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Nikon's D4S: A Pro DSLR in a Familiar, Jumbo Package

At the professional level, the ultra-powerful DSLR is still mighty important, and with that in mind, Nikon is upgrading its beastly D4, with the D4s, a faster flagship shooter that's better than low-light than its older namesake. There's a lot to love about this camera. Here are the highlights. Read More >>

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Nikon Df: A DSLR Monster With a Slimmed Down, Old-School Streak

Even at the top echelons of professional photography, the lumbering DSLR is becoming a bore. Smaller shooters with big camera specs are the trend, and with that mandate in mind, Nikon's releasing the Df. Read More >>

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Blimey, Look How Fast This Nikon Pro Can Teardown a £4,000 D4

We'll just call this guy Mr. Magic Hands, because he makes disassembling and repairing one of the best cameras in the world look so easy that it must be sleight of hand. I know this is real, but I still can't quite believe it. Read More >>

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First Nikon D4 Test Shots and Video: Low Light, High Quality

We've heard ridiculous things about the Nikon D4's low-light performance: In short, word was that you can basically take great photos in a cave. We didn't go spelunking, but we did put this £4,800 monster through its low light paces, and the results were even better than we'd hoped. Read More >>

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Nikon WT-5: Control 10 D4s at Once For Wireless Bullet Time

If you're going to lay down £4,800 for the super-fast, low-light stalking Nikon D4, you might as well pony up another £600 for the WT-5 dongle that cuts the cord. Or why not string 10 D4s together? Wireless bullet time at a cost of £45,000. Read More >>

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Nikon D800: It's Not What You Wanted, But It Is a 36-Megapixel Mini-Monster

Nikon's new D800 SLR is a study in expectations and identity. Laid bare, the £2400 D800 is an impressive camera. But it's probably not the D800 that a lot of Nikon fans have been waiting for — what some feel they'd been virtually promised. Read More >>

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Nikon D4 Hands-On: The Photographer's Newest Deadly Weapon

If you're used to shooting with an everyday DSLR, the Nikon D4 is like holding fully-automatic machine gun for the first time. Read More >>

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Nikon: 16 Megapixels is "More Than Enough" for a Camera

Speaking on the issue of its new high-end Nikon D4 DSLR and the fact it has a relatively modest 16MP sensor at a time when rivals are pumping out 18 and even 24MP units, Nikon Europe's Lars Pettersson said that 16MP is actually all you should ever need. Read More >>

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Nikon D4: Nikon Finally Gets Serious About Video

The £4,800 D4 will replace Nikon's flagship D3S and our current favourite top-end DSLR in late February, and upgrade it in just about every way. Here are the basics: it comes in with a 16.2 FX-format CMOS Nikon-designed sensor with pixels at 7.3 microns and an Expeed 3 processor. Read More >>

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Will the Nikon D4 Soon Become the Latest and Greatest DSLR?

Not much info to go off of here, but the French publication Responses Photo published some shots of what might be the Nikon D4. If this is in fact accurate, Nikon's new flagship DSLR could be right around the corner. Read More >>

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