Nikon D4

Announced Jan 6, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
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Found today a strange spot on my sensor. Doesn't look like ordinary dust, more like a burn. What could it be?
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i’ve been using my WT-5 + D4  to send images to my iphoneX (then upload to photoshelter) flawlessly for a year or so. zero issues, great solution for getting news images uploaded from the field fast. however... i am suddenly getting a cannot connect to the IOS device errmsg. i —suspect— it is because my employer (who manages my IOS device) has a mobile device management profile that now specifies that “establishing untrusted TLS connections” are not allowed. i am -not- a wireless expert, but...
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Hello, I am a enthusiastic hobby photographer. I have more lens, but mostly use the Tamron 70-300/F4-5.6 SP Di VC USD. The 70-200 lens are too big for for a comfortable trip (I shot with a used D4 with a B-Grip HS). Attached more photos at 300mm, shot by the Tamron without any editing method, or correction (simple Nef to Jpg export via LR). My question: do you think the Nikon 70-300mm VR FX AF-P would be much sharper at 300mm? Is it worth to upgrade to Nikon? Thanks.
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My D400's display screen has started to do strange things. The display has a permanent pink or blue tint and also it shows everything as a mirrored image.(see photos). The photos are of the main screen display and a picture of my car. Does anyone have any ideas on how this can be rectified if possible.
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Do any of you have both these cameras? If yes is there a big difference in the IQ output when it comes to JPEGS when shooting with the D850 at a lower resolution file size, something closer to 16MP? About more than a year ago I purchased the D500 and after two weeks of shooting jpegs with it the D500 images were a bit too bland for me and they had this completely different weird look. The images really didn't blow me away and I decided to keep the D4 because I did notice that to my eyes the...
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I like the 56mm for it's FL and bokeh, I think this is the correct FL for me for indoor shooting and I feel it has a very decent amount of bokeh.  The problem I have with this lens is the AF.  The AF is for sure better on my new XH1 compared to the XT1 I was using many months ago, but the AF responsiveness is obviously not all there.  I'm an AF-S shooter and my Nikon 50mm 1.8 and even my Fuji 35 1.4, heck, all the rest of my lenses are more snappy to lock on focus than the Fuji 56mm.   I...
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I'm not an expert on flash and I do have four of the Cactus RF60X flash guns and one V6II transceiver. I'll be downloading the latest firmware soon and please let me know if I'm understanding this correctly. I will be buying one more V6II transceiver to put on the Nikon D4, so does this mean that after I install this latest cross-brand firmware I will be able to use both the XH1 and D4 with it's own transceiver and each camera will be able to fire up the cactus flash...
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Is anybody using this adapter? I just read the very few reviews in Amazon that say "the fit on the Nikkor side is loose and the whole thing rattles as you focus." Is that statement accurate? http://www.metabones.com/products/details/MB_NF-X-BT1 My budget is tight right now and I don't want to spend another $1K for a Fuji lens and perhaps I should just use my existing Nikon lenses on my XH1 from 50mm and up, after all those are the FL I would use the least and I can give manual focus a try....
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I am a serious, non-professional nature photographer. I use a FX Nikon D750 and am ready to make a leap to a FX camera that can better address low light situations. If you have experience with both the D4 and D5, please offer comments or advice.  Thanks!  I am currently using a Sigma Sports lens for most wildlife .... 150-600mm 5-6.3. It works well with my D750 except in low light.
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Hi guys, I'm still getting familiar with the camera and I normally shoot in RAW, but I also often change it to jpeg to see what the camera is capable of. Depending on the type of available indoor lights I tend to get way too orangy looking skin tones, and just plain over all orangy too warm looking photos whether I shoot in jpeg or RAW and my wife does not like that. The D4 skin tones look more natural and neutral. In PP I often have to decrease the orange channel and adjust the white balance...
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