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Nikon D5 Price in Malaysia

Compare Prices of Nikon D5

Best price for Nikon D5 in Malaysia is RM 22,950.10

You can buy the Nikon D5 at the lowest price of RM 22,950.10 from Lazada.
Alternatively, the Nikon D5 is also sold in Philippines at Galleon with the price of RM 40,907.00 and Singapore at Lazada with the price of RM 26,961.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 15 June 2018, 22:40.

Price List by Country for Nikon D5

Country International Price Price in MYR
Malaysia MYR 22,950.10 MYR 22,950.00
Philippines PHP 546,563.00 MYR 40,907.00
Singapore SGD 9,100.00 MYR 26,961.00

Reviews of Nikon D5
Reviewed on 2016-12-06
The Canon EOS-1D X Mark II and Nikon D5 are undoubtedly the flagship cameras for both companies, and both are cameras that many professionals have been waiting for. The EOS-1D X Mark II replaces the EOS-1D X from 2011, while the Nikon D5 replaces the D4...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-23
No light? No problem, Super-fast shooting, Built like a tank
What the hey, 4K?, Where's the Wi-Fi
“Anything you can do, I can do better.” All aboard the banter bus, yeah?It might sound like playground smack talk, but it's also the mantra that's kept rivals Canon and Nikon neck-and-neck for decades, churning out some properly brilliant cameras in the p...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-21
Last updated: November 21, 2017Are you a speed freak? Hungry to photograph anything that goes zoom? Or perhaps you just want to get Sports Illustrated level shots of your child's soccer game.Fortunately, there are a ton of cameras on the market that will...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-01
There's no one camera that's perfect for everyone. Maximum resolution is a top priority for landscape photographers, while sports shooters put a premium on high-speed image capture and processing. And for some, portability or video capabilities are key co...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-20
With the introduction of Sony's a9, photographers who have the need for speed have three fast-paced, full frame bodies to choose from. We've reviewed the Nikon D5 and the 1D X Mark II but have yet to get our hands on Sony's new hero. Still, it makes sense...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-20
Impressive AF speed and accuracy, outstanding battery life, durable build, blazing continuous shooting speeds, high ISO sensitivity
Lacks builtin GPS, noisy shutter, limited video feature set
If digital cameras were superheroes, Nikon's D5 would unquestionably be Superman, at least in the Nikon universe. Like the Kryptonian, the D5 has terrific vision—locking focus on fast subjects or in low light.And, like the Man of Steel, it's tough, with i...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-08
Fast 153-point autofocus system, 12fps continuous shooting, Strong high ISO image quality, 20MP full-frame image sensor, Tough, durable build, 3,2-inch touch LCD, Clean HDMI output, 4K video capture, Available with dual XQD or CF slots
4K video is cropped, Underwhelming autofocus for video, No Wi-Fi or GPS, Omits in-body flash
If you're looking in the market for a true pro-grade SLR—one with a huge battery, a build that's going to withstand the rigors of daily use, a full-frame image sensor, and a focus system that can keep up with high frame rates—you have two real choices: Ca...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-01
Excellent image quality; rugged weathersealed body design What's Not: Large size and high price tag Who It's For: Professionals who need to handle any photographic situation
Large size and high price tag Who It's For: Professionals who need to handle any photographic situation
KEY SPECS Sensor: 20.8MP CMOS (full-frame) Sensitivity: ISO 50–3,276,800 Burst Rate: 12 fps Autofocus: 153 AF points, 55 of them selectable; sensitive to –4 EV Price: $6,497, street, body only Info: nikonusa.comWhat's Hot: Excellent image quality; r...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-27
Nikon's flagship DSLR is designed for life in the fast lane and sets a record for sensitivity range. Find out how it performs in our Nikon D5 review.The Nikon D5 replaces the D4S as Nikon's top-flight DSLR aimed at professional news and sports photograp...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-01
New 20.8MP fullframe sensor with barraising overall high ISO performance, 12fps continuous shooting with low viewfinder blackout times, Classleading AF subject tracking performance with 153 AF points, 99 cross sensors spread across the frame for AF in cha...
Low ISO dynamic range and Raw file malleability lacking, comparatively, Large size and heavy weight will put off some users, JPEG engine noise reduction is still clumsier than the best on the market, XQD card model required for maximum buffer performance,...
The Nikon D5 is the company's flagship action-oriented DSLR, sporting a 20.8MP full-frame sensor, 153-point autofocus system and a full-size, double-grip chassis that is both tough as nails and exceedingly comfortable to use. Though the core build of this...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-24
As the eagerly-awaited successor to the 16-Mpix D4s, the new Nikon D5 boasts an all-new 20.8-Mpix full-frame CMOS sensor with ISO up to 3.28M (yes, million), 12 fps continuous shooting, a new 153-point AF system, and 4K (UHD) video capabilities. Read on t...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-07
Professional wedding photographer Ed Godden tests the Nikon D5 to find out if it's a worthy replacement for his pair of Nikon D750 bodiesI've been a photographer for 20 years, 19 of them spent using Nikon equipment. A brief fling with Canon at the start o...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-06
The D5 is Nikon's top-of-the-line DSLR with extremely high image burst rates, a very fast AF system, a full-frame sensor, and a robust, professional body. In addition, it offers sophisticated video options, including 4K. ( Editor's Note: Some image and...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-29
Fast, versatile AF (153 AF points and 99 crosstype sensors), with its own processor, that still focuses in low light, ISO range 100 to 102,400 (expandable to Hi5: ~ ISO 3 million), 12 bps with AE/AF tracking, Extremely big buffer for taking series shots,...
Screen does not tilt or rotate, Only XQD card slots, no CF or SD, 1415 grams (body only) and list price of 7109 euros
Since March 2016, the Nikon D5 has been for sale for an impressive list price of €7109.-. Nikon's new top model is intended for photographers and filmmakers who work under extreme conditions: built like a tank, 12 images (incl. AF) per second in an uninte...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-22
The D5 is Nikon's new flagship camera in the company's lauded professional DSLR line. This blazing fast, highly precise machine will certainly meet the expectations of professional photographers and it's an excellent upgrade from 2014's D4S. It features a...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-18
The D5 is Nikon's latest flagship professional DSLR, sitting right at the top of its line-up and representing an upgrade from 2014's D4S. It's no surprise to see Nikon announcing a new camera in this year with big sporting tournaments, especially the Olym...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-10
How does Canon's blisteringly fast EOS-1D X Mark II shape up versus Nikon's high-ISO monster, the D5?The similarities between the successors to the EOS-1D X and the D4S are obvious: they both offer a resolution of 20MP, 4K video recording and more AF poin...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-03
After talk of its development, Nikon has finally announced its most powerful DSLR. Michael Topham lays his hands on the mighty Nikon D5.In November last year, Nikon announced that it was in the late stages of developing a new flagship model in its FX-form...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-26
The Nikon D5 replaces the D4S as the flagship camera in the Nikon DSLR range. You've already seen all the official Nikon D5 specs , and you've read our Nikon D5 hands-on review . Now we're bringing you further analysis of Nikon's first 4K DSLR, with a com...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-11
Nikon's flagship SLR looks set to be the camera of choice for pros at the Olympic games this summer as long as they don't want to shoot 4K videos longer than 3 minutes. Find out our first impressions in our hands-on Nikon D5 review.Jump To: Nikon D5 hands...
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