Nikon D4, the new flagship DSLR features a 16.2 megapixel full-frame sensor, with an ISO range of 100 to 12,800 — expandable to a jaw dropping 204,800 — or enough to shoot in near total darkness. Other improvements over the prior model include 10 fps shooting, a 91,000-Pixel RGB 3D Color Matrix Metering III sensor to deliver even more accurate colors and exposure, an improved 51 point AF system, a 3.2-inch LCD, and 1080p video recording.
The D4 can also be wirelessly controlled by your iPhone or iPad. You can view what the camera is looking at, control the D4”s focus points by touching any point on the image, and can control all the camera’s core functions, like white balance, ISO, shutter and aperture. You can use the interface to control the D4”s video abilities too.
Priced at $6000, Amazon sold through its D4 pre-order allotment in less than an hour – so, good luck finding one. If you are looking to buy a new camera, and you don’t really know your stuff, we really suggest you take a look at this camera buying guide…