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Nikon D850: a Few More Cameras are Trickling In and Shipping to Customers

See my Nikon wish list and get Nikon D850 at B&H Photo.

B&H has received some more Nikon D850 cameras, but from what I’ve learned, a very strict process is being followed (a requirement apparently set by Nikon, including for NPS member orders). Coupled with B&H’s general first-come-first served policy, one just has to wait and be patient. I’m waiting, but I’m not feeling very patient!

At least three readers report receiving cameras from B&H Photo, so they are being delivered as they arrive, but demand far outstrips supply. That is not to say that demand is large (I don’t know any figures there), only that supply is miniscule.

Although I placed my request very early and am now not far down the list at B&H, it looks like I won’t get one out of the 2nd batch which showed up yesterday either. Well, I’ll go shoot in the mountains using the trusty D810—what else can I do.

See my recommended high performance autofocus lenses for the Nikon D850.

Well, when I do get the D850, I already have the excellent Really Right Stuff L-Bracket for the Nikon D850 (about $180 with the 'L' portion, $195 for the battery grip version). Its design includes the nice touch of a built-in allen wrench.

Really Right Stuff L-bracket for Nikon D850
Durable and fast, up to 1800MB/s

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