Nikon D850 36.3MP DSLR Camera vs Nikon D5 20.8MP DSLR Camera comparison

Compare Nikon D850 36.3MP DSLR Camera
Compare Nikon D5 20.8MP DSLR Camera
key specs
Camera TypeDSLR CameraDSLR Camera
Effective Pixels36.3 MP20.8 MP
Sensor TypeCMOSCMOS
Display Size3.2 inch3.2 inch
Battery TypeLithium ionLithium ion
Touchscreen-Yes
general
BrandNikonNikon
ModelD850 36.3MP DSLR CameraD5 20.8MP DSLR Camera
Model NameD850D5
ColorBlackBlack
TypeDSLR CameraDSLR Camera
Effective Pixels36.3 MP20.8 MP
Dimensions(WxHxD)35.4 x 25.6 x 16.2 cm158.5 x 160 x 92 mm
Temperature0 to 400 to 40
Model Number-D5 Body Only
SLR Variant-Body Only
Tripod Socket-Yes
Weight-575 GM
Ports-Micro Connector Type D HDMI
Accessory Shoe-ISO 518 hot-shoe with Sync and Data Contacts and Safety Lock
sensor features
Sensor TypeCMOSCMOS
Sensor Size-4/3 inch
ISO Rating-ISO 100 - 102400
display features
Display Size3.2 inch3.2 inch
Touch Screen-Yes
Other Display Features-Image Sensor Format FX, Monitor TFT Touch Sensitive LCD with 100% Frame Coverage and Manual Monitor Brightness Control
storage and power features
Battery TypeLithium ionLithium ion
Number of Batteries-1
lens features
Lens Mount-Nikon F Mount, With AF Coupling and AF Contacts
Manual Focus-Yes
Dust Reduction-Yes
Other Lens Features-Lens Aperture Instant Return, Electronically Controlled, Compatible Lenses Compatible with AF NIKKOR Lenses, Including Type G, E, and D Lenses Some Restrictions Apply to PC Lenses and DX Lenses Using DX 24 x 16 1.5x Image Area, AI-P NIKKOR Lenses and Non-CPU AI Lenses Exposure Modes A and M Only, IX NIKKOR Lenses, Lenses for the F3AF and non-AI Lenses can not be Used, The Electronic Rangefinder can be Used with Lenses that have a Maximum Aperture of f/5.6 or Faster The Electronic Rangefinder Supports 15 Focus Points with Lenses that have a Maximum Aperture of f/8 or Faster of Which 9 Points are Available for Selection
viewfinder features
View Finder-Yes
View Finder Type-Eye-level Pentaprism Single-lens Reflex Viewfinder
Viewfinder Coverage-97%
Viewfinder Magnification-0.72 x 50 mm f/1.4 Lens at Infinity, 1.0 m sup-1
Viewpoint Dioptric Adjustment--3 to +1 m sup -1
Other Viewfinder Features-Reflex Mirror Quick Return Type, Depth-of-field Preview Yes, Pressing Pv Button Stops Lens Aperture Down to Value Selected by User A and M Modes or by Camera P and S Modes, Viewfinder Eye Point 17 mm 1.0 m sup -1 from Center Surface of Viewfinder Eyepiece Lens
focus features
Auto Focus-Yes
Focus Points-153, 153 Focus Points of which 55 or 15 are Available for Selection
Metering Modes-Programmed Auto with Flexible Program P, Shutter-priority Auto S, Aperture-priority Auto A, Manual M
White Balancing-Auto 3 Types, Incandescent, Fluorescent 7 Types, Direct Sunlight, Flash, Cloudy, Shade, Preset Manual Upto 6 Values can be Stored, Spot White Balance Measurement Available During Live View, Choose Color Temperature 2500 K to 10000 K, All with Fine-tuning, Bracketing Types Exposure, Flash, White Balance, ADL
Other Focus Features-Detection Range - 4 to + 20 EV ISO 100, 20°C, AF-area Mode Single-point AF, 25, 72 or 153-point Dynamic-area AF, 3D-tracking, Group-area AF, Auto-area AF, Focus Lock Focus can be Locked by Pressing Shutter-release Button Halfway Single-servo AF or by Pressing the Center of the Sub-selector
exposure features
Exposure Compensation-1/3, 1/2 or 1 EV in Steps of -5 to +5 EV
Manual Exposure-Yes
Other Exposure Features-Metering System TTL Exposure Metering Using RGB Sensor with Approximately 180 K 180,000 Pixels, Exposure Lock Luminosity Locked at Detected Value
shutter features
Shutter Type-Electronically-controlled Vertical Travel Focal-plane Mechanical Shutter, Electronic Front-curtain Shutter Available in Mirror Up Release Mode
Shutter Speed-1/8000 - 30 sec
Self-timer-Yes
Other Shutter Features-Approximate Frame Advance Rate 12 fps, Upto 10 fps, CL 10 12 fps or 14 fps with Mirror Up CH or 3 fps Quiet Continuous Mode
flash features
Flash Modes-Front-curtain Sync, Slow Sync, Rear-curtain Sync, Red-eye Reduction, Red-eye Reduction with Slow Sync, Slow Rear-curtain Sync, Off, Auto FP High-Speed Sync Supported
Flash Compensation-1/3, 1/2 or 1 EV in Steps of -3 to +1 EV
Other Flash Features-Control TTL i-TTL Flash Control Using RGB Sensor with Approximately 180 K 180,000 Pixels, i-TTL Balanced Fill-flash for Digital SLR is Used with Matrix, Center-weighted, and Highlight-weighted Metering, Standard i-TTL Fill-flash for Digital SLR with Spot Metering, Flash-ready Indicator Lights when Optional Flash Unit is Fully Charged, Flashes after Flash is Fired at Full Output
image features
Image Format-File Format NEF RAW 12 or 14 bit Lossless Compressed, Compressed, or Uncompressed, Large, Medium and Small Available Medium and Small Images are Recorded at a bit Depth of 12 bits Using Lossless Compression, TIFF RGB, JPEG JPEG-Baseline Compliant with Fine 1 4, Normal 1 8 or Basic 1 16 Compression, Optimal Quality Compression Available, NEF RAW+JPEG Single Photograph Recorded in Both NEF RAW and JPEG Formats
Live View Shooting-Yes
connectivity features
Wifi-No
audio and video features
Audio Features-Audio Recording Device Built-in Stereo or External Microphone, Sensitivity Adjustable
Video Resolution-3840 x 2160
Video Format-MOV, H.264 / MPEG-4 Advanced Video Coding
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