The following video presents Nikon D4S Product video:
The ultimate imaging machine has advanced. Built to keep you ahead of your game, everything about the D4S powers exceptional images at exceptional speed. An expanded ISO range and EXPEED 4 image processing take low light photography to another level, making the camera a master of the dark as well as the light. Advances to AF performance offer improved acquisition and tracking at 11 fps, plus finer control over the AF area with the new Group Area AF mode. Nikon’s RAW Size S file format allows accelerated image transfer onto networks, and a Gigabit 100/1000TX Ethernet port enables ultra-fast connection. The D4S offers improved acquisition and tracking performance. Fires at a blazing 11 fps in FX format with AE/AF superior to its predecessor (the D4). The 16.2-MP FX-format sensor offers the ultimate image quality.
New Nikon D4S “C” Firmware Version 1.20
The new changes are as follows.
“Commander mode can now be selected for Custom Setting e3 (Optional flash) when an optional SB-500 flash unit is attached. *
The Auto and Flash white-balance options can now be used with the LED light on the optional SB-500 flash unit.
Auto white balance is now more consistent.
There is no longer a limit on the number of shots that can be taken in a single burst at shutter speeds of 4 s or faster when a continuous-release mode is selected in exposure mode S or M. *
There is no longer a limit on how long the shutter can remain open when “Time” is selected for shutter speed. *
We have changed how focus points are displayed in the viewfinder if the camera is rotated between “wide” (landscape) and “tall” (portrait) orientations with Focus point and AF-area mode selected for Custom Setting a10 (Store by orientation) and different focus points chosen in each orientation. We have also changed how focus points are displayed in the viewfinder if a lens focus function button is pressed with AF-area mode selected for Custom Setting f19 (Lens focus function buttons).
Some help text has been changed.
The following issues have been resolved:
– If the user focused using the AF-ON button before shooting in continuous-release mode, the frame rate would drop under the following conditions: AF-S selected for focus mode, Single-point AF selected for AF-area mode, Focus selected for Custom Setting a2 (AF-S priority selection), and AF-ON only selected for Custom Setting a4 (AF activation).
– When an AF-S NIKKOR 800mm f/5.6E lens was attached, “Err” would be displayed in the top control panel and pictures could not be taken under some exposure conditions.
– Images would sometimes fail to display correctly during image review if playback zoom was used while the memory-card access lamp was lit.
– Images would not clear from the display if an optional WR-1 wireless remote controller was used with On selected for Image review in the playback menu.
– The camera photo info display would not show the correct range for pictures taken with an optional flash unit in distance-priority manual flash mode (GN).
– When pictures taken using a PC-E lens were viewed in Capture NX-D and other Nikon software, the Metadata would list the lens as type E rather than type D.
– The photo information display for movies, movie stills, and photos taken with the Silent shutter-release option would sometimes list incorrect values for shutter speed, aperture, and ISO sensitivity.
– If the camera was connected via HDMI to 4K a compatible TV, neither the camera nor the television would display menus correctly.
– Volume sometimes could not be adjusted if indicators were hidden during movie playback.
– If both XQD and CompactFlash cards were inserted in the camera when it was connected to a computer, the computer would not recognize the XQD card.“
* More information is available in a supplementary manual.
File name: F-D4S-V120M.dmg
OS X version 10.10.2
OS X version 10.9.5
OS X version 10.8.5
OS X version 10.7.5
Mac OS X version 10.6.8
Note: Card reader or computer with built-in memory-card slot required.