The Nikon D4s is the latest in the Japanese manufacturer’s series of flagship cameras. Featuring a new sensor, new auto-focus technologies, new low-light peak and expanded video capabilities, it is a great update to was used to be Nikon’s most advanced DSLR camera, the D4.
The camera offers a 16.2MP sensor, which provides the best image quality and light sensitivity you can get from any Nikon camera. Speaking of light sensitivity, the D4S can climb up to a setting of ISO 409,600, far more than any professional photographer could ever need.
Another significant function is the camera’s auto-focus performance, extremely important for sports and press photographers who have to be able capture high-quality images in an instant, even when the subject is moving. With this in mind, the D4S offers a new 5-point custom focus system to allow the user to define how they want their camera to focus for the best possible results.
The Nikon D4S is already available for a price of around $6500.