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Subject: Re: Nikon D850 is Camera of the Year in Japan
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On Dec 31, 2017, Sandman wrote
(in article<>):

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> "The Nikon D850 is a full-frame DSLR camera with a first-ever
> back-illuminated image sensor for vast image quality improvement.
> The sensor was the first to achieve 100 points on DXO."

All very nice, but as a hobbyist, amateur photographer, is this a camera I 
must have?

I don’t believe so.