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Frank: the single greatest difference between the two (other than price and weight) is the frame rate. If your shooting does not require 11fps as it might for birds in flight, high speed sports or photojournalism, then the D810 is a great choice.
Sep 12, 2014 by rbsandor
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Maybe the 70-200mm.
16 days ago by Courtney M.
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Yes
Nov 27, 2014 by Colton coan
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Our price has not changed on this product since it first went up on Amazon. Our Nikon D4s is at the Nikon-regulated price. We are an authorized dealer selling new Nikon U.S.A. equipment.
Sep 4, 2014 by Precision Camera, L.P.
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Yes, it is a genuine Nikon USA product. We do not sell gray market or imported equipment.
Sep 4, 2014 by Sarah
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I believe that the D4s has 400,000
Sep 2, 2014 by Details N.
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It uses two cards altogether; one XQD card, and one CF card.
Sep 1, 2014 by Colton coan
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Nikon does not specifically state that there is a limit but we expect that a 128GB card would work in this camera.
May 13, 2014 by Sarah
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The D4s I bought at Amazon.com is definitely a USA (not "grey market") camera and certainly includes a NIKON USA warrantee. You can usually tell a Grey Market camera listed as new when the price is much lower than the Manufacturers suggested retail. ALWAYS check with the seller!! Purchased in March this year - 2014. If you are going to buy an item costing this much money from AMAZON I'd suggest that you get an amazon credit card from CHASE and take advantage of the 3% back in points to use to purchase supporting items from AMAZON like a back up battery!
May 9, 2014 by Gordon H. Ripley
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