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Full frame sensor.
10 fps RAW shooting.
Manual audio controls.
Web-based camera control.
Dual card slots.
Uncompressed video via HDMI port.
Separate 91,000 pixel sensor is dedicated to light metering.
Autofocus and recognizing and adjusting to different shooting scenarios.
More rounded and ergonomic design.
Excellent shooting performance.
Versatile connectivity options.
Impeccable image quality.
Full frame sensor.
Integrated vertical grip.
Very low image noise.
Low noise at ultrahigh ISOs.
Improved handling and comfortable grip.
Performance is hard to fault.
No SD card slot.
Second card slot is Sony’s new and expensive XQD format.
Built-in mic only offers mono sound.
Burst shooting is a frame slower per-second than the competing Canon 1D X.
No USB 3.0 interface.
Ethernet connection sucks a lot of battery power.
Live View switch is positioned awkwardly for frequent video shooters.
Big and heavy.
Only one CF card slot.
ISO performance only slightly cleaner than D3S.
By Photo Answers on April 08, 2013
Street price: £5289 (body only) Resolution: 16.2Mp (4928x3280 pixels) Lens mount: Nikon F Focal length multiplication: 1x Focusing: 51-point selectable Burst rate: 11fps Write times (to XQD): 0.8secs (RAW), 0.5secs (JPEG) ISO range: 100-12,800,...
By RegHardware on August 03, 2012
Sometimes making a great camera a better one is more difficult than just making a great camera. The D4 fixes every little complaint pro users had over the previous model and adds some unexpected but well-received features. My final take on the D4 is...
By cnet on July 16, 2012
For Nikon devotees looking for the fastest body available, the D4...
By Tech2 on June 22, 2012
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By Photo Answers on June 21, 2012
In my eyes, this DSLR is unbeatable. It’s the best camera for capturing action, and I haven’t handled anything else that comes close. And when you’re photographing something like the Olympics, especially this one on home soil, you don’t want to miss a...
By Videomaker on June 09, 2012
With Web-based control, uncompressed video output over HDMI, and full frame sensor, the D4 has every feature that serious-minded sports and wedding photographers and videographers need. Nikon Inc....
By CamcorderInfo on June 07, 2012
We shot some great stuff with the Nikon D4 in daylight, and we were impressed with the camera's exquisite depth of field control, but the real benefits of the camera shine through in low light situations. With its large sensor and ridiculous ISO...
By Wired on June 01, 2012
The Nikon D4 has some fairly big shoes to fill. Its predecessor, the 12.1-megapixel Nikon D3S was a veritable low-light killer, capable of shooting crisp images even in poor lighting without a flash.But the D3S had one major deficiency: while its...
By Pocket-lint on May 02, 2012
There’s no doubt that the Nikon D4 is an incredible camera. D3S owners might not see enough of an image quality improvement to make the upgrade (ignoring resolution difference), but everywhere else the camera is a stunner. A world-class autofocus...
By CNET Asia on April 23, 2012
The Nikon D4 is a serious pro tool designed for the likes of sports and editorial photographers--its many improvements and usability tweaks will ensure that every shooting situation is catered for....
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