Nikon D4 is Here! / by Bill Frakes


Keeping a secret is hard, especially when it's a really good secret. Nikon asked me to do some of the image creation for the launch of their new flagship the Nikon D4.

With 16.2 megapixels in a newly designed FX-format image sensor, the D4 handles all lighting conditions seamlessly. The ISO sensitivity range is from 100 to 12800 at normal settings, expandable to ISO 50 equivalent or ISO 204800 equivalent.

The camera has three image area options for Full HD video expanding the possibilities.  That's what these guys do, they allow us to have the ability to see things in new ways.  Exciting ways.  They provide the technology to unleash your imagination.

But for me, the best thing Nikon did with the D4, is what they have always done.  They have built a camera that I can depend on to do what I need it to do, seamlessly, every time I push the button.

It gives me more options, more functions, faster response time, better everything, and best of all,  tt always works.

This is my life, and I need partners I can depend on.   These guys are always there.

Learn more about the new Nikon D4 in the brochure available online now. We will be posting a review of the camera, with examples in the next few days.

Also check out Joe McNally's blog for some more great shots of the Nikon D4 in use. More coming soon...