Nikon DSLR D850: New firmware 1.30: Updated portrait and video shooting menus

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Nikon DSLR D850: New firmware 1.30: Updated portrait and video shooting menus
Nikon DSLR D850: New firmware 1.30: Updated portrait and video shooting menus

In the recent update, [Adjust Portrait] has been added to the photo and video shooting menus, and there has also been a bug fixed regarding a locking issue with the reflector in the settings menu.

Here are the updates.

  • Portrait Adjustment] has been added to the photo and video shooting menus. For more information, see the firmware update supplement. To view NEF (RAW) photos taken with firmware version 1.30 or later on your computer, you will need to update Nikon Kobo to version 1.3.1 or later and Picture Control Utility 2 to version 2.4.14 or later.
  • Trying to activate [Lock Reflector Up for Cleaning] in the [Setup Menu] when any of the following [Setup Menu] items is selected as [Enable] causes the camera to display the message “Disable [Network Connection] in the Bluetooth menu” and locks the reflector in the down position, preventing it from popping up for cleaning, this issue has been Resolved.

-[Bluetooth]>[Network Connections]

-[Airplane Mode]

Nikon announced the launch of the Nikon FX-format DSLR D850 in August 2017. It achieves a combination of high pixels and high speed for photographers within diverse fields such as landscape, sports, fashion, wedding photography, and multimedia production, and is ideal for enthusiasts as well as professional photographers.

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It is estimated that the D850 is equipped with approximately 45.75 effective megapixels, and its sensitivity range is ISO 64-25600 (extendable to Lo 1, ISO 32 equivalent, and Hi 2, ISO 102400 equivalent). A continuous shooting mode of approximately 60 frames per second is supported by the camera. As much as approx. 7 frames/second, depending on the camera. If the optional battery pack MB-D18 is used in conjunction with the optional lithium-ion battery pack EN-EL18a / EN-EL18b and the optional battery compartment cover BL-5, the camera is capable of shooting 9 frames per second. It is equipped with a back-incident CMOS sensor in Nikon’s FX format and with EXPEED 5 image processing software.

For users who want to record both still images and motion videos, as well as both still images and motion videos, animation recording has been improved even further. Besides recording 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160)/30p movies, the Nikon D850 is also capable of capturing slow-motion video in Full HD 4x or 5x speed.

Besides the impressive action support in full HD, you will also find a silent shooting feature, as well as batch processing of RAW files in the camera.

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