Nikon announces the Next Generation D4 Digital-SLR camera: 16.2 MP Count, Incredible ISO Range, and Equipped with 91 K-pixel RGB sensor

Posted on Jan 6 2012 - 5:47pm by Editorial Staff

Nikon Corporation announces the release of the Next Generation of Digital-SLR camera model, named as D4. Nikon D4 is based on all the basic performance achieved with the D3 series, which had allowed the industry in image expression. As expected, the Nikon D4 boosts both megapixel rating to 16.2 and extended ISO of 204,800 at Hi-4, and includes a brand new full-frame FX-format sensor.

D4 Digital-SLR Camera functions and features:

  1. New Nikon FX-format CMOS image sensor
  2. New EXPEED 3 image-processing engine with superior, high-speed processing capabilities
  3. 91K-pixel RGB sensor for the more accurate Advanced Scene Recognition System
  4. Faster and more accurate AF with 51 focus points
  5. Multi-area Mode Full HD D-movie with three image area options
  6. Smooth workflow from initial setup to image transfer
  7. Extremely durable shutter that has passed testing for 400,000 cycles
  8. Magnesium alloy adopted for the very strong, durably body that is very resistant to dust and water
  9. Effective sealing using O rings and packing make the camera more resistant to dust and water
  10. Silent shutter-release mode for live view photography that almost completely eliminates the sounds of the mirror and shutter operation
  11. A time-lapse photography feature, with which the camera automatically takes photos at selected intervals to record a time-lapse movie, which can be played back at 24–36,000x normal playback speed
  12. Operation optimized for both horizontal (landscape) and vertical (portrait) shooting
  13. Button backlights (illuminators) for increased visibility when working in dimly lit or dark situations
  14. High-performance viewfinder, utilizing a glass pentaprism, with a frame coverage of approximately 100% (FX format) and magnification of approximately 0.7x
  15. Four image area options for still shooting—FX (36 x 24), 5:4 (30 x 24), 1.2x (30 x 20), DX (24 x 16)—with viewfinder indicator that identifies the current image area
  16. A 3.2-inch, approximately 921k-dot LCD monitor with reinforced glass and wide viewing angle; integration of the glass and panel reduce internal reflections
  17. A virtual horizon that shows the degree to which the camera is tilted sideways (roll), forward or backward (pitch) with display in the monitor and viewfinder
  18. White balance that can be adjusted in units of 10 K; white balance can be specified separately for shooting (white balance applied to images) and monitor display with still-image shooting in live view mode
  19. The new compact Wireless Transmitter WT-5 with simple connection to the camera (available separately)
  20. Capture NX 2 Ver. 2.3 for significantly faster processing

Wait, to get all the above features and functions, get ready to bag out $6000,

 About Nikon Corporation:

Nikon Corporation also known as just Nikon, is a multinational corporation headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, specializing in optics and imaging. Its products include cameras, binoculars, microscopes,measurement instruments, and the steppers used in the photolithography steps of semiconductor fabrication, of which it is the world’s second largest manufacturer.

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