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Nikon D850 45.7MP DSLR Camera (Body Only) + 64GB SDXC Card + 4TB External HDD

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BHphotovideo.com has Nikon D850 45.7MP DSLR Camera (Body Only) + 64GB SanDisk Extreme PRO UHS-I SDXC Memory Card (SDSDXXY-064G-GN4IN) + 4TB Seagate Backup Plus External Hard Drive (Silver, STDR4000900) on sale for $2,796.95. Shipping is free. Thanks Elimail

Includes:
  • Nikon D850 DSLR Camera (Body Only)
    • Nikon EN-EL15a Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery
    • Nikon MH-25A Battery Charger for EN-EL15 Li-Ion Battery
    • Nikon UC-E22 USB 3.0 Cable
    • HDMI/USB Cable Clip
    • Nikon AN-DC18 Camera Strap
    • Nikon BF-1B Body Cap
    • Nikon DK-17F Fluorine-Coated Finder Eyepiece
    • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Seagate 4TB Backup Plus Portable Hard Drive (Silver)
    • 18" (45.72 cm) USB 3.0 Cable
    • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • SanDisk 64GB Extreme PRO UHS-I SDXC Memory Card
    • Limited 2-Year RescuePRO Deluxe Data Recovery
    • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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B&H Photo has the Nikon D850 (USA) FX Format DSLR Camera (Body Only) including a 64GB SD card and 4TB Seagate HD @ $2796.95 + Free shipping

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr..._body.html

No tax with B&H PayBoo card.
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/credit-cards​ [bhphotovideo.com]

Also available (without bonus items) at other Nikon USA authorized dealerships.

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...s=pi&pim=Y
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Sensor size of your phone camera is tiny compared to a full frame DSLR. Even if your phone has good resolution, pictures from your phone will look worse even compared to an entry level DSLR. You're going to get higher noise, poorer dynamic range, poorer colors, fixed focal lengths etc.. Literally everything about your phone camera is orders of magnitude worse than the D850.
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This is the ultimate camera I have the D800 since 2012 and this adds on to it with fast FPS shooting. It does give you some big files if you shoot at full resolution but with storage getting cheaper, not a bad idea to store all raw in full res. One of the best sensors in the market. Truly the do it all camera in my opinion.
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Phenomenal camera. Have it. Who needs the other crap?
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One of the best DSLRs ever made. If only I could afford it.
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Best DSLR on the market. Landscape, portraits, birding, architecture, Astro, weddings, throw whatever you can at this beast and you are guaranteed to be satisfied. Cherry on top, phenomenal battery life and excellent ergonomics. Honestly, if you have monies and looking for "the" camera, this is it.
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Sucks for video though. My Nikon Z6 is better for videos and slightly worse for photos.
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That payboo card seems mighty interesting.
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my LG g2x takes stunning pictures, why would I even waste my money on this camera? someone explain to me. smartphones have become so good with photography, no one should have any need for this. like I said, my LG g2x is fantastic and I'm an on-the-side photographer (I shoot pic and vid on my LG).
Sensor size of your phone camera is tiny compared to a full frame DSLR. Even if your phone has good resolution, pictures from your phone will look worse even compared to an entry level DSLR. You're going to get higher noise, poorer dynamic range, poorer colors, fixed focal lengths etc.. Literally everything about your phone camera is orders of magnitude worse than the D850.
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I also have the D800. Bought it used from my pro photographer friend along with the legendary 28-70mm lens. Only drawback of cameras like this is the weight and bulkiness.

That said, I find that I'm leaving my camera home more and more ever since we got the latest generation phone (Google Pixel 3a). The software fakes the bokeh so well and the lighting and HDR are phenomenal.
The phone cameras are great as long as you're looking at the picture on your phone, or a similar screen size. As soon as you start printing pictures, even 4x6 look so terrible, you can't even think about going any higher. The captured pixel density is so poor it can only look good on phone screens. That has made me appreciate my camera much more, that said, the camera is bulky I have the 24-70 and 70-200 both 2.8s and carrying them all together along with a tripod is work out. However I'm leaning towards getting a Sony RX100, one with video HDR when I don't need my D800.
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This is a very nice camera, but I'm buying the Nikon Z6. It's time to go mirrorless. Also, I can pick up a Nikon Z6 with an adapter ring and 24-70 lens for about $2400 at most places now.
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This is a very nice camera, but I'm buying the Nikon Z6. It's time to go mirrorless. Also, I can pick up a Nikon Z6 with an adapter ring and 24-70 lens for about $2400 at most places now.
Z6 is not a pro-level body.
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