Nikon Announces the New D4s: Same as the D4, But Faster


Yup, it’s finally here. After Nikon’s first announcement of the camera and with Adobe knowing what the camera would be like, the company is finally letting the cat out of the bag. The Nikon D4s is what the D3s was to the D3–just a slight speed bump.

The company is once again using a 16.2MP full frame sensor in the camera, but it houses an EXPEED 4 processor that they’re claiming is 30% faster and also allows for the recording for 1080p 60p video (plus 24 and 30p). The processor also lets the camera go to ISO 25,600 with 12 bit uncompressed RAW output. Other features include face priority analysis being able to be turned on or off, 11fps shooting, six possible preset white balances and five AF sensors used as a group.

The D4s also has XQD and CF card format support, the ability to change the size of the focusing point in Live View mode, and a timelapse mode with up to 9,999 images.

When it becomes available for pre-order, you’ll be able to snag yours for $6,496.95. Be sure to check Adorama for availability. More images of the camera are after the jump.








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Chris Gampat is the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Publisher of the Phoblographer. He also likes pizza.