Nikon's new flagship DSLR, the D5, has landed and it offers some serious high ISO reach. Natively, you can push the camera all the way to ISO 102,400 and in extended settings it goes all the way up to the 3 million mark. We've already seen what it looks like in the studio, so to put the camera's low light capabilities to the test in the real world we brought the D5 with us to the Crocodile, a much-loved Seattle concert venue, followed by a late night stroll through the cherry blossom-lined streets of the Emerald City's Capitol Hill neighborhood.

Please note, we've indicated which images are straight out of camera and which are Raw conversions (with ACR edits noted). We'll be updating with daylight shots for a full sample gallery soon.