Iris van Liempt

The Nikon D5 as a videocamera

wednesday 13 January 2016, 16:30 by | 1573 times read | 0 comments

Last week Nikon has announced their new flagship camera, the D5. This camera will be in stores in March, but it already looks very promising if we are to look at the specifications.

The D5 has already been used to create a video. The video is made up of short clips that have been shot using the Nikon D5. This gives an impression of the quality of the camera's video function.

About the video itself: it was direct by Nikon ambassador and photographer Corey Rich. The video is called 'Inspired' and I can see why. The video shows different photographers from different professions (wildlife, sports, fashion) while at work. They speak of what photography means to them and show what their work involves.

Even if you're not interested in the Nikon D5's video function, this video is worth the watch.


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Iris van Liempt

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Iris started photography in 2012 and found a real passion in photography. She's attending the New York Institute of Photography and studies psychology.

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