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Nikon D5 Firmware update: Now record video up to 29 minutes

Nikon has announced a new firmware update for its DSLR flagship D5. Nikon D5 Firmware C 1.10 update now has been solved the limited 3 minute video recording issue. In addition to upgrading the video capabilities, Nikon will also fix some bugs and adding a few extra features that which we have seen in the D5000. Some Highlight of the …

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Nikon pushing Nikon D5 QXD version up to 90%, CF only 10%

The Nikon D5 flagship was first launched at CES 2016 has received a lot of attention from professional and amateur photographers. Other important information that everyone is talking about the Nikon D5 QXD and CF models these days, as we know, Nikon is produced D5 in two available options such as XQD memory card or CF memory card slot for …

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Nikon D5 FX-Format DSLR Camera up for Pre-order at $6,496.95

After the official announcement of the latest Nikon D500 flagship of DX line, Nikon has officially unveiled the Nikon D5 FX-Format DSLR Camera, an advanced alternative to Nikon D4S professional camera today. Nikon D5 Camera¬†is currently up for Pre-order on B&H photovideo and Amazon online retail stores and will be released on March 15, 2016. There are two variants of …

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Nikon D5 with 4K video and ISO of 102,400: Rumor

Reportedly, Nikon is developing new image processing chip that allowing the company’s most advanced DSLR camera called Nikon D5 to shoot 4K videos. Previously, Nikon’s EXPEED image processor chip was based on the Fujitsu Milbeaut ISP. In early March of this year, Fujitsu has partnered with Panasonic to its System LSI business to Socionext Inc. and Socionext Inc. announced the …

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Nikon D5 with 20MP sensor Leak

According to Nikon Rumors, Nikon is preparing to move their DSLR to highest level this year is Nikon D5 Camera, successor to the Nikon D4S was launched from January 2-2014. You can see the Nikon D5 Leak picture above, the Camera will be coming with all-new 20 megapixel sensor instead of the Nikon Digital Camera D4S 16.2 megapixel. Focusing system …

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