Nikon Releases the Nikon DSLR D4 Camera for Pros | Price, Specification and Photo

Nikon Releases the Nikon DSLR D4 Camera for Pros | Specification and Photo

Nikon fan Photographers have the reason to celebrate with the current release of Nikon DSLR D4 today, one week before CES 2012 event. It’s not because of the price but Nikon D4 promises to deliver super quality images combine with speed and accuracy at the same time with its great features.

Tagged as the new flagship camera, Nikon DSLR D4 brings you a 16.2 MP FX-format CMOS sensor, 10 fps continuous shooting which means the device can capture shots up 10 times per second. It also has the advanced 51 point AF System that is designed to capture every single motion with accuracy. A 91,000-Pixel RGB sensor is paired with Advanced SRS, ISO range expanded to 204,800, and 1080p video at 30p including audio with level of adjustment to meet quality sound. Screen size is 3.2-inch, 921,000-dot LCD.

Nikon D4 is made for convenience and durability even for an outdoor activity with its lightweight yet solid magnesium alloy materials. Other specifications of Nikon D4 includes: built-in HDMI and Dual memory card slots (one CF and one XQD).

Obviously the price of Nikon D4 is not for everyone at $6000. Target shipping of the product will start 30 days after today’s announcement according to report.

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