Nikon D810 £2400/$2500 What’s good: Whopping 36.3Mp, pro-style controls, build quality. What’s bad: Slow max drive rate, poor high-ISO performance. Our verdict: Coupled with top-grade lenses, it’s great for fine detail, but struggles a bit in low light. Nikon D5 £5100/$6500 What’s good: Great autofocus and metering, 12fps, ISO range. What’s bad: Low pixel count, bulky build, no Wi-Fi or tilt/ touch-sensitive screen. Our verdict: It’s the ultimate D-SLR, but poor value unless you need the speed and build.