At CES 2016 this week, Nikon announced the launch of their new flagship DSLR, the D5, which is a full-frame camera that is set to replace the D4S, and will be focused on being one of the best for capturing content for sports, action and press photography.

To make it great for that, the D5 features a 20.8 million pixel CMOS sensor, which is 4 million up on the D4S, along with extra features that make it great for capturing high speed and low light content, with an increase in continuous shooting speeds, up to 12fps.

Probably the biggest feature is the new 153-point AF system in the D5, with an okay ISO range of 100-102,000 that can be expanded right up to an insane range of ISO 3,280,000.

And that’s still not all, the camera can even shoot 4K video. Has a 30 seconds to 1/8,000 sec shutter speed, with a 3.2-inch 2.36 million dots LCD touchscreen.

Finally, the camera weighs around 1451 grams.

Obviously, all of this will come at a price, but if you have a decently sized wallet, you will be interested to know that the Nikon D5 will be available from March 2016 for the massive price of £5,199.99.



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