What has video to do with landscape photography?It appears the biggest knock against the D850 is video, which is an unused feature to me.
And the differences are probably very minimal...and largely a matter of personal preference.I think it would be a better list if they just said that all of the following cameras are good for landscape shooting and didn't rank them.
Good Point.To me the most important feature for landscape photography is dynamic range at base iso. The plot below from Bill Claff shows that only the FujiFilm GFX 50s is better than the D850 in this regard, and the difference is small enough not to be field relevant.
Their #2 camera, the Canon, falls down badly in this regard...a full two stops below Nikon, Sony, and Fuji. So it's really a matter of personal preference.
They needed something to write about to draw clicks.
I agree with you Karen. I did not even read the article. I posted only to show that while many say the camera insustry is hurting there are still good cameras coming out.It appears the biggest knock against the D850 is video, which is an unused feature to me. This article rated Landscape cameras, but admits the D850 is also a fine pro grade camera for sports and all around photography (and in my experience, wildlife and birds). I love my D850 no less after reading this ariticle....and wouldn't trade it for any of the cameras listed above it! But hey, that's just me!