In this Nikon D850 wildlife photography video I venture out to Kumbartcho Sanctuary in Brisbane, Australia. The wildlife here is varied from birds, frogs, platypus, koalas, lizards and snakes. The D850 performed beautifully on the day and gave me those rich colours, along with outstanding image quality I can always rely on.
The Nikon D850 in my opinion is still the BEST DSLR ever made. I’ve had nothing but great success with the Nikon D850 for wildlife photography. Not to mention also portrait, astro, bird and mainly landscape photography. This is a testament to the camera which was first released over 5 years ago in 2017. Today it is still m favourite camera for so many reasons.
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In this video I talk about the many reasons why I still love my Nikon D850 in 2022. Since being released in 2017, the D850 has been described as one of the best DSLR cameras ever made. I agree with that. To me the Nikon D850 is still amazing to this day when it comes to the different types of photography I like to do. That includes landscape photography, bird photography, wildlife photography and more. If you look more on my YouTube channel you’ll see there is a lot of videos on the D850, not just this one. So if you’re a fan of the camera, please feel free to watch as many videos as you like as I put it through its paces.
After purchasing my brand new Nikon D850 I decided to put it to the test with a road trip to my old home town of Bargara in Queensland, Australia. Located on the southern tip of the world famous Great Barrier Reef, I photographed a sunrise from the volcanic shoreline only one street away from where I used to live. Enjoy the journey.
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