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Nikon D4 is Coming with Nikkor AF-S 85mm f/1.8G Lens

Update: Nikon D4 Announced

According to the latest article (see here), Nikon D4 is coming on Jan 10 with Nikkor AF-S 85mm f/1.8G Lens, the expected Nikon D4 Price is $6,000 and the lens will cost you $500. with an ISO range from 100 to 102,400 Expanded to 50 to 204,800 Nikon D4 is also one of the first to support the third-generation RGB metering sensor and new XQD Compact Flash memory card format, and will also offer a second card for more conventional CF cards.

Nikon D4 Price

According to latest rumors Nikon D4 available from February with a price tag of $6,000 (body only), Nikon D4 offers 16.2-megapixel Full Frame Sensor, It features ISO range from 100 to 102,400 which can be expanded to 50 to 204,800 for both movies and stills.

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Major Specification

  • 16.2-megapixel, 91,000-pixel RGB metering sensor
  • 51-point AF points with 9 cross-type sensor
  • ISO: 100 to 102,400 (can br expanded to 50 to 204,800)
  • 10 fps rate
  • Video: Full-HD 1080p, 720p at up to 60p, Supports H.264 B frame compression
  • Low-pass filter for video recording
  • Face detection/recognition
  • 100% viewfinder coverage
  • Supports conventional and XQD Compact Flash memory card

Nikon D4 and D800 available from March 30, 2012

According to Service Photo shop of in Baltimore, Maryland, It says that both the Nikon D800 36MP and D4 of 16MP will become available from March 30, 2012.

Bikon D800 and D4 Stock Status

The information appeared in the official online store of service photo may be right, since the shop supplies a very wide range of photographic equipment, including the professional DSLR and accessories.

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News src – fotoactualidad.com(Spanish)

Nikon D4 Coming in January and Nikon D800 High ISO Samples

Nikon D800After the french magazine rumor, Nikon rumor is also saying that Nikon D4 is coming on January 2012.

Nikon Rumor today also published some high ISO cropped Samples of Nikon D800, however no exif details are attached with the crop samples,

Nikon D800 Image Samples

According to NR

I have mentioned before that I have several samples taken with the upcoming Nikon D800 camera. The TIFF files produced by the Nikon D800 are around 103 MB…..Unfortunately I cannot publish the entire images online but I can show you few JPG crops taken at different ISO settings.

The samples are copped area of some solid part and its hard to predict the quality of image coming from a pre-production Model, but the details become flat at ISO 1400 and Noise is visible from ISO 3200.

Nikon D4 Specification Leaked

Nikon D800Canon 1DX competitor Nikon D4 Specification Leaked today by Nikon Rumor , Nikon Rumor is 90% sure about the specification of Nikon D4. Nikon D4 and Nikon D800 expected arrival date is January 2012.

Nikon D4 specs:

  • 16.2 Megapixel Sensor
  • 51 AF points
  • 11 fps Continuous shooting mode
  • ISO range 100-102,400, expandable up to 50 and 204,800
  • Autofocus system: 9 cross-type sensors (operational up to f/8)
  • AF detection range will go down to EV-2.0 (the D3s went to EV -1)
  • Hybrid Viewfinder
  • Compatible with the new Nikon WT-5 wireless transmitter
  • Integrated Ethernet in the camera
  • Improved video mode, 1080p/30/25/24 and 720p/60/30/25/24 similar to the Nikon D800, Uncompressed video out through the HDMI port
  • Ability to assign the two buttons on the front of the camera to smooth aperture control during video recording
  • CF + XQD memory card slots!

From specification mentioned above we can say Nikon will make a clear separation of the D800 and D4. That’s why both camera are coming in same time in 2012. The D4 will have low MP count, high fps, high ISO. The D800 will have high MP count, low fps, lower ISO. This is a clear differentiation from the previous D3/D700 offering that shared the same sensor/technology.

Nikon D800 Announcement Update

Nikon D800One Sep 29, we have published the news / rumor – Nikon D800 is coming with 36 Megapixel on Oct 26, and Nikon D4 is coming on Feb 2012 with 18 Megapixel sensor, now some bad news :( The Nikon D800 announcement or availability will be delayed due to flood in Thailand, According to current news / rumors coming above the surface.

According to chassimages (translated by Google -  see here )
Already, two major product launches that were planned for the coming weeks, are reported immediately, recently announced products will experience substantial delays and production of many facilities has ceased.

According to Digicam-info (translated by Google  – see here)
Nikon’s product supply almost completely stopped (according to information from other readers, the supply of equipment such as single-digit D is fine), so that the impact on existing products as well as new product It is a worry.

Sony Full Frame Camera With 36 Megapixel Sensor

Sony Fullframe camera A99Nikon D800 is coming with 36 Megapixel on Oct 26, and Nikon D4 is coming on Feb 2012 with 18 Megapixel sensor, see more here (Nikon D800 and D4 rumor update), According to SonyAlphaRumor Sony may use the Nikon D800 sensor(made by sony) in its upcoming Alpha99 / A99 Fullframe camera. The exact release date has not been chosen yet but there is a huge pressure to release it as soon as possible. Compared to the Nikon D800 the Sony A99 will have slightly different specs and a lower price.

Well in my view to beat Sony NEX 5N low light performance, Sony should use Nikon D4(Upcoming) 18 Megapixel Sensor in its A99 camera.