by February 25, 2014 0 comments

Creating a leading flagship product is a challenging task, and so is enhancing on it. But Nikon has handled to do that with D4S, targeted at professional photographers. It is modified edition of D4, aimed at capturing images quicker and better.
Like its forerunner, Nikon D4S has 16.2 mega-pixel full frame image sensor, but is been redesigned and now also includes Nikon’s latest Expeed 4 image processor. With all new processor and CMOS sensor, D4S can shoot up to a range of ISO 409,600 as compared to D4’s range of 204,800 ISO. Nikon’s D4S has interface for both FX and DX lenses, which is an added advantage for professionals.
Other changes include more processing power then D4, a new group auto-focus feature which does a better job at object being monitored, feature beneficial for sports photographers. Some of other changes come on video side, where D4S can record in 1080p60, 1080p30, and 1080p24 making it more flexible than D4. D4S also has ability to capture uncompressed video through HDMi directly to a CF or XQD card reader simultaneously.
Nikon’s D4S will be launched in March and expected price is kept at $6499.95 for body only.

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