Nikon at CES 2016, Las vegas has introduced its flagship D5 along with its DX-format camera- D500 and KeyMission 360 action camera. Both D5 and D500 supports 4K video recording and comes with the new Expeed 5 image processor. They are priced at $6,500 and $1,999.95 respectively for the body-only configuration.
The flagship D5 offers a 20.8 MP sensor with 153 Auto Focus points and supports shooting videos at 12fps. It offers a ISO range of up to 102400 for low-light photography and users can shoot 4K videos at 30fps. The D500 comes with a 20.9 MP CMOS sensor with 153 Auto Focus points and a ISO range of 100-51200. Both offers a 3.2-inch touchscreen display along with dual memory card slots.
Nikon also announced its entry into the action camera market with its KeyMission 360 rugged camera capable of recording true 360-degree video in 4K UHD.
The Nikon KeyMission 360 features an image sensor and lens on opposite sides of the device, with images from each combining to create a single immersive, ultra-high-definition 360-degree video and still image.
Waterproof (approx. 100 ft./30m), and ready to stand up to dust, shock and low temperatures, the KeyMission 360 also features electronic Vibration Reduction (VR), enabled through applications during playback, that reduces the effects of camera shake to help produce sharp video quality.