For a game that is about building and maintaining a closed-off penitentiary, Prison Architect serves up a surprisingly open sandbox in which to play. Every facet of the enclosure and its inmates has to be designed and overseen, and mismanagement can result in an influx of contraband or in the worst case, a riot. Complex and compelling.
The D5 is built for speed. It can capture 12 photos every second, and will even record 200 12-bit RAW files continuously. The camera uses an Expeed 5 image processor to achieve this rapid firing during continuous shooting. The D5 also features an option for two XQD memory cards, a new format that can record at speeds up to 500 megabits per second and store up to 2 terabytes on a card. It’s a big step up from CompactFlash.
Weight: The D5 is two handfuls. It weighs more than 1.4kg and you’ll need a generous backpack to accommodate it. Wireless transfers: The D5’s file sizes are significant. Even if you just record compressed files like JPGs (and you’ll want to be capturing RAW), expect files larger than 10MB. Bring your own flash: This camera assumes you’ll bring a professional camera flash to attach to its body. It doesn’t have its own lighting source. That said, with powerful lowlight performance, you may rarely need a flash.
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