Nikon D5 Rumored to Feature Native ISO 102,400 and 4k Video Recording

Nikon’s next flagship DSLR camera with full-frame image sensor which is expected to be called the Nikon D5 rumored to feature native high ISO of 102,400 and capable of recording videos in 4K.

According to latest rumors, the Nikon D5 will be the first 4K Video recording DSLR camera from the company and official announcement expected on CES 2016 in early January.

When we look at the previous rumors for the Nikon D5 FX-format DSLR camera, it is said to become available with 20-megapixel full-frame image sensor, 15 fps continuous shooting speed and 173 autofocus points. Body design and processor should be similar to the current  Nikon D4s.

Nikon D5 Rumored Specifications: 15fps, 4K Video, ISO 102,400, New 20MP FX Sensor


Here are the Nikon D5 rumored specifications :

  • New 20MP FX sensor (Socionext announced MN2WS03101A chip with 4k video capabilities, which will probably used on Nikon D5)
  • 4k video recording
  • 173 autofocus points
  • Native high ISO of 102,400
  • 15 fps
  • Body design similar to the D4s
  • To be announced at CES 2016

via NR

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