We have the latest rumored information via NR that the upcoming Nikon D5 flagship full frame DSLR camera will come with the newly 20MP FX full frame sensor comparatively more than its predecessor Nikon D4S DSLR camera’s 16.2MP.
After seeing the native ISO range of its predecessor‘s ISO 25,600, which can be further expanded up to highest ISO range of 409,600 according to the requirement, we can also expect that the native high ISO range of Nikon D5 will be 102,400 and can be further expanded upto 838,400 .
Hence due to higher ISO range compare to Nikon D4S DSLR, the Nikon D5 can capture rich saturation in dim light with having low-noise in the images and also it can it produces sharp and impressive images in less light.
It is also expected that Nikon D5 will have superior top continuous shooting speed of 15fps compare to Nikon D4S, which has 11fps, so Nikon D5 will display consecutive images faster than its predecessor.
Nikon D5 will have 173 autofocus points compare to the Nikon D4S DSLR camera’s 51-point Advanced Multi-CAM 3500FX AF Sensor. Hence due to more AF points it will find out and focus on real subject instead of something else and also it can focus on moving subjects for greater accuracy when shooting at high continuous shooting speeds.
It is expected that it will be announce in the last of 2015 or in the early of 2016.
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