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Nikon D4 D-SLR a marvel of speed, accuracy, image quality and intuitive design
Enter the new flagship of Nikon’s D-SLR lineup: D4. Engineered for professionals, D4 strikes an ideal balance between resolution, sensor size, image processing and ISO range. Its newly designed FX-format sensor and EXPEED3 processor enable image capture up to 10 fps with full AE/AF performance and Full 1080p HD video. Combine that with cutting-edge metering and AF systems, intelligently designed controls, an ultra-rugged body and multiple connectivity options, and D4 liberates the world’s top-notch photographers and multimedia artists like never before.
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Catch moments others miss

Speed and accuracy in total harmony

D4 offers a level of speed and accuracy that will redefine your notion of the fleeting moment. A carefully selected FX-format 16.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor is paired with Nikon’s powerful EXPEED3 image processor for stunning stills up to 11 fps. A 91,000-Pixel RGB 3D Color Matrix Metering III sensor partners with Nikon’s Advanced SRS to deliver unmatched accuracy in every frame. Add a faster, more responsive 51-point AF system for a camera that can keep pace with you.
Nikon D4 D-SLR superior image quality

Stunning images every time

Superior quality you expect from Nikon

What are speed and accuracy without image quality? Nikon’s FX-format (36.0mm x 23.9mm) CMOS image sensor delivers 16.2 effective megapixels of resolution for exquisite detail. Each of this remarkable sensor’s 7.3-micron pixels is designed to collect maximum light to produce stunning images and video across D4’s broad ISO range of 100 to 12,800 (expandable down to 50 and up to 204,800). Expect the highest image quality in bright and dark shooting. Plus, EXPEED3 image processing yields the most faithful colors, tones and a wide dynamic range.
Full HD D-Movie (1080p) video formats: FX, DX or the new 2.7x Crop mode—all at 16:9 aspect ratio

Enhance stories with HD video

Broadcast-quality and outstanding control

When an assignment calls for broadcast-quality video and audio, D4 is ready. Choose from three Multi-area mode Full HD D-Movie (1080p) video formats: FX, DX or the new 2.7x Crop mode—all at 16:9 aspect ratio. Manual exposure control helps keep the same look from start to finish. Built-in HDMI lets you view footage on an external monitor or record uncompressed 8-bit 4.2.2 footage directly to an external recording device. Even take 2MP stills simultaneously while filming. Attach the ME-1 Stereo Microphone and record high fidelity audio with minimal camera noise. On-screen audio level indicators and a headphone jack help you monitor and adjust audio in 20 incremental steps. D4 takes you from inspiring stills to amazing videos with ease.
The Nikon D4 is intelligently designed for maximum control and an efficient workflow

Complete control and comfort

Designed for an efficient workflow

D4’s remarkable design is the culmination of photographer feedback and Nikon innovation. Adjust AF and AF Area modes without moving your eye from the viewfinder. Quickly select AF points with a new joystick style sub-selector—positioned for both horizontal and vertical shooting. In low-light, all operation buttons and dials are beautifully backlit. Two media card slots offer flexibility and control. Built-in wired LAN and the optional WT-5A Wireless Transmitter enable secure, high-speed file transmission as well as remote camera functionality. Simply put, D4 was built to meet professional demands.
Expand the D4 imaging capabilities with NIKKOR lenses, the Nikon Creative Lighting system, Nikon Speedlights, accessories and software

Expand your opportunities

Nikon imaging system compatibility

Draw on the full potential of D4: world-renowned NIKKOR lenses, the Nikon Creative Lighting System, Speedlights, accessories and software. Each impressive FX and DX lens in the NIKKOR lineup is fully tested to deliver sharpness, accuracy and reliability. Bring studio quality lighting to assignments with Nikon Speedlights. Only Nikon offers i-TTL (Intelligent Through The Lens) flash control, which allows Nikon Speedlights to access extensive exposure and metering data from D4 to provide unprecedented levels of flash precision and performance. Nikon’s professional imaging software, and a robust line of compatible accessories will help you expand your capabilities.
Nikon’s WT-5A Wireless Transmitter quickly transfers files and offer a new level of remote control

Never miss a deadline

The WT-5A Wireless Transmitter is designed for use with the Nikon D4 D-SLR camera

When the world is waiting, being the first to publish makes all the difference. Nikon’s powerful new wireless transmitter, WT-5A, attaches directly to D4 to securely and quickly transfer files.

HTTP Mode: Now you can use the web browser on your iPhone® and/or iPad®** to operate camera controls or begin Live View shooting, including starting and stopping HD video and more.

Image Transmission Mode: Transmit images to an FTP server or computer two times faster than the Nikon WT-4A.

PC Mode: Operate the D4 via Camera Control Pro 2. From one master camera, simultaneously release up to ten remote D4/WT-5A combinations.

**iPhone® and iPad® are are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.

New 51-point AF system

Nikon’s new advanced AF sensor uses 51 strategically placed AF points for faster focus operation by working together like a net to capture moving subjects or individually for pinpoint accuracy. Each of the 51 selectable AF points delivers fast and accurate AF detection to a low light level of -2 EV (ISO 100, 20° C) with every compatible AF NIKKOR lens.

Rich image previewing

D4’s beautiful 3.2-inch, 921,000-dot LCD includes an ambient brightness sensor for maximum visibility and crisp playback, menu adjustment and Live View shooting. Quickly enlarge images and videos up to 46x for spot focus confirmation—crucial for high-resolution shooting.

Our most rugged body yet

To sustain peak performance in the most demanding environments, D4’s body, exterior and mirror box are comprised of strong yet lightweight magnesium alloy. Thorough measures are taken to seal and protect against invasive moisture, dust and electromagnetic interference.

Dual memory card slots (CF and XQD)

Dual memory card slots (one CF and one XQD) Record two full cards of data, the same still image data on both cards for instant backup, RAW on one card and JPEG on the other or transfer data from one card to another. You can even designate one slot for data-heavy HD video recording.

Expand the creative potential of the D4

NIKKOR lenses & the Nikon Creative Lighting System for every situation

D4 with AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II
D4 with SB-910 AF Speedlight

Additional Features

AF detection up to f/8
D4 aligns its 15 cross-type sensors in the center to detect contrast for both vertical and horizontal lines with lenses f/5.6 or faster. The five central points and three points to the left and right of them in the middle line are compatible with f/8.
Multi-Area Full HD D-Movie Video Recording Modes
FX-format renders exquisitely shallow depth of field and wide-angle shooting. DX-format offers a 1.5x crop of the lens focal length, and 1920x1080 Crop format gives you a 2.7x angle of view—ideal for extending lens reach when you can’t get close enough.
91,000-pixel RGB 3D Color Matrix Metering III with Advanced SRS
Face detection using the optical viewfinder and detailed scene analysis using the 91,000-pixel RGB sensor enables superior auto exposure, auto white balance, AF performance and i-TTL flash exposure.
Built-in HDR
Combine two exposures at up to 3EV to create a single image revealing an extremely wide dynamic range but with less noise and richer color gradation than ever before.
Two-axis Virtual Horizon indicator
Determine if the camera is level—horizontally or forward—through the viewfinder or LCD monitor.
New mirror balancer
Minimizes the bounce of the mirror’s down movement, extending viewing time and allowing more time for AF operation—one reason D4 achieves AF and focus tracking even during high-speed continuous shooting.
Intelligent power management
Expect greater operating efficiency thanks to a new, small, high-capacity EN-EL 18 rechargeable Li-ion battery that can deliver up to approximately 2,600 images* per charge.
*Based on CIPA Standard.
View simultaneous Live View output on external monitors and record uncompressed video via HDMI terminal
Check video recording on the camera’s LCD and external monitor simultaneously; ideal for focus pullers and camera operators. When the highest possible image quality is required, you can bypass memory cards and record uncompressed footage directly from the image sensor onto an external recording device.
Time lapse shooting
Set intervals and frame rates in order to dramatically relay slow-moving activity at dramatic speeds. D4 lets you shoot time-lapse photography with replay rates from 24 to 36,000 times faster than normal and save them as movie files.
Two Live View shooting modes
Photography Live View and Movie Live View modes add flexibility; exposure, white balance, monitor hue, histogram, focus mode, AF area mode and focusing accuracy are easily confirmed.
Dedicated Nikon Picture Control button
Quickly access six preset picture control options—Standard, Neutral, Vivid, Monochrome, Landscape and Portrait—and up to nine customizable settings with a single button.
400,000-cycle tested shutter
For the utmost reliability and rigorous performance, D4’s shutter has been tested on fully assembled cameras for 400,000 cycles at extreme continuous burst rates.
Self-diagnostic shutter monitor
Should any shutter variance be detected, D4 automatically corrects and adjusts between the actual shutter speed and correct shutter speed to sustain precision shutter operation throughout the mechanism’s lifespan.
Speedlights/Flashes
Speedlights/Flashes
Stereo Microphone
Stereo Microphone
NIKKOR Lenses
NIKKOR Lenses
Optimized for FX Format but compatible with extensive range of NIKKOR lenses.
Batteries/Power Packs and AC Adapters
Batteries/Power Packs and AC Adapters
Wireless Accessories & Transmitters
Wireless Accessories & Transmitters
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Upgraded to Nikon D4Camera w Nikkor 80 to 400 mm Lens Tried to go less camera after using the D3 and associated Nikkor lenses. Process too difficult. So I Upgraded to Nikon D4Camera w Nikkor 80 to 400 mm Lens. I'm happily in the saddle once again. I cover sports action for the local college and some high schools. I have all the range I need for football, baseball, golf (shoot after ball is struck), basketball (use no flash) and tennis. I prefer the zoom over multiple lenses to obtain the cover I need. Convenience wins over multiple lenses requiring lens changing as you go. This described combination consistently has produced outstanding images for daily print media. Richard. February 14, 2014
Ergonomics rock! Just got the D4 body yesterday and have been busy shooting with D3. The D4 feels real natural in my hands as did the D3 did after F-100. Only complaint: How do I load Provia 100F into this thing? January 22, 2014
The summum I do not know what DSLR offer little more, AAA D4. November 30, 2013
D4 is Fantastic! I use the D4 to compliment my Leica setup which I reserve for static subjects. The D4 is an unbelievably awesome machine with unprecedented focus tracking and clean noise free images to high iso's. I shoot everything in RAW, make sure I capture everything correct in camera and convert to DNG upon import to Lightroom. The files are fantastic right out of camera. Very happy with the results of this body. The 85 f/1.4G, 200 f/2G II and the 70-200 f/2.8G II are what I have shot with this body so far all with very impressive results. The bokeh of the 85 and 200 are very pleasing and appreciated in my style of photography. June 11, 2013
Video is amazing This camera is just phenomenal. Video is made easy now with separate headphone and boom jacks. Well done Nikon, well done. June 7, 2013
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Is there actually less flexibility with the multi-selector on the D4?

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On the D3, I was able to us the f3 custom function to set the multi-selector (Photo info/Playback) to work in either direction for image review and info. With the D4, I don't seem to have that same capability. Is this flexibility still available or am I stuck reviewing images by scrolling horizontally?
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Please see page # 338, Custom Setting f14 in the user's manual for the D4 regarding "Assign Multi Selector.
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In reference to flexibility with the MAIN multi-selector - can we expect that full (custom function) flexibility will be returned to the button for previewing images with horizontal movement, instead of just vertical? Will there be a future option for eliminating the distracting yellow rectangle when zooming on previewed images? I've read elsewhere that the yellowish/greenish cast to (both of) my D4's LCD screen is a known issue. Is this something that will be corrected with a firmware fix, or is this only adjustable by a technician?
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Regarding the Main button use: The control for the direction of the playback image scrolling on the D4 has been moved from the Main Button to the smaller Multi-Selector - Vertical control when Custom Setting f14 - Assign Multi-Selector (Vert.) > Same as Multi- Selector> Info<>Playback.
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Continuous remote shooting?

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With the WT-5 attached & the D4 controlled by some other device like an iPad using the internal web-server in the D4, say in http mode with an ad-hoc connection, is there a way to trigger a continuous series of shots?
Given the delay between requesting a shot via the iPad & the D4 taking the shot it would seem an obvious feature requirement would be to allowing continuous shooting. But all I can get is a single shot which clearly cannot be timed well for any movement/ sports action.
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How to set HDMI Live View output to something other than 1080i (preferably 720p)

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When using an external monitor (such as the smallHD DP4) with the D4, with the HDMI output set to 720p, the Live View output is still 1080i until the rec button is selected, and then it changes to 720p.

This causes the monitor to lose the image for 3-4 seconds. Is there a way to set HDMI Live View to 720p?

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Please see page# 281 of the user's manual for the D4 regarding HDMI Output Resolution.
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Will the SB-80DX flash work with the D4

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The D4 can use the SB-80DX Non-TTL auto, Manual, Repeating Flash and Rear-curtain sync. See page # 194 of the user's manual for the D4.
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Do a search for DSLR LCD screen shades.
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I BEG of you, Nikon, please make a SMALL single-bay charger for the EN-EL18 !

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Travel with the MH-26 is almost comically awkward. A stripped down trickle charger -- even if devoid of calibration functions, fast charge, etc. -- would be a boon to users.
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When I turn on my D4 the autofocus point is in red. Is this right. Isn't it supposed to be black unless AF illumination is activated?

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The D4 focus point is displayed in red in most situations. You can disable the focus point illumination for Manual Focus and in beytween shots in Continuous Shooting mode in the custom settings menu (Setting a5).

When shooting in Live View the focus point will flash green while the camera focuses. If the camera is able to focus, the focus point will be displayed in green; if the camera is unable to focus, the focus point will flash red.

In all other shooting situations the focus point will be illuminated in red. The brightness of the focus point can also be changed in the custom settings menu (Setting a5).
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How frequently is the GPS info updated? Specifically, if I am taking shots in burst mode, and in a moving vehicle, will the photos be tagged properly

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GPS is provided to the D4 via the GP-1 GPS Unit. The GP-1 refreshes once per second.
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Does the D4 have a phantom 48v power supply for audio

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Will i need an additional preamp for a Rode NTG-3 microphone which requires a 48v phantom power source?
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Yes, you will need a preamp. The D4 does not have a phantom 48v power supply for audio.

Using external stereo microphones for Nikon DSLR's.
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Why is no Plastic Snap-On LCD Screen Cover provided with the D4?

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My D200 and D300 included plastic snap-on LCD Screen Covers from Nikon. The D600 and the D800 include similar LCD Screen covers. I was horrified that my D4 did not come with one. I know that the D200 and D300 manuals say "A clear plastic cover is provided with the camera to keep the monitor clean and protect it when the camera is not in use." Why is no screen cover provided with the D4? I understand that the D3 series did not come with covers either. Specifically, is there something different about the LCD Screen glass and coatings in the D3 and D4 bodies which makes them much tougher than the materials used in the rest of the Nikon D-SLR family? Are protective covers not needed for the D3 and the D4?
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D3 & D4 have a very durable monitor that doesn't require a cover. If you feel more comfortable with some extra protection put a plastic film type protector on it.
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Is the Nikkor 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6D ED lens compatible with Nikon D4

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Yes it is.
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can the D4 work with an IPAD

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Yes, the D4 can be use with an IPad. A wireless Transmitter is required.
 
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The D4 aside from the newest Canon Pro model is the fastest focusing camera known.
I own a D2X that is incredibly fast , I can track 300mph cars with no problems at all. The new D4 has the most capable and advanced autofocus system Nikon has ever made and rivals other manufacturers equally if not better. Yes it is far faster, more accurate and low light capability is astonishing and I believe award winning. Hope this helps.
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Can the Nikon D4 be used with Camera Control Pro 2 using a UBS connection, or is a LAN connection required?

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My D3 uses a USB connection to my PC to use Camera Control Pro 2. I simply select set the camera to not use mass storage when connected to USB and it has always worked. The D4 has no option to change change the USB mode from mass storage.
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The D4 can be use with camera control pro via Ethernet cable , WT-4, WT-5, or USB. When using USB connection, nothing has to be change in the camera menu. You need to have camera control pro 2 version 2.11.0 or higher which supports the D4.
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How many images in a row can I shoot at max frame rate before running out of storage capacity

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The number of images that can be stored in the camera memory buffer when shooting continuously varies with Image Quality, ISO,File Size, Noise Reduction, Scene, memory card, etc.
Please refer to the chart on page 444 of the D4 user manual in the link below for approximates.
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The following lenses are Compatible to D4 camera?

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18-55mm AF-S DX
55-300mm AF-S DX
35mm AF-S DX
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DX lenses can be used on FX format cameras like the D4, but they will not take full advantage of the FX sensor size. When using a DX lens on the D4 the largest available image size drops from 4928x3280 pixels to 3200x2128 pixels.

You can find a detailed explanation of the differences between FX and DX sensors, as well as their impact on lens angle of view, at this address:
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Does the D4 have the focus motor built in?

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Im looking for a new camera for sports pictures, & i want a camera with one built in!
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Yes
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I have a Nikon SB-22s speedlight with TTL NOT working. When it was mounted onto the D4 camera, the "Front-Curtain Sync" Flash icon won't appear on the display and the camera meters the scene as if there is no flash gun. Is it normal? Or is there any problem with my camera? Thanks for any help here as I could not find any solution online.
 
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The SB-22 will only work in non ttl, manual and rear sync, if you set it to ttl the shutter release will be disabled
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The camera locks-up and produces a CF Card error when loaded with the XQD S and SanDisk UMDA 7 Compact Flash Card at the same time. The SanDisk UMDA 7 Compact Flash Card works when the XQD S is not in the camera. Older and slower Compact Flash Cards like SanDisk UMDA 6 work in combination with XQD S. Why? Is there a planned fix?
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From what I have read Nikon has admitted the problem but it does not happen with theLexar Udma 7. They are working on a fix.
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Please, I'm just looking to find out if the Nikon D4 works with the Rode NGT 2 shotgun mic. Couldn't get sound input when I attempted a video shoot.

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Nikon cannot offer support or advice on third party products. You will need to get in contact with the manufactuer of the equipment for compatibility information with our products.
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D4 Back Order?

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Why is there a back order on the D4, in the U.S.? How long will this back order be for?
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Availability varies depending on product popularity but we restock items every day so please check back daily.
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At 1,920x1,080 / 30 fps how much memory is required per minute of video on the Nikon D4

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Favorite Subject: Portrait
Nikon Family: 11-20 years
Experience: 3-6 months
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