The Nikon D4S will soon be making its way into the hands of professional photographers who have decided to upgrade to the flagship US$6,500 DSLR on the promise of improved speed and low-light performance over its predecessor, the D4....Show More Summary
Nikon has managed to stand out in the digital world by coming out with cameras that could be seen as spectacular. Nikon has always managed to do well with the digital cameras and it was all due to the fact that they were big on making a great product. Show More Summary
The newly-announced Nikon D4S is a successor to the venerable D4, and comes with a host of improvements, including better autofocus capabilities, enhanced low-light shooting, and speedier data handling.
Nikon has just announced an upgrade to its top-range D4 DSLR camera with the new D4S. The most noteworthy addition is the ability to shoot up to ISO 409,600 over the older model’s 204,800 capabilities, which translates to roughly a … Nikon Announces D4S DSLR with ISO 409,600 is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.
Ever since its release back in January 2012, the Nikon D4 has remained one of the top choices for sports journalists and action photographers. As of today, Nikon has officially announced the release of the full-frame camera’s successor: the Nikon D4s. One thing Nikon has truly been shining in is its push in the industry [...]Show More Summary
When Nikon teased the development of its new flagship professional DSLR in January, it was somewhat coy about divulging any exact specifications. But now that the Nikon D4S has been officially revealed, we know it boasts a newly developed...Show More Summary
What is the most important factor in getting your bird photographs noticed by a large audience? Is it the camera or the lens or the bird? Imagine you have a Canon 1DX or Nikon D4 and 800mm lens. You have been to a place to photograph...Show More Summary
Nikon's new flagship DSLR offers extreme light sensitivity by supporting up to ISO 409,600 and will be available in March for $6,499.
First previewed at CES, Nikon has finally taken the wraps off its new flagship DSLR. The D4S is an upgrade in almost every way from the D4, but also comes with a higher price tag.
Nikon has just announced their latest flagship FX-format digital SLR camera, which is known as the Nikon D4S. This particular shooter (doesn’t the naming convention somewhat remind you of the iPhone, with the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s,Show More Summary
Today, Nikon announces the coming of the new D4s, the professionals choice for years, get an update. Oh yeah, that 409,600 ISO is not a misprint. Not the biggest secret out there, but this is a camera for the pros. This top of the line Nikon camera. What’s new? Besides the new Expeed 4 Sensor, […]
Nikon's latest flagship body, the D4s, gets an updated 16 megapixel full-frame sensor, Expeed 4-level processing, 1080/60p video recording and can now autofocus at up to 11fps. Beyond that it boasts a laundry list of small (but potentially meaningful) improvements over its predecessor. Show More Summary
At the professional level, the ultra-powerful DSLR is still mighty important, and with that in mind, Nikon is upgrading its beastly D4, with the D4s, a faster flagship shooter that's better than low-light than its older namesake. There's a lot to love about this camera. Here are the highlights. Read more...
The Nikon D4S has been teased, displayed in a plastic case and now, it's official -- and we even got to play with it. There's a substantial list of what hasn't changed (the same 16.2-megapixel image size, to begin with), but if you're a high-level...
Nikon has officially launched its new flagship DSLR, the D4s. Offering a number of improvements over its predecessor the D4, the D4s features greater ISO sensitivity in stills and video mode, a new 60p video capture option and some minor design changes. Show More Summary
Nikon has released an update to their flagship D4 pro DSLR: the D4s. While not a major upgrade to the camera (hence the 's' in the name), the D4s packs more processing power, a refined autofocus system, faster continuous shooting, and more video features (including 1080/60p support). Show More Summary
Nikon unveiled its new D4S flagship digital SLR tonight, which seems, on paper, to be a minor upgrade to the previous model. (PDN was pre-briefed on the Nikon D4S, under NDA, prior to tonight’s launch but we were not given any hands-on time with the camera.) Like the D4, which was introduced in 2012, the […]
During CES 2014, Nikon sort of unveiled the Nikon D4S. The camera was put on display but unfortunately apart from making a token appearance, not much else was known about the camera whose details were reportedly saved for a later date. Show More Summary
The Nikon D4 was announced back in 2012, suggesting that perhaps it might be about time that Nikon announce an upgrade. That update is rumored to be the Nikon D4S which we have been hearing about recently, and if a recent Nikon invite...Show More Summary
Photographers, if you’re looking forward to a new professional camera, you might be interested to learn that come 11th February, Nikon could be taking the wraps off a new camera in the form of the Nikon D4S, the successor to the Nikon D4. Show More Summary