June 30, 2016
Four key upgrades are introduced in the firmware update for the latest Nikon FX-format flagship DSLR, each one set to further deliver the potential and quality of today’s photography needs
Nikon Australia has announced the development of a new firmware for the Nikon D5. The new update, C: Ver. 1.10, is set to expand functions and boost the performance of the notable DSLR for professionals.
Availability: 23 June 2016
Pricing: Available for free download
The D5 has been extremely well-received on all fronts, winning prestigious global photo and imaging awards, such as the recent TIPA Awards 2016 and the Camera GP (Grand Prix) 2016 Readers Award – sponsored by Japan’s Camera Journal Press Club.
The free firmware update focuses on advancing the camera’s shooting capabilities, with four key improvements – amongst other additional updates1. These four upgrades are the introduction of a 9-point dynamic-area autofocus (AF) AF-area mode and an extension of maximum recording time of movies – including 4K UHD movies, Flicker Reduction for still images and electronic Vibration Reduction (VR) function for video recording.
1 Details regarding “additional updates” are provided on the firmware’s free download page at Nikon Download Centre
Four Key Upgrades
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