Nikon offers spec on its latest pro camera

Nikon has gone official with all the specification on the new D4S digital camera. The camera is aimed at the pro photographer and uses a new Nikon 16.2MP FX-format sensor that works in conjunction with an EXPEED 4 image processing engine.
The camera has a 51-point AF system and an ISO range that can go up to 409,600 on Hi-4 (the standard ISO range of that camera is 100-25600). Burst shooting at 11 frames per second is supported with auto focus and auto exposure during burst shooting.
Nikon also equips the D4S with a 91,000-pixel RGB 3D Color Matrix Metering III system. New RAW Size S files are supported along with JPEG, RAW NEF, and TIFF files.

The DS4 can record 1080p/60p video along with 30p or 24p full HD video depending on the needs of the shooter. The movies are stored in H.264/MPEG-4 format and can be up to 29:59 long per clip.
The camera promises faster transfer rates when offloading images to a computer thanks to an upgraded Gigabit Ethernet port. Images can be stored to CF cards and XQD cards with dual slots.
The DS4 uses a new EN-EL 18a battery good for up to 3,020 shots in single mode and 5,960 in continuous mode.
The D4S D-SLR camera will ship in March for $6,499.

Source: Nikon

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