Nikon officially announced the development of upcoming flagship full frame DSLR camera Nikon D5 along with other new products such as:-
- Nikon Wireless Transmitter WT-6
- Nikon Speedlight SB-5000
The updated rumored specifications of Nikon D5 as follows:-
- New 20MP FX sensor
- New focusing module with larger coverage and 107 or 173 autofocus points
- Native high ISO of 102,400
- 15 fps
- Body design similar to the D4s
- 4K video 60/30fps
- Full HD slow motion
It is expected that the camera Nikon D5 will be announced at the event of CES 2016. We are expecting its arrival on CES ,2016 since Nikon made similar development announcement back in Januray,2014 of Nikon D4s and the camera finally arrived at CES,2014.
Such announcement will definitely give us the reason to wait for D400 camera for few more days, which is due for long time.
Full text of press release:
With the exception of the WT-6, all this should not be a surprise to regular [NR] readers. With this “development announcement” Nikon is telling us that they are still alive and relevant. I just hope they have planned more than that for 2016. This announcement also kills any hopes for a D400 camera, at least for the first few months of 2016 (otherwise they would have mentioned it today).
Development of Digital SLR Camera Nikon D5
November 18, 2015, TOKYO – Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce that it is developing the Nikon D5 digital SLR camera, which represents the next generation of professional Nikon FX-format models.
The new Wireless Transmitter WT-6 and Speedlight SB-5000, which will be positioned at the top of Nikon’s Speedlight lineup, are also being developed.
Through the combination of this next-generation professional camera offering an even higher level of performance, these advanced accessories and the rich lineup of existing NIKKOR lenses, Nikon is pursuing further possibilities for imaging expression.
*Details including release date and suggested retail price for this product have not yet been determined.
Proceed with us for more information.
Via: – Nikon Rumors