This coming March, Nikon is set to launch their new D5 flagship DSLR. It features a multitude of features like new autofocus system, 4K video recording, along with ISO range that can be expanded to an amazing 3,280,000. It is worth nothing that the native max ISO does go to 102,400.
Inside the camera there is a full-frame 20.8-megapixel CMOS sensor with a Expeed 5 image processor. The D5 can shoot at 12 frames per second and video at 4K resolution at 30fps. Moreover, the upgraded autofocusing uses a dedicated AF processor with 153 autofocus points. At the rear, there is a 3.2-inch, 2.36-million-dot LCD touchscreen as well as a 100%-coverage viewfinder with 0.72x magnification. The camera’s body is also equipped with a built-in 1000 Base-T 400MBps Ethernet connection for transferring your photos 1.5x faster than with the previous D4S.
There will actually be two versions of the D5 for the same price but with different memory card options: a dual XQD card slot version and a dual CF card slot.
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