The upcoming Nikon D5 DSLR camera will have a 20 MP sensor (plus more leaked D5 pictures)

I received few more Nikon D5 pictures from Asia. You can now see the third Fn2 button and the back layout of the camera. The Nikon D5 is currently in production in the Sendai manufacturing plant in Japan. I can also now confirm the 20MP sensor I initially reported back in February. The top of the new Nikon D5 camera compared to the D4s:

Update: more D5 pictures are available here.

And the back of the D5 compared to the D4s:

Here is the updated list of the rumored Nikon D5 specifications:

  • New 20MP FX sensor (confident)
  • New focusing module with larger coverage and 153 autofocus points (confident)
  • Native high ISO of 102,400 (confident)
  • 15 fps (not sure)
  • Body design similar to the D4s (confident)
  • 4K video 60/30fps (not sure)
  • Full HD slow motion (not sure)
  • Update: 2 identical memory cards (not sure CF or XQD, I was told that both memory cards slots are identical and looked bigger than SD – maybe something got lost in the translation)
  • Announcement expected in early 2016 (confident)
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