Announced Jan 6, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
Ask a question in forums about the Nikon D4.
Ask a new question
By: Muffinsco (3 days ago)
For the past few weeks my coworkers have complained that our Nikon D4's auto focus has been slow to respond. While testing this at the office I've noticed the menu is extremely laggy as this problem persists. Are these problems stemming from the same issue? The sensor and mirror are fairly dusty, (I plan to get this cleaned after our D3S' return) could that be why the autofocus is laggy? I have tried changing the autofocus settings to no avail. Does anyone have some suggestions? Thanks.
...Do you agree with that? I went to one of my local camera stores and there is a gentleman that has been working there for many years and he seems to know his stuff. He is in his late 60's early 70's I would say. The guy was talking to a customer and I was kind of paying attention to the type of conversation they were having. The customer asked "Should I get a camera with a lot of megapixels and what's the difference?" To make it really short, then the sales person asked the customer "do...
By: threw the lens (3 weeks ago)
I have seen a D4 for €250 under the usual asking price for the shutter count, which is very high, towards 400,000. With warranty. The camera itself is in good enough condition considering the count, the usual wear to the paint on edges at the back. If after the warranty I need to replace the shutter, how much will this add to the value I am wondering? Does the value of the camera stay at a "well used" price + replaced shutter value or do people look mainly on external appearances?
I have my two cameras the XH1 and D4 and I was hoping to buy one of the new Nikon ML comparable to the old 36MP sensor. I was using the Pentax K1 and fell in love with the IQ and everyone says that the D810 sensor "is the same" so I have been re-thinking all this and maybe I should look into getting a D810. Having said that, the D810 is becoming "old" technology wise and I know it does not have the best IQ for low light compared to the K1 and I often have to shoot in really crappy poor low...
I used the Pentax K1 for about a year and sold it not too long ago. I did a graduation photoshoot at Pasadena City Hall with that camera some months ago. This pass weekend I went to the same exact location and did another graduation photoshoot at the same exact spots where I shot with the Pentax but this time used my Nikon D4. Damn what a difference! I view my images in LR at normal size and I never blow them up for pixel peeping and there is a HUGE difference in detail and IQ quality between...
I have one slight concern about having a 12MP DSLR in 2018, and the concern is that 12MP will become obsolete or near-obsolete by 2020. I'm going to college in 2 years, and I'd like to be on some sort of photography team. My D3s is relatively new for me. I haven't had it for more than 2 weeks. I love it, but I'm worried that by the time I get into college, it'll be obsolete. That's almost like $1,200 down the drain. I was considering the D4, as it's relatively newer. But it isn't as...
|Saddle Bronc by Gerry Frederick|
from horsing around
|diamonds are forever by summicron|
|Reflections by Birdman50|
from No 6
Most popular cameras