With the “S” standing for speed, this latest model features a 30% faster EXPEED 4 image processor, enabling users to capture up to11 fps at full resolution.
The 16.2 MP camera will also include an upgraded sensor with an ISO range that tops out at 409,600, while the longer lasting battery will enable you to capture over 3,000 stills on a single charge. Other impressive specs include an improved autofocus, face-detection based metering in the optical viewfinder, a 1080/60p codec, and so much more. The Nikon D4S will be out March 6, and will retail for $6,500 USD.
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