The Nikon D5 is Nikon’s current flagship DSLR and was officially announced by Nikon Corporation on January 6, 2016. A successor to the D4S the D5 is posed to challenge “photographers to outperform their highest standards, and set new benchmarks for speed, accuracy and image quality.”
Designed primarily for professionals, the Nikon D5 arms photographers with the features and responsiveness they’ll need to tackle the most demanding shooting environments. Key upgrades include a native ISO range that now stretches from 100-102,400 (expandable to a whopping ISO 3,276,800), an upgraded image sensor, and a new AF system.
Two versions of the D5 are available: QXD and CF memory card compatible.
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