Here is a great news for all the Nikon lovers out there. Nikon Rumors has launched the first photos of the Nikon D5, which is expected to be officially announced in early 2016.
How is it different from the current Nikon D4S? As seen is the leaked photo of Nikon D5 (above) and Nikon D4S (below), we can easily make out that the top right section of the camera has some physical changes. The soon-to-be-released Nikon camera has a new ISO button, replacing the MODE button. Microphone holes have been placed just above the ‘D5’ label and the video record button has been relocated, as it is not visible on the top panel (as it is on Nikon D4S).
And what about the specs? Well, you will be amazed to know that the Nikon D5 will feature 153 autofocus points. On top of that, this camera will feature a high native ISO of 102,400, whereas the NikonD4S has native ISO of 25,600. The rumors are that this new camera might come with 15 FPS (fingers crossed).
Can you notice any other change in the Nikon D5 in comparison to the Nikon D4S? Share in the comments below.