Monday, 11 January 2016

Nikon steal the show at CES 2016 with D5 and two new entrants

As far as the Camera manufacturers are concerned, Nikon certainly swept away the CES 2016 international consumer electronics show with none of major competitors announcing any revolutionary product as Nikon did.

Image credit: Nikon
Although Nikon D5 was an expected product, nobody anticipated a new high-end APS-C DSLR, the D500 and a 360° virtual reality camera known as the KeyMission 360.

Specifications of  Nikon D5
  • 4k video recording.
  • 20.82-megapixel CMOS sensor with the new Expeed 5 chip handling image processing.
  • Extended ISO setting that can go up to 3,280,000.
  • An all-new autofocus system with 153 autofocus points.
  • Touchscreen navigation.
  • Radio-controlled flash system capable to communicate wirelessly with other compatible flash units.
  • Improved mirror mechanism.

Noteable Specifications of Nikon D500
  • 153-point autofocus system and Expeed 5 image processor.
  • 4k videos with a 3.2 inch screen.
  • Built-in Bluetooth for connection to Smartphones via Nikon SnapBridge App.

The KeyMission 360 on the other hand is targeted for an all new segment of virtual reality and internet videos. The main feature is to shoot 360-degree videos through an aspherical lens. It can do the recordings at 4k with integrated electronic image stabilization and a waterproof shell for its safety.

While the entire world is moving towards virtual reality and internet of things, Nikon truly stood up to its image of being the Pioneer in Camera and imaging technologies.

Back To Top
For Editorial Submissions, Business Inquiries or any other query, do write to us at

Copyright © 2017    ReviewMantra |  Terms of use  |  Privacy