The Nikon D4 is no longer part of the rumor band, but rather, it has been confirmed, and will tout a rather impressive specifications sheet. For those who tend to shoot under low light conditions, having illuminated function buttons would certainly ensure that you have all your bases covered instead of relying on only familiarity to get the job done. Out in February later this year for around $6,000 a pop, the Nikon D4 is said to feature an ISO range of 100 to 102,400, and can be expanded to 50 to 204,800. Apart from that, there is also a 91,000-pixel RGB metering sensor, face detection/recognition, 100% viewfinder coverage, a dedicated video button, H.264 B frame compression, contrast detect AF when recording a movie, a low-pass filter for moments when you are doing video recording, and a smooth aperture feature. This is not going to roll off Thailand’s production lines, and not too sure whether the recent floods in Bangkok had anything to do with it. Will you be gunning for one of these?
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