Nikon announces it is working on new DSLR flagship, The Nikon D5

By Sudhiir

Nikon announced on the global edition of its website that the company was working on Nikon D5, a full frame DSLR. The Nikon D5 is the successor of the Nikon D4S. The new announcement states that the company is working on the Nikon D5, a flagship of the FX-format DSLR. Nikon also said that it is working on new camera accessories like a Wireless Transmitter WT-6 and the Speedlight SB-5000.

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There is no detailed specifications about the Nikon D5 as of now. However, the timing of this announcement is being closely linked to the CES 2016. It's not hard to take a guess that the Nikon might do away with a 16.2 MP sensor for a larger lens that also supports shooting 4K videos. There should be features like autofocus points, faster burst mode and a higher ISO sensitivity.

Nikon announces it is working on new DSLR flagship, The Nikon D5

The Nikon D4S was an improved version of Nikon D4. The D5 has an Expeed 4 image processor, a a native ISO senstivity of 25,600, 11fps burst mode, a full-HD video recording at 60fps. It is also very likely that the Nikon D5 will have a very steep price point.

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When it comes to pricing, the Nikon D5 is expected to cost more than Rs 4,00,000 for the body alone. Lenses and accessories will come separately. The Nikon D5 is expected to be released at the CES 2016.

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