As Nikon Rumors points out, there is a new ISO button on the top plate and the video record button has been moved to the side. Additionally, there are mic holes added above the D5 label on the left side of the lens mount instead of on the right side.
Again, we expect to see more of the Nikon D5 at or around CES 2016 early next month.
Word on the upcoming Nikon D5 has been slow ever since Nikon announced its development earlier this fall. New rumors (via Nikon Rumors), however, point to an updated AF system with 153 AF points (up from 51-points on the Nikon D4s). Additionally, the max native sensitivity is expected to get a boost to ISO 102,400 (up from 25,600 on D4s).
Prior rumored specs for the D5 included:
- New 20MP FX sensor
- 15 fps
- Body design similar to the D4s
- 4K video 60/30fps
- Full HD slow motion
As I’ve said before, I suspect that we will see/hear more around CES 2016 in early January.
B&H has bumped its rewards offering to 10% back on certain Canon and Nikon DSLRs.
B&H has been doing its rewards program for a year or two now. Typically, we see specials where you will get 2% or 4% rewards when you buy certain products.
The way it works is you get the rewards via email 40-60 days after your purchase. Then, you have 6 months to use this “store credit” (for lack of a better term) before it expires.
Now, B&H is offering a 10% reward on certain Canon and Nikon cameras, which you can find here at B&H Photo.
Specifically, the deals apply to the following models: [Read more…]