Nikon D5 To Feature 20MP Full Frame Sensor, More Images Leaked

More images leaked online for the upcoming Nikon D5 flagship DSLR as it is also confirmed that the high-end FX-format camera will use 20-megapixel full-frame image sensor.

According to latest rumors, the Nikon D5 will certainly feature a new 20-Megapixel full-frame image sensor. The new model will have a larger coverage area as well as more focus points than the Nikon D4s. It will employ a total of 153 AF points.

From the leaked images we can see that the Nikon D5 include new buttons like Fn2 button under Fn1 on the front side and on the back side of Nikon D5 there is a Fn3 button under the “OK” button.

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Nikon D5 DSLR Camera Images Leaked

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Nikon D5 specs list will also feature a native maximum ISO of 102,400 and the DSLR is believed to offer a burst mode of 15fps and 4K video recording at up to 60fps.

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Here are the updated Nikon D5 rumored specifications

  • New 20-megapixel FX-format image sensor
  • New focusing module with larger coverage and 153 autofocus points
  • Native high ISO of 102,400
  • 15 fps shooting speed
  • Body design similar to the D4s
  • 4K video 60/30fps
  • Full HD slow motion
  • Announcement expected in early 2016

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The official announcement for the Nikon D5 FX-format DSLR camera expected at CES 2016 in early January.

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via: NR