Nikon has unveiled its latest flagship camera. The 20.5-megapixel Nikon-FX format full frame DSLR sports a 153-point AF system, 12 fps continuous shooting, a new CMOS sensor, and a new EXPEED 5 image-processing engine.
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The FX-format full frame D5 DSLR is Nikon’s latest flagship camera.
The D5 is the first Nikon to come with highest standard ISO sensitivity at 102400, and the ability to shoot 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) movies.
The Wireless Transmitter WT-6, available separately, comes handy for high-speed wireless network communications.
A high-resolution 2.3-inch touch screen 2,359-dot LCD monitor, fast communications with both wired networks via built-in Ethernet connector and wireless networks, alongside double memory card slots make for a highly efficient workflow.
Contributing to greater autofocus (AF), auto exposure (AE) and auto white balance (AWB), is the incorporation of a new 180K-pixel RGB sensor for the Advanced Scene Recognition System.
The D5 consumes less power, adopts a highly precise and durable shutter, and has increased camera reliability in terms of control precision, strength and durability.
The D5 also supports the new Nikon Creative Lighting System functions, Radio-controlled Advanced Wireless Lighting (AWL) and Unified Flash Control.
Details in the press release below.