, a tilting touchscreen and full weather sealing make the Nikon D850 one of the best DSLRs you can buy.

Be sure to check out Space.com’s best cameras for photos and videos and best cameras for astrophotography guides if the Nikon D850 isn’t your thing. Also, see our pick of the best lenses for astrophotography if you need some good-quality glass.

Source: space.com

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