Kevin Carter has just tested the new released Nikon D5 (Amazon/ Adorama/ B&H/ eBay) and posted a sensor review at the DxOMark. Nikon D5 is the new flag-ship Full-Frame DSLR, featuring an all-new 20.8-Mpix full-frame CMOS sensor with ISO up to 3,280,000, 12 fps continuous shooting, a new 153-point AF system and 4K (UHD) video capabilities.
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“A worthy successor“, Conclusions from DxOMark: “Moving from a 16-Mpix to a 20.8-Mpix sensor is quite significant for professionals, and the improvements in high ISO DR are useful in a camera like this…. While it’s true that models such as the Nikon D810 (and the Canon EOS 5DS and SR) are arguably more suited now for that kind of work, the Nikon D5 nonetheless represents a tipping point in all-around capability… the Nikon D5 is clearly optimized to appeal to those targeted by the company’s marketing department, yet its capabilities should also entice other kinds of photographers, whether they own a Nikon D810 or not.”
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