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Nikon's new low-light powerhouse, the D5

The company sticks to traditional DSLRs with its next generation flagship.
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Nikon hasn't given up on traditional DSLRs just yet. Still the bread and butter of their business, the company is introducing their latest full-frame flagship, the D5. The camera features a new 20.8MP sensor with their EXPEED 5 image processor that allows for a wide ISO range from 100 to 102,400 and is expandable to an incredible, nightvision-like 3,280,000. 

As you can imagine, the D5 is pretty fast. You can shoot at up 12 fps and a new autofocus system with 153 focus points with 99 cross-type sensors helps ensure you nail that shot every time. You'll also get 4K video capability, a touchscreen LCD, and dual CF and dual XQD card slots. 

$6,500, Nikon

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