The new standard for professional photographers.
Nikon is proud to announce the release of the new D4, an FX-format camera that stretches the boundaries of functionality, performance and versatility.
Based on the D3 series with the addition of a number of new functions and features, the D4 opens up an exciting world of new possibilities for professional photographers.
The D4 is equipped with a new Nikon FX-format CMOS image sensor (imaging size of 36.0 × 23.9 mm) and EXPEED 3, the latest image-processing engine specifically optimised for DSLR cameras. With 16.2 million pixels and an ISO range from 50 – 204800, the D4 offers superior image quality under a broad range of lighting conditions.
In addition to the built-in wired LAN features, the D4 also supports high-speed image transfer via wireless LAN when the new, compact, easy-to-use Wireless Transmitter WT-5 (optional) is connected to the camera. This new wireless transmitter and internal Ethernet port mean high-speed communication and image upload is now possible, direct from the camera to an FTP server anywhere in the world. The D4 also makes it possible to view and take photos remotely (using a browser equipped computer or phone).
The D4 is also equipped with a number of new functions that support a more efficient workflow for professional photographers, including one that allows users to add IPTC (International Press Telecommunications Council) information to images.
The Multi-area Mode Full HD D-movie, movie recording function is capable of recording Full-HD movies at 30 fps, and offers three movie-recording formats for selection according to recording conditions or creative intent.
The D4 allows faster recording to memory cards, with built-in support for high-speed, UDMA 7-compatible CompactFlash memory cards and next-generation, high-speed XQD memory cards. The D4 also has the ability to record uncompressed movies to an external recorder, preserving the quality of these uncompressed files.
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