The Nikon D4s is the latest and most professional Nikon full-frame DSLR to date. It features a high-sensitivity 16 megapixels CMOS sensor with stellar ISO 50 to 409,600 sensitivity range. Its fast EXPEED 4 processor lets it shoot continuously at 11 FPS for up to 200 JPEG images or 78 RAW files at maximum quality in each respective formats. The D4s takes video features to the next level with full 1080p HD capture at 60 FPS which can be recorded simultaneously to flash memory and cleanly output over HDMI.
A review of the Nikon D4s was just published at Neocamera. This review covers in details differences between the D4s and its predecessor while analyzing the image-quality and performance of this new flagship DSLR.
The D4s is a true professional tool, taking the DSLR concept to its highest level. Its sturdy body houses an enormous battery capable of 3020 shots-per-charge and offers dual grips, each with dual control-dials, 8-way joysticks and AF-On buttons. A 100% coverage OVF with 0.7X magnification, 3″ LCD and weatherproof body round-off its core features.
This DSLR also offers high-end functions which are rarely found among digital cameras. Those include Time-Lapse Video, Interval Timer, Gigabit Ethernet, HTTP and FTP servers. Read the D4s review to see how this camera performs.
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