Nikon Canada today announced the release of the Nikon D4S, the premier HD-SLR available to professionals, unrivaled with its combination of incredible speed, accuracy, low-light performance, and exceptional image fidelity.
Some of the key features include the following:
- 16.2-megapixel FX-format sensor
- New EXPEED 4 image processing engine
- New Group AF function
- 409,600 ISO (Hi-4) range
- Ability to capture at 11 frames-per-second (fps) with Auto Focus and Auto Exposure
- Processing time that is 30 per cent faster than the D4
- New RAW SIZE S files for shooting 12-bit uncompressed RAW files that are half the size of standard uncompressed RAW files
- Faster transfer rate
- Improved battery life
- Dual card slots for both CF and XQD cards
- Full HD (1080p) video-recording capability
Dominate the Decisive Moment: Nikon D4S HD-SLR is the Formidable Fusion of Speed and Accuracy
Nikon’s flagship HD-SLR is the evolution of a masterpiece, reinforcing Nikon as the choice of pro photographers and multimedia creators
Mississauga, ON, February 24, 2014 – Nikon Canada today announced the release of the Nikon D4S, the premier HD-SLR available to professionals, unrivaled with its combination of incredible speed, accuracy, low-light performance and exceptional image fidelity. Designed for the most demanding photographers and multimedia professionals in the world, the Nikon D4S improves upon the revered D4 to give users enhanced image and video quality, improved autofocus (AF), faster performance during and after capture, in addition to an astonishing ISO range.
Nikon’s D-series of flagship cameras continues to push the boundaries of professional image quality, speed and features. The newly developed 16.2-megapixel FX-format sensor works in conjunction with the new EXPEED 4 image processing engine to deliver new levels of still and HD-video quality and performance. A new Group AF function and overall improvements build upon Nikon’s proven 51-point AF system, while the camera breaks convention with an ISO range that goes to an incredible 409,600 ISO (Hi-4) for maximum versatility in nearly any lighting condition. Overall speed and response is also enhanced, capturing full resolution at an astounding 11 frames-per-second (fps) with Auto Focus and Auto Exposure, while benefiting from an overall 30 per cent increase in processing power.
“By announcing the development of the new Nikon D4S earlier this year, Nikon has been able to work openly with professional photographers in the field to hone the camera’s core capabilities into an unparalleled tool that makes otherwise impossible images a reality,” said Gregory Flasch, National Advertising and Communications Manager at Nikon Canada. “The challenges of today’s professional multimedia photographer go beyond simply capturing amazing content. After the shutter clicks, the workflow enhancements the D4S provides will give Nikon users an obvious edge in the stands, in the studio, on the sidelines or in the field.”
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