Nikon D5 Reviews Roundup

New Nikon D5 reviews now available on the web with tests, sample images and hands-on videos.

DPReview published their full in-depth review for the new flagship full frame DSLR camera. The high-end FX-format camera achieves a score of 91% and gets gold award overall. They find the camera good for fast action shooting and low light usage.

More Nikon D5 reviews can be found at Ken Rockwell, Tech Radar, Imaging Resource and Pocket-lint websites.

Additional Nikon D5 Reviews

Nikon D5 Reviews Roundup

Several full in-depth Nikon D5 reviews and videos can be found below.

From PhotographyBlog conclusion:

Overall, Nikon has produced a superb camera here with the D5. There’s enough familiarity to make existing Nikon D4S users feel at home, but there’s enough new features to justify the upgrade. And those low light photos – just wow.

From ePhotozine conclusion:

The Nikon D5 is the best DSLR we have reviewed to date and offers excellent image quality and noise performance.

If you need the best available full-frame Digital SLR, and shoot with Nikon lenses, then the Nikon D5 offers high-speed shooting, and excellent noise performance. If you are wondering whether the Nikon D5 is the best option, or alternatively whether to choose the Canon EOS 1DX Mark II – then at the moment, we’ll have to wait for review samples of the 1DX II to become available so that we can see how the image quality compares.

Nikon D5 flagship DSLR camera features a 20.8-megapixel FX sensor, a 153-point AF module with 99 cross-hatched focus sensors, a maximum shooting speed of 14fps at full resolution (12fps with AF), as well as 4K movie recording capabilities. See the official announcementNikon D5 vs Canon 1D X Mark II Comparison and Nikon D5 vs D4s Comparison.

Nikon D5 is characterized by its redeveloped Multi-CAM 20K 153-point AF system, which incorporates 99 cross-type sensors for refined precision when tracking moving subjects or working in difficult lighting conditions The specs list also includes  3.2″ 2.36m-dot touchscreen LCD monitor afford clean, clear playback and live view shooting, along with an intuitive means for navigating the menu system.

Check the camera stores for availability
Nikon D5 [body-only] $6,499.95 Amazon | B&H | Adorama

We think that these Nikon D5 reviews and tests are helpful if you are deciding to buy or prefer this high-end full-frame DSLR camera.