After getting a look at their new KeyMission 360 camera that shoots 360-degree video in 4K, here we see Nikon's successor to the D4. The D5 now features Ultra HD video capturing in 4K as well as a sensitive full-frame sensor. The maximum recording time for 4K is just three minutes, however, while the frame rates top out at 30p for 4K.

The flagship DSLR model boasts an impressive 12 fps continuous shooting rate and an expandable sensitivity range that goes up to ISO 3,280,000. Refined precision is accomplished thanks to 99 cross-type sensors, allowing you to shoot in less ideal lighting conditions. The 153-Point Multi-CAM 20K Autofocus System means improved subject recognition, all in addition to the AF engine that offers quick responses for focusing in on moving targets.

Additional tech specs include an EXPEED 5 image processor, a 180k-pixel RGB sensor, and a 3.2-inch touchscreen LCD monitor, among other features.

You can go ahead and pre-order the Nikon D5 today.

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