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Nikon D4S video function
Mark Peters : March 1st 2014 - 17:15 CET
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NikonNikon D4S video functions : For moviemaking in diverse conditions, the new Nikon D4S D-SLR camera offers broadcast-quality video in multiple frame formats and boasts a range of operational enhancements that allow more control over footage while filming and improve sound recording. D-movies are now possible at 50p/60p, and photographers can set sensitivity and select maximum ISO in M mode, plus select the sensor crop format, control power aperture, and fix shutter speed. In addition, Nikon’s 3D noise reduction reduces random noise and noise flicker when filming at high sensitivities. As with the D4, the D4S offers three sensor crop formats, FX, DX, and native crop (approximately 2.7x), and uncompressed full-resolution HDMI output to external electronic devices.

Nikon D4s

Nikon D4S video features
You can simultaneously record full resolution HD movies in-camera and with an external recorder via HDMI (an HDMI cable clip is provided with the D4S for a secure connection). Sound recording has improved thanks to more options for audio control, including the option to select the sound range (wide/voice), and reduce wind noise when recording with the built-in microphone. The Nikon D4S will be on sale at selected retailers from 6th March 2014. The body caries a suggested retail price of €6149,- including VAT. Retail prices vary from country to country. For more detailed information, visit the Nikon Imaging website in your country.

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Hiro Sebata, Professional Product Manager at Nikon UK, comments: "The Nikon D4S follows the success of the D4 and brings with it a new level of performance designed to meet the needs of the most demanding photographers." He adds: "Nikon engineers have taken on board valuable feedback from professional users in order to implement a wealth of improvements that will make all the difference to professionals working in the intensely competitive fields of sports, press, and nature photography. Equipped to power ahead in the most challenging environments, the Nikon D4S ensures serious photographers stay ahead of the game."

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