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Nikon D4 16.2 MP CMOS FX Digital SLR with Full 1080p HD Video (Body Only) (OLD MODEL)

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  • 10/11 frames per second continuous shooting in FX-format for up to 150 frames
  • Nikon FX- format (35.9 x 24.0mm) CMOS Sensor with 16.2 effective megapixels
  • Full 1080p HD broadcast quality video,One Year Limited Warranty
  • View simultaneous Live View output on external monitors and record uncompressed video via HDMI terminal
  • Multi-Area Mode Full HD D-Movie: FX, DX (1.5X crop) and New 1920X1080 (2.7X) Crop modes settings
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Nikon
  • Model: 25482
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 16.2 MP
  • Optical Sensor Technology: CMOS
  • Display Size: 3.2 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 3.6 x 6.2 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B006U49XM6
  • Item model number: 25482
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,122 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 5, 2012

Product Description

From the Manufacturer


This new flagship D-SLR offers speed and accuracy with a 16.2 MP FX-format CMOS sensor, 10/11 fps continuous shooting, a 91,000-Pixel RGB sensor and Advanced SRS, improved 51 point AF System, ISO expanded to 204,800 and 1080p video at 30p with stereo sound.


Nikon D4 Continuous Shooting Sample photo

Catch moments others miss

Speed and accuracy in total harmony

D4 offers a level of speed and accuracy that will redefine your notion of the fleeting moment. A carefully selected FX-format 16.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor is paired with Nikon’s powerful EXPEED3 image processor for stunning stills up to 11 fps. A 91,000-Pixel RGB 3D Color Matrix Metering III sensor partners with Nikon’s Advanced SRS to deliver unmatched accuracy in every frame. Add a faster, more responsive 51-point AF system for a camera that can keep pace with you.

Nikon D4 D-SLR superior image quality

Stunning images every time

Superior quality you expect from Nikon

What are speed and accuracy without image quality? Nikon’s FX-format (36.0mm x 23.9mm) CMOS image sensor delivers 16.2 effective megapixels of resolution for exquisite detail. Each of this remarkable sensor’s 7.3-micron pixels is designed to collect maximum light to produce stunning images and video across D4’s broad ISO range of 100 to 12,800 (expandable down to 50 and up to 204,800). Expect the highest image quality in bright and dark shooting. Plus, EXPEED3 image processing yields the most faithful colors, tones and a wide dynamic range.

Full HD D-Movie (1080p) video formats: FX, DX or the new 2.7x Crop mode-all at 16:9 aspect ratio

Enhance stories with HD video

Broadcast-quality and outstanding control

When an assignment calls for broadcast-quality video and audio, D4 is ready. Choose from three Multi-area mode Full HD D-Movie (1080p) video formats: FX, DX or the new 2.7x Crop mode—all at 16:9 aspect ratio. Manual exposure control helps keep the same look from start to finish. Built-in HDMI lets you view footage on an external monitor or record uncompressed 8-bit 4.2.2 footage directly to an external recording device. Even take 2MP stills simultaneously while filming. Attach the ME-1 Stereo Microphone and record high fidelity audio with minimal camera noise. On-screen audio level indicators and a headphone jack help you monitor and adjust audio in 20 incremental steps. D4 takes you from inspiring still to amazing videos with ease.



The Nikon D4 is intelligently designed for maximum control and an efficient workflow

Complete control and comfort

Designed for an efficient workflow

D4’s remarkable design is the culmination of photographer feedback and Nikon innovation. Adjust AF and AF Area modes without moving your eye from the viewfinder. Quickly select AF points with a new joystick style sub-selector—positioned for both horizontal and vertical shooting. In low-light, all operation buttons and dials are beautifully backlit. Two media card slots offer flexibility and control. Built-in wired LAN and the optional WT-5A Wireless Transmitter enable secure, high-speed file transmission as well as remote camera functionality. Simply put, D4 was built to meet professional demands.

Expand the D4 imaging capabilities with NIKKOR lenses, the Nikon Creative Lighting system, Nikon Speedlights, accessories and software

Expand your opportunities

Nikon imaging system compatibility

Draw on the full potential of D4: world-renowned NIKKOR lenses, the Nikon Creative Lighting System, Speedlights, accessories and software. Each impressive FX and DX lens in the NIKKOR lineup is fully tested to deliver sharpness, accuracy and reliability. Bring studio quality lighting to assignments with Nikon Speedlights. Only Nikon offers i-TTL (Intelligent Through The Lens) flash control, which allows Nikon Speedlights to access extensive exposure and metering data from D4 to provide unprecedented levels of flash precision and performance. Nikon’s professional imaging software, and a robust line of compatible accessories will help you expand your capabilities.



Nikon's WT-5A Wireless Transmitter quickly transfers files and offer a new level of remote control

Never miss a deadline

The WT-5A Wireless Transmitter

When the world is waiting, being the first to publish makes all the difference. Nikon’s powerful new wireless transmitter, WT-5A, attaches directly to D4 to securely and quickly transfer files.

HTTP Mode: Now you can use the web browser on your iPhone® and/or iPad®** to operate camera controls or begin Live View shooting, including starting and stopping HD video and more.

Image Transmission Mode: Transmit images to an FTP server or computer two times faster than the Nikon WT-4A.

Operate the D4 via Camera Control Pro 2. From one master camera, simultaneously release up to ten remote D4/WT-5A combinations.

**iPhone® and iPad® are are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.



51-point AF system

New 51-point AF system

Nikon’s new advanced AF sensor uses 51 strategically placed AF points for faster focus operation by working together like a net to capture moving subjects or individually for pinpoint accuracy. Each of the 51 selectable AF points delivers fast and accurate AF detection to a low light level of -2 EV (ISO 100, 20° C) with every compatible AF NIKKOR lens.

Rich image previewing

Rich image previewing

D4’s beautiful 3.2-inch, 921,000-dot LCD includes an ambient brightness sensor for maximum visibility and crisp playback, menu adjustment and Live View shooting. Quickly enlarge images and videos up to 46x for spot focus confirmation—crucial for high-resolution shooting.



Rugged body

Our most rugged body yet

To sustain peak performance in the most demanding environments, D4’s body, exterior and mirror box are comprised of strong yet lightweight magnesium alloy. Thorough measures are taken to seal and protect against invasive moisture, dust and electromagnetic interference.

Dual memory card slots

Dual memory card slots (CF and XQD)

Dual memory card slots (one CF and one XQD) Record two full cards of data, the same still image data on both cards for instant backup, RAW on one card and JPEG on the other or transfer data from one card to another. You can even designate one slot for data-heavy HD video recording.



AF detection up to f/8

D4 aligns its 15 cross-type sensors in the center to detect contrast for both vertical and horizontal lines with lenses f/5.6 or faster. The five central points and three points to the left and right of them in the middle line are compatible with f/8.

Multi-Area Full HD D-Movie Video Recording Modes

FX-format renders exquisitely shallow depth of field and wide-angle shooting. DX-format offers a 1.5x crop of the lens focal length, and 1920x1080 Crop format gives you a 2.7x angle of view—ideal for extending lens reach when you can’t get close enough.

91,000-pixel RGB 3D Color Matrix Metering III with Advanced SRS

Face detection using the optical viewfinder and detailed scene analysis using the 91,000-pixel RGB sensor enables superior auto exposure, auto white balance, AF performance and i-TTL flash exposure.

Built-in HDR

Combine two exposures at up to 3EV to create a single image revealing an extremely wide dynamic range but with less noise and richer color gradation than ever before.

Two-axis Virtual Horizon indicator

Determine if the camera is level—horizontally or forward—through the viewfinder or LCD monitor.

New mirror balancer

Minimizes the bounce of the mirror’s down movement, extending viewing time and allowing more time for AF operation—one reason D4 achieves AF and focus tracking even during high-speed continuous shooting.

Intelligent power management

Expect greater operating efficiency thanks to a new, small, high-capacity EN-EL 18 rechargeable Li-ion battery that can deliver up to approximately 2,600 images* per charge.
*Based on CIPA Standard.

View simultaneous Live View output on external monitors and record uncompressed video via HDMI terminal

Check video recording on the camera’s LCD and external monitor simultaneously; ideal for focus pullers and camera operators. When the highest possible image quality is required, you can bypass memory cards and record uncompressed footage directly from the image sensor onto an external recording device.

Time lapse shooting

Set intervals and frame rates in order to dramatically relay slow-moving activity at dramatic speeds. D4 lets you shoot time-lapse photography with replay rates from 24 to 36,000 times faster than normal and save them as movie files.

Two Live View shooting modes

Photography Live View and Movie Live View modes add flexibility; exposure, white balance, monitor hue, histogram, focus mode, AF area mode and focusing accuracy are easily confirmed.

Dedicated Nikon Picture Control button

Quickly access six preset picture control options—Standard, Neutral, Vivid, Monochrome, Landscape and Portrait—and up to nine customizable settings with a single button.

400,000-cycle tested shutter

For the utmost reliability and rigorous performance, D4’s shutter has been tested on fully assembled cameras for 400,000 cycles at extreme continuous burst rates.

Self-diagnostic shutter monitor

Should any shutter variance be detected, D4 automatically corrects and adjusts between the actual shutter speed and correct shutter speed to sustain precision shutter operation throughout the mechanism’s lifespan.

Supplied Accessories

  • AN-DC7 strap
  • EN-EL18 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
  • MH-26 Battery Charger
  • UC-E15 USB Cable
  • USB Cable Clip
  • BF-1B Body Cap
  • UF-2 Connector cover for stereo mini plug cable
  • UF-1 Connector cover for USB cable
  • Nikon View NX2 CD ROM
  • Transmitter Utility CD
  • BS-2 Accessory Shoe Cover

Product Description

16.2 megapixels in a newly designed FX-format image sensor: The D4 is engineered to achieve image integrity in the most diverse and difficult lighting conditions, thanks to an optimized balance between the FX-format sensor size (36.0 x 23.9 mm) and 16.2 effective megapixels Super-charged EXPEED 3 image-processing engine: EXPEED 3 performs multiple tasks at blindingly fast speeds, a result of engineering expertise and meticulous attention to detail Reliable ISO 12800 performance as standard: The D4 provides low-noise performance at ISO 12800 and extends the range one EV further, compared with that of the D3S, making ISO 100 standard; a welcome addition when using slow shutter speeds in bright sunlight Faster to winning frames: The frame rate can also be boosted to up to 11 fps in FX format. The camera's large buffer memory allows shooting up to approx. 100 frames in RAW and up to 200 frames in JPEG (when using SONY XQD Memory Card H series QD-H32 with 32GB capacity). Faster total workflow speed: The D4's speed runs across its entire workflow. The camera is ready to shoot in approx. 0.12 s and release time lag is minimized to a mere approx. 0.042 s. A new level of accuracy in auto operation with 91K-pixel RGB sensor: With Nikon's original Advanced Scene Recognition System, the D4 achieves new standards of accurate autofocus, auto exposure, i-TTL flash, Active D-Lighting and auto white balance results Face detection: The camera's auto-area AF mode accurately recognizes human faces and achieves sharp focus immediately and automatically - useful when there's no time to manually choose focus point. It focuses on a subject's body when the face is out of the AF area Advanced Multi-CAM 3500FX AF sensor module: The Advanced Multi-CAM 3500FX autofocus sensor module utilizes 51 strategically placed AF points that are designed to capture your subject as chosen. All 51 AF points of the D4 are usable with every AF NIKKOR lens of f/5.6 or faster. Fast initia

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I love this camera, the speed is insane the quality of the photos are great,Nikon hit it out of the ballpark with this one. Read more ›
I am procuring AMAZING photographs with the D4- VERY impressive. The images are razor sharp and thats allot considering Im using a dual purpose lens. I love it. Read more ›
Even two years after it's release, this camera stands the test…It's a solid workhorse with fantastic low light image quality that feels and sounds as a pro camera should! Read more ›
Purchased this camera to supplement my other Nikon bodies used for my work as a professional fashion photographer. This is my fifth D4 body. Read more ›
The professional's choice. I am a professional photographer and this is my camera of choice. I've used the entire line of professional nikon cameras. Read more ›
I bought the d800 great camera but not an all around camera like the d700. amazing still shots. D4 is the best camera made today for the nikon users. Read more ›
The D4 shines in both of these areas. I've found that focus is extremely fast, even in very low light. Read more ›
Up to ISO 10,000 or so, images are very clean. Focusing works really well in low-light, better than the D700 for sure. A nice change is that Auto ISO can now be easily… Read more ›
The biggest advantage I've noticed over the D3s…In lower lighting conditions on moving subjects, the camera seems to have ESP and snag perfect focus over 90% of the time. Read more ›
o I'm not a big bird shooter but I have been amazed at how well the focus tracking will follow a bird who moves in & out of the frame, well away from the original focus… Read more ›
On the other hand, Amazon has given me an incredibly personalized…And thank goodness for that because I bought the D800 and was not happy with a focusing problem. They… Read more ›
I find the D4 tends to be my go-to camera for most situations where I will handhold, for low light conditions where it still has excellent autofocus and exposure noise, or… Read more ›
It looks as though he was 20 feet from me. The sharpness and colors are incredible. I also have a photo of a grizzly bear from 150 yards. Read more ›
At…Color rendition is much nicer than with my old D200 which one would expect from a camera that is a couple of generations more advanced and several times the price. T… Read more ›
The colors are amazing, the shutter sounds awesome, I can't tell you how much I love this imaging beast. Thank you Nikon! Read more ›
Also a 20x24, and no less extraordinary in color image…I don't think I'd have the incredible colors, sharpness, and size, if it weren't for the advanced D4, and 11fps. A… Read more ›
The very fast AF system is remarkable under low light. The sharpness and colors are extraordinary. Before the D4, I used a D300. Read more ›
For these situations I need to be able to take clear and accurate photos which to me means increased ISO sensitivity, maintaining freeze frame shutter speeds, and with the… Read more ›
The vertical shooting controls are great as are the new focus points selection "nubs". I have found these new joysticks easy to use and as I use a Blackrapid strap I have… Read more ›
It's now lonely stablemate is a D7000. Transitioning to the D4 was very easy since the menu systems are very much the same. The D7000 has U1 and U2 memory settings. Read more ›
I especially like the ability to Auto bracket at up to 3EV. This is great for HDR's. The Auto HDR setting is a waste. Read more ›
The dynamic range and skin tone are excellent. On the D300, I would have to do a 5 shot bracket to have a nice HDR blend for landscape shooting. With the D4, the recovery… Read more ›
The light up control buttons on the outside of the camera are fun and functional. Read more ›
The higher range ISO is wonderful, and the extended range is well actually unbelievable, but great if you need it. Read more ›
I can't imagine holding another camera after I've used the D4. Fast as lightning, ISO performance holds its own while other cameras get lost in noise. Can't think of a… Read more ›
I've only been using it for about a month now, but I couldn't…The D300 was good at any ISO up to about 3200; at that point, the grain really started to become distracting. Read more ›
I find the D4 tends to be my go-to camera for most situations where I will handhold, for low light conditions where it still has excellent autofocus and exposure noise, or… Read more ›
UPDATED FEBRUARY 2013 after safari experience - shutter noise; great low light performance. Read more ›
UPDATED FURTHER - AUGUST 2013 after another safari - brilliant low light performance Read more ›
Take the exceptional resolution of the D3x and add the superb low light performance of the D3s; then make it all faster and better, and you have a D4. Read more ›
I purchased the Nikon D4 at the start of March 2013 for my…I use it alongside a Nikon D3s and I have to say that I have been completely blown away by its performance. D… Read more ›
This is a great camera, my issue is it came with a spot on the sensor that I just can't get rid of. From some reviews, it seems when they assemble them some get a oil… Read more ›
I will not offer a technical review, except to say I use the D4 for the amazing sensor and image processing and manual focus lenses from Zeiss and Voightlander. The… Read more ›
The D4 has a great sensor. It is not surprising to me that it ranked very highly on DxO mark's website. Read more ›
Even though the D3s is 1/6th a stop improved sensor sensitivity I am set on the 16mp over 12mp improvement, set on the dynamic range, set on it being new and an overall… Read more ›
My favorite lens to use with this camera is the Nikon 50mm 1.4. This lens is so amazingly sharp. Walking around the streets of Chicago it can literally take pictures in the… Read more ›
A little bit disappointment there. This camera is justified only by using great pro lenses. I also wished it had some cover over its LCD display. Read more ›
-Nikon still includes one of the most uncomfortable straps you can make to put on a pro body. With a decent lens and flash, it feels like it's cutting in to your neck. Read more ›
-Nikon still includes one of the most uncomfortable straps you can make to put on a pro body. With a decent lens and flash, it feels like it's cutting in to your neck. Read more ›
8) No flash. Perfect for fill-flash and in situations when you don't have time to get the full flash out of the bag. I hear a thousand "professionals" scream that Pros… Read more ›
When my camera first arrived, I wasn't so thrilled with the new QXD memory card, but I then found out it was much faster than compact flash cards, and it is of course… Read more ›
This is a workhorse camera. If you don't need the incredible speed or durability, there may be better choices. I also use a D800 for times when I can set up shots, use… Read more ›
For the last 3 years I've been using a D3 and a 200 mm f/2 NIkkor to capture…The D4 with an even better sensor, reduces the noise and allows an even faster shutter speed. Read more ›
The Xqd has been a flawless speed demon, coupled with the Lexar Professional 1000x 32 GB CompactFlash Card 2-Pack LCF32GCTBNA10002, you will be set for… Read more ›
The video capabilities are exciting, and I've only just begun to experiment with them. You can connect a headset so you can hear the audio while it's being recorded. Read more ›
Given the…I found from friends who have the D800 that the D800 is a wonderful landscape and studio camera with probably the best video capabilities of all Nikon cameras. Read more ›
A…I have written a review on my blog, ([...] where I compare the two in greater detail, and where you will find sample images of its amazing, blisteringly fast focus tracking. Read more ›
Hankk has done a brilliant, detailed review of this camera above so I won't go into any of the details that he has so well covered. I will however sing the praises of the… Read more ›

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207 of 214 people found the following review helpful By Hankk on May 5, 2012
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I pre-ordered this camera, and have now had it for about two months and taken over 10,000 shots with it. I'm upgrading from a Nikon D700. I'm not a pro, but I do occasional commercial jobs. I've updated this review several times, and will continue to do so as needed.

Vertical orientation: Nice. The vertical grip isn't nearly as contoured as the main horizontal grip -- there's just not as much stuff to grab your hands onto (no deep pockets for your fingertips). Too bad. But when holding it for any length of time, it's sure a lot easier than holding twisting my arm above my head and rotating the camera. Note that the vertical grip has a programmable button on it, which I use for Mode (A/S/M/P). I understand the D3s didn't have this, which seems crazy -- I use it all the time. I wish the vertical grip had all the buttons as the main grip does -- e.g., there's only one programmable button, so if you want to use it for Mode, then there's no way to change EV +- while vertical, or start taking a movie. Also, I wish the two function buttons (DoF preview, and the one above it) were replicated in vertical mode. They're not, which is silly -- there's room right there for them.

I shoot one-handed a lot, at events where I have a flash in one hand an a camera in the other (using a set of PocketWizards). I thought the weight of the D4 would make this harder. But no: when holding it vertically, the D4 is a lot easier to manage than the vertical D700. (I never had a vertical grip for the D700, so I can't compare.) Even holding it horizontally, the larger grip makes it easier to manage the D4 than the D700 one-handedly -- it makes the camera honestly feel substantially lighter.
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62 of 62 people found the following review helpful By ROSPORTS on May 11, 2012
I have been using the D4 since the middle of March.

I am a professional sports photographer, so I am shooting two games a day during the week and sometimes four or five games over a weekend. I shoot a lot.

The D4 is an upgrade from my D3. I skipped the D3s, which I understand is a strong performer as well.

The D4 excels in a couple of very critical areas for me. The first is low level shooting. With the D4 I will no longer have to light grungy, dank, dark college gyms for basketball and swimming. The camera shoots very usable JPEGs at 10,000 ISO. This is remarkable. Very little noise, and if you are not shooting to make huge prints, the noise is hardly noticeable. I am sure the NEF files at that size are workable as well. I tend to stay away from the highest ISO ratings, only because I haven't needed them.

I cannot wait for fall night football games as the combination of high ISO and a 2.8 lens will be perfect.

The auto focus on this camera is amazing. The D3 was good. The D4 is great. The combination of this with a 200-400 AFS Zoom is just heaven. I've gotten more, better and great shots since I got this camera than in the whole season before it. My clients have noticed it and commented. Very impressive.

The white balance is much better than the older models. It gives you a true color and needs little tweaking. But if you need to tweak--it can do that too.

A lot of people will complain about the XQD card. I wont. It is fast. When you stick that card in, with the camera set at JPEG Fine, you have about 71 images in your "burst." Why you would ever use 71 images at once is beyond me, but they are there. For example, I shot a lacrosse championship game the other day. It went into two overtimes.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By J. Hulse on June 9, 2013
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I'm a full-time photographer and own two D4 cameras and use the D3s as a backup. I've used the D4 for over a year now and have only positive things to say about the camera. Even after 80+ weddings, corporate events and countless portraits and product shoots, the camera is still solid with zero problems.

What I care most about is getting the shot! Image quality is a close second. The D4 shines in both of these areas. I've found that focus is extremely fast, even in very low light.

Probably the biggest improvement I see over the D3s is Latitude; my experience with the D4 is that it gives you an extra stop to work with in case your exposure is off. The pixels hold up VERY VERY well when edited hard in Photoshop.

If there is anything negative I could say about the camera, it'd be the fact that it takes two different kinds of memory cards!!! I've learned to live with it but it's still irritating; very expensive too since I already owned around 400 gigs of CF memory.

Most of my competition use the Canon 5D Mark iii. It produces excellent image quality, but falls far short mechanically. For starters it has a shutter rating of 100,000 (vs 400,000 with the D4), which makes it VERY UNDEPENDABLE after about six months in the hands of a full-time professional. It also has a low ISO rating compared to the D4 and focus problems. I have one second shooter that uses the 5D and have noticed a definite difference between the RAW files from her camera and mine. The Nikon files suit my taste better. If she wasn't so good I'd insist that all my second shooters shoot with my same equipment...

Now I WOULDN"T purchase this camera if you aren't a professional photographer. It is a TANK and a WORKHORSE. That is what you are paying for with the D4.
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