Nikon Europe uploaded the first official Nikon D5 4K UHD sample video on Youtube:
Sit back and enjoy the sheer beauty of Nebraska in stunning 4K UHD video captured on the Nikon D5 by Nikon Ambassador, Bill Frakes.
As the first Nikon DSLR to record high-definition 4K/UHD movies in-camera, the Nikon D5 hugely exceeds the movie-making flexibility of the D4S.
4K movies (3840×2160 pixels) can be recorded at 30p/25p/24p in dot-by-dot native pixel crop, which ensures the highest image quality. When shooting Full HD (1080p) video, you can record at frame rates up to 50p/60p in multiple sensor crop formats, including native Full HD pixel crop.
When filming in M mode, sensitivity for all video resolutions and crop modes can be set from ISO 100 all the way up to Hi 5. Auto ISO allows ISO 200 up to Hi 5, and lets you configure the maximum ISO settings you want to work with. The camera offers clean HDMI out: even 4K movies can be recorded to the in-camera memory card or output uncompressed to HDMI with 8-bit 4:2:2 YCbCr. HDMI output is available for all movie resolutions during remote shooting
Nikon D5 | ‘My Nebraska’ shot exclusively in 4K on the Nikon D5
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