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. While what will be unveiled remains to be seen, the Nikon D4S is very real, at least according to Nikon who announced its existence not too long ago. At the same time we also expect that many of you guys are curious about its specs and now thanks to additional information that the folks at Nikon Rumors have managed to glean, we now know a little bit more about the Nikon D4S which hopefully will be confirmed next week.
According to the specifications, the Nikon D4S is rumored to retain the same sensor as the Nikon D4, which is a 16MP sensor. It will also be able to record Full HD movies at 60fps, a new focus mode that can use 3D tracking, an ISO range of 100-25,600, fine tuned white balance, and will see a slight change to the design of the camera’s body. It is also expected to be priced the same as the Nikon D4, so photographers can look forward to price tags of close to $6,000, and can also look forward to the camera shipping in March or April. Take it with a grain of salt for now, but check back with us next week for all the details.