It's not for amateurs. It's not even for most professionals. But if you need a DSLR you can push to the absolute limit, the Nikon D5 Camera has you covered. The company's latest flagship is built around a new 20.8-megapixel CMOS sensor delivering a native ISO of 100 to 102,400, extendable to 50-3,280,000 (not a typo). The sensor is paired with an all-new AF system that has 153 focus points as well as its own dedicated processor, a new metering and scene recognition system, and the ability to focus in near complete darkness. Powering all these advancements — in addition to the 3.2-inch XGA LCD touchscreen and 4K video capture — is the EXPEED 5 image processing engine, delivering 12 fps performance with full AE and AF activated. Available in two models, one utilizing speedy XQD storage, and one using the more widespread CF standard.