Thursday, January 5, 2012

The Nikon D4



The Nikon D4 is currently the latest flagship camera model of Nikon. It replaces the Nikon D3S and shows a number of improvements which includes a 16.2 megapixel sensor, faster auto-focus and more accurate metering sensors, it also adds the ability to shoot at an extended ISO of 204,800.

Features
  • 16.2 effective megapixel Full-Frame (36 mm × 24 mm) sensor with ISO 100–12800 (ISO 50–204800 Boost)
  • Nikon Expeed 3 image processor
  • 91,000 pixel RGB metering sensor with Advanced Scene Recognition System
  • Advanced Multi-CAM3500FX auto-focus sensor (51-point, 15 cross-type)
  • 0.12 s start up time and 0.042 s shutter release delay.
  • Image sensor cleaning
  • Ten frames per second in continuous FX mode (eleven frames per second with auto-exposure and auto-focus disabled)
  • Buffer for 100 RAW or 200 JPEG frames in one burst
  • Built-in HDR and time lapse modes
  • Built-in Gbit Ethernet port for data transfers and tetherred shooting.
  • 1080p Full HD movie mode at 24 fps worldwide and 25 or 30 depending on region, 720p at 25/50 or 30/60 fps, HDMI HD video output, stereo monitor headphone out, and stereo input (3.5-mm diameter) with manual sound level control.
  • Kevlar/carbon fibre composite shutter with a rating of 400,000 actuations
  • Live View with either phase detect or improved contrast detect Auto Focus
  • Virtual horizon indicates in Live View mode, also available during video capture
  • 'Active D-Lighting' with 6 settings and bracketing (adjusts metering and D-Lighting curve)
  • Dual card slots, one CompactFlash UDMA and one XQD card slot (mirror, overflow, back-up, RAW on 1/JPEG on 2, Stills on 1/Movies on 2, copy)
  • Fully weather sealed with O-rings

Watch the product tour video below


1 comment:

  1. woah! nikon d4 is very sleek! nice.

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