In each millisecond, a masterpiece. Take a step forward. See those critical moments that had previously been invisible. Capture those moments that had previously been lost. Define them with a clarity that had previously been unattainable. For photographers who understand that photography is about critical moments, the D5 delivers an exceptionally sharp viewfinder image, stable even during 12 frames per second*1 high-speed continuous shooting. It features an incomparable autofocus system with 153 focus points including 99 cross sensors. It provides EXPEED 5 to maintain saturated colours and clarity between ISO 100 and 102400. Coverage is exceptionally wide, and a new buffer allows up to 200*2 NEF (RAW) images to be captured during one high-speed burst. Combining 4K/UHD video capability, rugged reliability, a new radio-controlled flash system, wireless transmission and NIKKOR’s unparalleled lens line-up, the new D5 opens up a clear path for you to take your step forward. Endless new territory for your photography lies within each millisecond. Go there, and discover your masterpiece. Own the game with Nikon’s phenomenal new autofocus (AF) system. With an incredible 153 focus points and 99 cross-type sensors, the D5 offers exceptionally wide coverage. Whether you are shooting the race or the red carpet, almost every situation is covered. Small subjects moving at high speed can be tracked with a new level of precision. Subjects at the edge of the frame are easily detected, and vertical shooting is vastly improved. AF sensitivity down to -4 EV*3 enables superior low-light performance, and all AF modes have been improved. The system is configurable in 153-point, 72-point and 25-point coverage settings in Continuous AF mode. All 153 focus points are compatible with AF NIKKOR lenses with an open aperture of f/5.6 or faster, and 15 central focus points work with an effective aperture of f/8. The camera’s high-performance buffer allows up to 200*2 NEF (RAW) or large JPEG images to be captured during one high-speed burst: enough to cover an entire 100m sprint final without taking your finger off the shutter-release button.