Nikon D5 Review: Is a $6,500 Camera Better than the D810?

Another awesome video review by Tony Northrup! Is the new Nikon D5 ($6,500) really better than the D810 ($2,797)? Tony completed his full review to compare D5 with D810, including the Sharpness, Dynamic Range, Landscapes, Controls, Studio Portraits, Low Light, Sports, Wildlife, Video and more.

We know the Nikon D810 is really a great DSLR camera and it is one of the most populare and Enthusiast full frame DSLR cameras, but the new Nikon D5 flagship full frame DSLR camera once again redefines what a DSLR is capable of capturing, and is engineered with the ideal balance of resolution, low-light ability, system speed and processing power. And the new Nikon D5 is Nikon’s first 4K video camera, and it offers up to ISO 3,276,800, which is 7 stops beyond what the Sony a7RII offers.

So, if you are interested, order immediately so as to obtain this new Nikon flagship DSLR camera as soon as possible.

Nikon D5 (XQD Version): $6,496.95 at AmazonB&HAdorama.

Nikon D5 (CF Version): $6,496.95 at AmazonB&HAdorama.

Nikon D810: $2,796.95 at Amazon, B&HAdorama.

Nikon SB-5000 AF Speedlight: $596.95 at AmazonB&HAdorama.

Reminder: The Nikon D5 4K firmware update will be released at the beginning of June.

Note: If you are a Nikon User, you can now join the Nikon Camera Users Facebook Group to share your Nikon photography and advice, ask and answer questions that arise and help each others!

Nikon Camera Users: https://www.facebook.com/groups/NikonCameraUsers