When it comes to a large resolution camera, you’ll find the very best photos result from having the largest sensor, the most megapixels, excellent lenses and higher-quality components than any other camera class. That’s not to say that other cameras won’t offer fantastic photographic results or that having a large resolution guarantees great results. Ultimately, there are several factors that go into picture quality such as lighting, depth of field, aperture and focus, and they all can play key roles in how a photographer can capture the best photo and video available.
Best Design: Nikon D850 DSLR
When it comes to exceptional photo results, the 45.7-megapixel Nikon D850 DSLR delivers in a big way. Fortunately, this camera is more than just megapixels, with other highlights including a 153-point autofocus system, 4K video recording and time-lapses, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, as well as seven frames-per-second burst shots. Beyond its feature set, the design weighs around two pounds and has a comfortable grip that feels just right in the hand.
For long-time Nikon users, the control set will be instantly familiar, with buttons organized in standard Nikon fashion, although you’ll find a dedicated dial on the left side and the ISO button has been replaced with a Mode button. The 3.2-inch tilting LCD is equally exceptional and has touchscreen support that allows simple and quick menu navigation.