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Nikon D5 firmware update to extend the 4k video recording limit coming in June

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Back in January I reported a rumor about a new Nikon D5 firmware update that will extend the 4k video recording limit to 30 minutes. I received some information that the firmware update will be released at the beginning of June (it was initially supposed to be released at the end of March together with the Nikon […]

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Nikon D5 shipping date confirmed: March 26th

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Nikon Japan issued a notice confirming that the Nikon D5 camera and accessories will start shipping on March 26th, 2016. I received some information that the D5 will ship with the rumored firmware update that will allow 4k video recording for 29 minuted and 59 seconds. Here is the full list of new products expected on […]

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Rumors: Nikon D5 firmware update to extend the 4k video recording limit to 30 minutes

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The Nikon D5 can only shoot 3 minutes of 4k video while the D500 can shoot 4k for 30 minutes (see this and this post for more details). I received a tip that Nikon will release a firmware update after shipping starts in March that will increase the 4k recording limit of the D5 to 30 minutes. This […]

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Nikon D500 official sample 4k UHD video released

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Nikon Europe uploaded the official sample 4k UHD video from the Nikon D500 on YouTube:

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Does the iPhone 6S takes better video than the Nikon D750 camera?

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Fstoppers published a controversial video “The iPhone 6s Takes Better Video Than My Professional Nikon DSLR” (the DSLR in question was the Nikon D750). They basically compared the 4k footage from the latest iPhone 6s (down-sampled to 1080p) to the 1080p footage from the Nikon D750. Their conclusion? The iPhone won:

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