More Nikon D5 images revealed ahead launch
The rumor mill is back with new information about the Nikon D5. The details are coming from a traveling photographer who was visiting a camera store. A functional unit of the DSLR was showcased in the store and the customer managed to grab some new Nikon D5 images before leaving. Here they are!
First Nikon D5 photos show up on the web
Here is what you have been waiting for a long time: the first Nikon D5 photos. The DSLR has appeared online in a series of leaked images that are revealing some unknown details about it. Moreover, the megapixel count of the sensor has been confirmed, too, along with some changes made to the button placement.
New Nikon D5 rumors surfaced online
Trusted sources have managed to confirm some previously-leaked details about the Nikon D5. The DSLR will replace the D4s as initially believed: in early 2016. Moreover, the autofocus system will be better, while the native maximum ISO of the camera will be higher than what you can currently find in the D4s.
Nikon D400 to be announced alongside D5 in early 2016
It has been a while since we last heard about the Nikon D400. Well, this DSLR is back in the rumor mill and it seems like it is coming soon. Trusted sources are reporting that the D300s replacement might finally become official in early 2016, possibly at CES 2016, along with the upcoming FX-format flagship DSLR, called D5.
Nikon D5 specs list to include higher native ISO and 4K video support
The future Nikon FX-mount flagship DSLR camera will be announced in late 2015 or in early 2016, says the rumor mill. In the meantime, inside sources have leaked some new Nikon D5 specs. It appears that the DSLR will employ a new sensor and processor combination, offering a higher native ISO as well as 4K video recording.
First Nikon D5 and more D810a details leaked
Nikon is planning to announce more cameras by the end of 2015. According to a trusted source, the flagship Nikon D5 DSLR camera will be introduced during the second half of 2015 with a new 20-megapixel image sensor. Moreover, the special D810 version for astrophotographers, could be called D810a, and is coming soon.