Professional photographers if you’re looking for the next big camera that you can buy, you might be interested to learn that the Nikon D5 could be inching towards an announcement, especially in the light of alleged photos ands pecs of the camera that have since been leaked, courtesy of the folks at Nikon Rumors.
As you can see in the photo above and below, these are the alleged leaked photos of the upcoming Nikon D5. On the surface it seems that Nikon did not change much, but when comparing the Nikon D5 to its predecessor, there are some slight changes made to the button layout at the top, where the record button has shifted from the middle to the side.
We can’t be sure if Nikon has done anything on the back since the photos that were leaked only shows a small portion of the camera, but we wouldn’t be surprised if there were some slight changes made to the back button layout as well. As for its rumored specs, not much is known but according to Nikon Rumors, we can expect 153 autofocus points, a new focusing module, and a native high ISO of up to 102,400.
This seems to be in line with what we heard back in June earlier this year. No doubt this is a huge step up from the Nikon D4S whose native ISO was at 25,600. As for when it will be announced, a 2016 launch will be most likely although no dates have been mentioned, but we wouldn’t be surprised if it were to be announced CP+, but until then take it with a grain of salt for now.