We’ve all heard about Work Life Balance. It’s a simple enough concept broadly about keeping things in check, ensuring that one focus doesn’t overtake another. The truth is that life is a lot more complicated than keeping a couple of things in check, a couple of hundred might be more accurate. When you really take a moment to analyse those things, are we really in balance and control? Is control merely an illusion?
On paper, the Nikon D850 promises much, it’s certainly a camera that I think Nikon have aimed to disrupt the whole market with by seemingly packing in as much as it possibly can. There are one or two other manufacturers out there lately who have fallen into the rather questionable habit of trying to pass off ageing tech in a ‘new’ body but with the D850 Nikon feels like they are going all out to deliver a dynamite combination of speed, resolution and flexibility. Amongst the questions I will attempt to answer here is does that spec sheet deliver real world improved outcomes over what has come before, and how?