Nikon D4S DSLR Camera
Nikon’s D4 has been sitting on the top of food chain for years within the world of DSLR cameras. Now the Japanese brand looks to up their own ante with the latest iteration of their beloved flagship model in the Nikon D4S.
While it is technically a new model, the D4S shares a lot of similarities with the original D4. Both pack a 16.2 megapixel full-frame image sensor capable of shooting 11 frames per second at full resolution, but there is some improvement with the new D4S. Thanks to the Expeed 4 image processor, the D4S is 30 percent more powerful, giving users the ability to enable autoexposure and autofocus on each and every one of those 11 frames. This DSLR is capable of shooting as low as ISO 50 all the way up to a Hi-4 sensitivity of 409,600. There are some ergonomic updates worth mentioning as well. Nikon’s latest model sports a slimmer horizontal grip along with a new thumb rest on the vertical grip – a subtle, yet welcomed update. Now for the price tag. Seeing that it’s Nikon’s flagship camera, you already no it’s not going to be cheap. Expect to spend $6,500 on the D4S when it lands at select retailers on March 6th.
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