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Nikon D5: A pro sports photographer gives us his opinion

Nikon D5: a pro photographer's opinion A Bahaman athlete, shot through the flame and heat haze in the Olympics Stadium in the 4 x 100m Mens Relay - London Olympics 2012. Nikon D4, Nikon 300mm F2.8, 1/500 sec F4 ISO 800. Photograph by...Show More Summary

Nikon D5 is new on the inside, modestly changed on the outside (pictures) - CNET

2 years agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

The question is whether the small changes may throw you off when switching from the D4s.

New Gear: Nikon D5 DSLR Has a Brand New Sensor, Pushes to ISO 3,280,000

2 years agoArts / Photography : Pop Photo

Nikon shooters have been waiting on an update to the flagship D4s DSLR for a while, and now it’s here in the form of the very powerful D5 DSLR. At its heart, the D5 is equipped with a brand new 20.8-megapixel sensor that’s coupled with Nikon’s new Expeed 5 image processor. Show More Summary

Nikon D5 Rumors: Alleged Photos of New Camera Leaked

For many years, Nikon has retained its consistency in the market, and while some owners of the D4S had a couple of concerns with the latest DSLR camera, rumor has it that the Nikon D5 will resolve all the issues.

Nikon issues D750 and D4s firmware updates, optimizes D750 VR with compatible lenses

Nikon has released firmware updates for its D750 and D4S DSLRs, providing both with a new external recording control option for use with external recorders using Atomos Open Protocol. At the end of a list of bug fixes, Nikon also mentions that the D750's firmware version 1.10 introduces 'optimal vibration reduction' with vibration reduction lenses. Show More Summary

Nikon D5 Confirmed To Be In Development

The Nikon D4 was announced several years ago and it has since been replaced by upgraded models of it. However if you wanted a true successor, then you probably want the Nikon D5 whose alleged specs were leaked earlier this year. Now we can’t confirm whether or not the specs are real, but in the meantime we do have some good news to share. Show More Summary

Nikon Says a D5 Is Under Development

2 years agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

Anyone speculating that Nikon would follow up its D4S with a D5 can bask in vindication. Nikon announced that it is indeed developing a new full frame flagship DSLR to be named the D5. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is all they said about it. Show More Summary

Alleged Nikon D5 Camera Specs Revealed

When it comes to Nikon’s high-end professional cameras, the Nikon D4S sits pretty high on that list. However it looks like Nikon might have a newer camera in the works that could potentially rival the Nikon D4S, at least as far as low-light photography is concerned. Show More Summary

Shooting A Timelapse With A D4 And A 300 Microns PCB Pinhole

Sometimes taking a good pinhole timelapse just means going over the top with the gear used both for the actual shooting and creating the (pin)hole. Such was the case for Alexy Frangieh who used a Nikon D4 to record a pinhole timelapse. Alexy also used state of the art PCB milling machine to create a 0.3mm [...]Show More Summary

Firmware update enhances Nikon D4s features, including unlimited continuous shooting

Nikon has issued updated firmware for its D4s professional DSLR, altering the way numerous features operate on the camera. Changes include removing the limitation on the number of images that can be captured in a single continuous burst in the manual and shutter priority exposure modes. Show More Summary

Nikon D4s

3 years agoArts / Photography : Pop Photo

Nikon has pushed the low-light limits of their flagship DSLR…

Nikon Warns Of Fraudulently Modified D610, D800E, D4S Cameras

We’ve heard of imitation phones, computers, but DSLR cameras? Those aren’t as common as you would think, but apparently this is an issue that Nikon is looking to warn its customers about. The company has recently issued an update to its service note warning customers that there are potentially fraudulently modified Nikon DSLRs out there. Show More Summary

Nikon firmware update to allow improved communication with Atomos recording devices

Nikon has announced that it will release new firmware for three of its DSLRs, improving their ability to communicate with the Atomos Shogun and Ninja-2 external video recording devices. The cameras concerned are the Nikon D4S, the D810 and the D750 and the update is slated to arrive this summer. Read more

Real-world test: Nikon D750 at the Museum of Flight

The D750 is Nikon's enthusiast-oriented full-frame DSLR, featuring a 24MP sensor and a raft of high-end features borrowed from the D810 and D4S. These include a tweaked version of their highly capable 51-point AF system and a very solid HD video specification. Show More Summary

Nikon releases D4S firmware C:1.10

Nikon has issued a firmware update for the D4S. The long list of improvements included in this firmware version are mostly minor bug fixes and tweaks to menus and camera operation. See the full details and get a link to download the latest D4S firmware version. Read more

Nikon announces full-frame D810 with no OLPF

Nikon has announced its latest midrange FX-format digital SLR: the D810. The camera replaces both the D800 and D800E, and features a 36.3MP CMOS sensor with no low-pass filter. The EXPEED 4 engine from the D4s has been incorporated, allowing for a wider ISO range, improved image quality and metering as well as faster burst shooting. Show More Summary

Apple Raw update adds support for Canon G1 X Mark II and Nikon D4S

Apple recently released Digital Camera RAW Compatibility 5.02 for Aperture 3 and iPhoto '11. The update adds Raw image support for the following four cameras: Canon EOS Rebel T5, Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II, Nikon D4S and Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10. Get the update

Nikon D4S dynamic range and tone curve measurements

We've updated our first impressions review of the Nikon D4S with our JPEG Tone Curve and Dynamic Range measurements. Included are real-world examples of Nikon's Active D-Lighting modes, which can significantly help in dealing with scenes containing challenging ranges of (dark to bright) tones. Show More Summary

'Dedicated': A Nikon D4s video about photographers using the D4s

Photographer Corey Rich's most recent project, titled 'Dedicated', is a video detailing the working lives of three other notable photographers - Dave Black, Robert Beck and George Karbus - using Nikon's latest flagship camera, the D4s. Show More Summary

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