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February 20, 2014

Flagship Nikon D4s is made for action, outs 25 February

After being hyped at CES and made rounds on the Internet, Nikon’s next flagship model will finally be announced on the 25th of February. The Nikon D4s was reported to build on the success of the D4 with its beefier specs.


According to the initial press release, the new D4s model will “…offer advances over the Nikon D4 HD-SLR camera, including enhanced image quality enabled with adoption of a new image-processing engine.” It was also mentioned that a more advanced autofocusing performance will be onboard, thus making it a perfect action camera for sports, nature, and events.

After this release, rumors regarding the new specs and improvements started surfacing. Some of which are:

Same 16MP sensor seen on its predecessor
Native ISO from 100 – 25,600
Full HD video recording @ 60fps
New focus mode that allows for 3D-tracking
New tuning of white balance
Adjustable LCD color
Better low light performance

Lastly, it was stated that the launch price of the D4s could be the same as the D4’s which is $5,996.95 (approx. Php268,425).

{sources 1, 2, 3}

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