We've just published our 25-page, in-depth review of the Nikon D7100. Sitting atop Nikon's APS-C DSLR lineup, the D7100 offers a 24MP CMOS sensor sans AA filter and a 51-point AF system that borrows heavily from the D4. In terms of ergonomics...Show More Summary
Nikon has posted firmware updates for a number of its DSLRs. Updates for the D600, D800, D4, D3s, D3x, D3, D7000 and D3200 include support for the AF-S Nikkor 800mm f/5.6E FL ED VR lens. The D600 and D800 see an improvement to the subject tracking performance in continuous autofocus mode when shooting using the optical viewfinder. Show More Summary
The Canon EOS 1D X and Nikon D4 are aimed squarely at the specific and demanding needs of working pros. We recently sat down with two staff photographers from the Seattle Times for their insights gained through using these pro-level cameras on a daily basis. Show More Summary
Ever wonder what it looks like inside an Nikon D4 as it’s shooting at 10 frames per second? Our puny little eyes would be hard pressed to discern anything at
The insanely popular Nikon D7000 finally gets an upgrade. Today Nikon announced the new D7100, DX format DSLR. It’s that perfect step-up from the starter DSLR with features borrowed from the Nikon flagship D4. We love when that happens. So here’s what you get: 24.1 mp, a brand new sensor designed for this camera, ExSpeed3 [...]
Nikon has issued a minor firmware update for its D4 professional DSLR. Versions A 1.04 and B 1.02 improve performance of the camera's Subject Tracking AF feature in AF-C (continuous-servo autofocus) mode. The firmware is available for immediate download from the company's website. Click through for the link.
Look away arachnophobes. From the Department of Awesome Natural Wonders comes this time-lapse video of a spider spinning its web. Using the time-laps feature on a Nikon D4 camera, Jean-Michel shot this brief but beautiful video over the course of an hour and a half. Show More Summary
Merry Christmas: Tom Walker took this photo of a decorated boat during the Newport Harbor annual Christmas Parade on Dec. 21 with a Nikon D4. ALSO: Submit your photos Quiz: Test your photography knowledge Southern California Moments: Best of November...
Vimeographer Jean-Michel chanced upon this spider weaving a web and decided to document the process. He used a Nikon D4 in time-lapse mode, shooting once every 4 secs. for about 1-1/2 hours. Hat Tip Link
The Nikon D600 is packed full of impressive features, whilst still being the smallest and lightest full-frame (FX) DSLR in Nikon's history. With many of the same great features as the D4 and D800, this camera is perfect for you if you're looking to upgrade to full-scale photography. Show More Summary
The Olympics are always the great proving ground for the latest camera technology, but it's not just Canon's EOS-1D X and Nikon's D4 that are bringing the experience of the games to the wider world. US broadcaster NBC is publishing a...Show More Summary
Full-frame flagship finesse If you thought the Nikon D3s was the ultimate DSLR for photojournalism, sport and low light photography, then think again. The Nikon D4 is not only the D3’s obvious upgrade and replacement but also Nikon’s attempt to redefine, yet again, professional imaging standards.…
A look back at DSLRs from the early Nikon D1 to the current Nikon flagship, the D4, and on how it has radically improved the ways we can photograph.
You can almost see the story playing out. An old man sits on his porch, showing off his dusty Nikon D4 to his intrigued grandson. He tells the tale of how cameras went from bulky devices with huge lenses to sleek phones in our pockets. Show More Summary
Nikon's D4 is currently the only belle at the XQD ball, and until now, Sony was its only memory suitor. However, Lexar's just arrived with a new line of cards to compete for the D4's affections. The Fremont-based company says it collaborated...Show More Summary
Have you managed to get your hands on Nikon's elusive D4 full-frame DSLR? It should be smooth sailing from here, with the occasional firmware update being your only critical acquisition going forward. D4 firmware 1.02 brings a handful...Show More Summary
With blazing fast data transfer speeds, Sony's XQD Memory Card achieves stable, continuous shooting to capture each moment in the highest quality. When using with Nikon's DSLR "D4", XQD memory cards can record approximately up to 108...Show More Summary
YESTERDAY’S BLOG POST ABOUT THE NIKON D4 BROUGHT THIS EMAIL FROM ROGER SIMON: “Saw your write up of the D4. Just bought the Sony Alpha A-57 from Amazon and it’s great!…. and thousands less than the price of the Nikon. Sony is doing interesting innovative stuff. (I bought a Tamron 18-200 lens to go with [...]
TEST-SHOOTING Nikon’s new top-of-the-line D4. They like it. Sounds kinda pricey though.