Nikon D4s with 16 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor


Nikon has announced its latest full frame DSLR comes with a 16.2MP sensor and is capable of recording full HD video at 60fps. It uses the Expeed 4 image processing engine, has an ISO range of 100 - 25600, 51 focus points, maximum shutter speed of 1/8000, built in timelapse recording and a burst shooting rate of 11fps. As expected, it has a weather sealed magnesium alloy body and features a 3.2-inch LCD display along with an electronic viewfinder. Other specifications include a CF card slot, mini HDMI, microphone jack, headphone jack and a battery capable of over 3000 shots on a single charge. The D4S is priced at US$ 6,499.95 and is expected to be available from April 2014 onwards.

Specs: 16MP full-frame CMOS sensor | Expeed 4 processing | ISO 100-25,600 (expandable to ISO 50 - 409,600 equiv) | 51-point autofocus system (same as D4) | Group Area AF allows for more accurate subject tracking with less 'distraction' | 11 fps continuous shooting with continuous AE/AF | New 'small' Raw size (approx. 8 megapixel) | 1080/60p video for up to 10 mins at 42Mbps or 20 mins at 24Mbps | Smoother transitions when shooting interval or time-lapse stills/movies | CompactFlash and XQD card slots | Gigabit Ethernet port, in addition to support for WT-5A wireless transmitter | EN-EL18a battery provides 3020 shots per charge (CIPA).

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