If you were expecting to see something amazing and never seen before then you’re probably going to be disappointed. The truth is with any new piece of camera gear the best place to start is right at home. The reason being it’s a controlled environment and there will be differences. The biggest mistake you can make is taking a new piece of gear out to a remote place, see something beautiful and have something happen you weren’t expecting. The D5 is a whole new beast compared to the D4 I’ve been using for years and getting used to those changes is essential.
What I find amazing are the things not being talked about. For me the first thing I noticed wasn’t the ISO or AF sensor, which is getting all the attention. The first thing I noticed was how good the grip felt. It is slightly different then the D4 and it’s actually more comfortable. Next I noticed the shutter sounded a little quieter to me. Then of course there was the AF sensor. Now it was quite dark when I took these with the shutter speed about 1/40 but I had absolutely no problem getting a sharp image. Just a quick initial test and I can’t wait to do some more.