Nikon D4 Specs Leaked: A 16.2MP Rival to the Canon 1DX

Nikon has more than just a 36-megapixel D800 up its sleeve. The company is also planning to launch a Nikon D4 DSLR to rival the Canon 1DX, and specs of the camera were leaked this past weekend by Nikon Rumors. The camera will reportedly offer 16.2MP, 11fps, ISO 102400 (expandable to 204800), support for the new XQD memory card format in addition to CF, integrated ethernet, 51 AF points, face detection/recognition, and improved video capabilities (e.g. uncompressed video output and buttons for smooth aperture control during recording). The camera may be officially announced early next year alongside the D800.

(via Nikon Rumors)

  • Peanuts

    Should be dual CF and dual XQD (checks spelling… yuck either way)

  • Mike Heller

    I’m not a fan of two different card formats in the same body but I’m assuming you mean dual CF *OR* dual XQD, not both (and).  Having 4 card slots would make for a big body with little benefit.  I think it should just have dual XQD.

  • Makkara

    Can’t be quad XQD as such card isn’t available.

  • Anonymous

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  • Fotograf X

    A gdzie Qrwa informacje o D400?