Nikon D4 Flagship DSLR, 16.2 Megapixels

| January 11, 2012 |

Forget about buying a compact. If you want to take high quality shots, you need to use a DSLR. Nikon have a brand new offering that’s due for release at the end of next month. Let’s check out the camera’s spec, to see if it’s worth preordering one.

The Nikon D4 is an awesomely impressive 16.2 megapixel DSLR. It has an expansive 100 to 204,800 ISO range, which should allow you to take fantastic images regardless of the light conditions that are available to you.

It has a generous 10 frame per second shutter speed too, and you can also shoot high definition 1080p video, should the need for it arise. You can record up to twenty minutes of video footage at a time.

If you want to compare it to another impressive DSLR that’s currently on the market, the closest camera you could check out, features wise, is the Canon EOS-1DX. Canon’s flagship DSLR has a larger megapixel sensor, but the ISO range cannot compare with Nikon’s latest offering.

You’ll be able to pick up Nikon’s latest DSLR at the end of February this year. If you can’t wait until then to take a closer look, go along to next week’s CES show in Las Vegas, it’ll be on display for you to make a closer inspection.

The price tag for one of these stands at almost $6000 (£4000). This camera is for taking holiday snaps or photos at the odd family celebration, this is a serious piece of equipment for truly professional snappers.





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