Nikon D4 Specifications Leaked; Might Hit Stores in February

January 5, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Recently, rumors have been surfacing around Nikon, the Camera manufacturer, and the last story was that Nikon might unveil its latest product Nikon D4 shortly. According to a cable leak, Nikon might showcase its new product at a function which is set to occur in Hong Kong in February.

The D4 is rumored to feature a 16.2 megapixel full frame sensor which helps in getting an ultra clear picture. The device has an 85mm f/1.8 lens to focus an object several meters away from you.

Nikon D4 is expected to offer a shutter speed of 10 frames per second (FPS), which can help you to take multiple images in a fraction of seconds. The camera is targeted at professionals, and the design is so simple that even an amateur can handle the device with ease.

The camera varies a lot from the previous versions of Nikon. It doubled the shooting sensitivity for D4 in comparison with the previous models.

Normally, the D4 offers a sensitivity of ISO 100 to ISO 102,000. There are 51 separate spots given for autofocus, which would make the work effortless.

The camera supports video formats too. D4 can be used to shoot videos with a resolution of 1080 pixels, at a frame rate of 30 FPS.

Dedicated video buttons are provided for easy handling. Video shooting offers complete coverage of depth and heights with the pentaprism design.

Although the exact date and price hasn’t been announced, rumors suggest that the device could get on shelves for a price of $6000.

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