1:32 AMD4S specs, full frame camera, Full HD video, FX-format, new DSLR camera, Nikon D4S, Nikon D4S review, NIkon VS Canon, professional photographerNo comments
Nikon D4S a real full-frame cameras that designed for professional photographers with great features and superior FX-format CMOS sensor.
If you're looking for a professional camera with a high level of innovation, the Nikon D4S could be a serious answer to your needs. Designed for those who always wants the best, the D4S guarantees exceptional images at speeds just incredible. Wow.
The D4S is powered with superior FX-format CMOS sensor with 16.2 effective megapixels and EXPEED 4 image-processing engine that empowers you to capture full-frame images with superior quality that’s second to none. This camera is the main competitor for the Canon 1DX, Sony A7S or 645Z Pentax and Panasonic DMC-GH4.
The Nikon D4S also great to make video clip or new movie, because you can record Full HD (1080p) at 50p/60p. You can also access the range from ISO 200 ISO and higher during the shooting, control the shutter speed, and aperture. The D4s can now adjust audio volume as it records. The Nikon D4S uses a recording format of 60/50p that delivers fluid subject movement and smooth changes in exposure, even when the brightness of the scene changes dramatically. Choose from three image area options – FX-based movie format, DX-based movie format, and the 1920 x 1080 crop.
According to dpreview.com, the biggest news, in terms of autofocus, is the D4s' ability to continuously focus at the camera's highest frame rate (a feature limited to 10fps on the D4). The D4S is designed with a plethora of AF options to deliver high-performance autofocusing even under extreme conditions. Nikon D4S is equipped with 51 focus points. The D4S guarantees acquisitions and improved tracking. Shutter speeds up to 11 fps in FX with AE / AF than the previous model, Nikon D4. The RAW file format Nikon S offers a faster transfer of images over the network, while the Gigabit Ethernet port 100 / 1000TX provides ultra-fast connection.
Nikon D4s key specs:
'Newly designed' 16 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor
Expeed 4 processing
1080/60p video for up to 10 mins at 42Mbps or 20 mins at 24Mbps
Smoother transitions when shooting interval or time-lapse stills/movies
ISO 100-25,600 (expandable to ISO 50 - 409,600 equiv)
51-point autofocus system (same as Nikon D4)
Group Area AF allows for more accurate subject tracking with less 'distraction'
11 fps continuous shooting with continuous AE/AF
New 'small' Raw size (approx. 8 megapixel)
CompactFlash and XQD card slots
Gigabit Ethernet port, in addition to support for WT-5A wireless transmitter
EN-EL18a battery provides 3020 shots per charge (CIPA)
Nikon also claimed that the D4S is designed with a plethora of AF options to deliver high-performance autofocusing even under extreme conditions. With 51 focus points, it is capable of tracking the subject throughout the frame, letting you refocus and lock on your subject quickly, even if the focus was initially on the background.
Nikon D4S is designed to be able to adapt to various situations and conditions, wherever you bring it, in any weather. Protected by the machine body made entirely of metal able to withstand any climatic condition, the reliable and robust D4S is able to offer absolute level of performance in the most critical environmental conditions.
With all the features that you can see the specifications as mentioned above, besides the D4S has a strong body and is designed to be ready in a variety of conditions and any environment, so if you're surfing or hunting photos in Africa, Australia or when you adventure to Bali or Nepal, then the Nikon D4S is a friend who is apt to make great photographs, and can you trust to make a video or a film that will make your friends fascinated.
However, life is a choice, so you can compare the D4S with the Canon 1DX, Sony sony A7S or Pentax 645Z and Panasonic DMC-GH4. Maximize search engine Google to make you more confident, before you make a decision.
4:50 AMfull frame camera, Full HD video, new nikon camera, Nikon D810, Nikon D810 vs Nikon D800E, Nikon DSLR camera, NIkon VS CanonNo comments
Nikon has introduced the D810, a superior product for a full-frame DSLR camera. This camera seems to be created for the photography enthusiast, or professional videographer. Nikon D810 full-frame sensor has a 36.3-MP FX-format (7360 x 4912 resolution), but without using the OLPF (Optical Low Pass Filter) to produce a high dynamic range.
To the satisfaction of the photographers, the D810 is equipped with EXPEED image processor 4, to improve performance minimizing noise. The ISO option on this camera, is also wider, from ISO 32-51200. For normal mode, this camera has an ISO range from The ISO 64-12800. Why is the Nikon D810 has The ISO as low as 32; and targeted to experienced photographers?
Apparently, a very low The ISO was good to confine light to make water flow more smoothly, especially in bright light conditions. If you use a low ISO, usually also means you will get a quality camera dynamic range wider, in a sense makes it easy to get a good photo in high contrast lighting conditions.
|New Nikon D810. Image: techradar.com|
You can try this The ISO option when you're hunting photos into the wild, where you will find a beautiful river. Maximize the use of The ISO 32 to photograph the river flow.
Nikon D810 is also capable of recording up to 5 fps at full HD, even on a crop mode 5: 4, 6 fps, also the crop mode 1: 2 and 7 fps in DX crop mode.
Nikon D810 major specifications:
36.3MP Full-frame CMOS sensor (no AA filter)
ISO 64-12,800 (expands to ISO 32-51,200)
51-point AF system with new 'Group Area AF' mode (inherited from D4S)
Electronic first-curtain shutter and redesigned mirror mechanism
New 'RAW Size S' 9MP Raw mode
Expeed 4 engine
Max 5fps shooting in FX mode, 7fps in DX (with battery grip + EN-EL18 / AA batteries)
3.2in 1,229k-dot RGBW LCD screen with customizable color
OLED viewfinder information display
Improved Scene Recognition System allows face detection in OVF mode
'Split screen zoom' display in live view allows horizons/lines to be leveled precisely
New 'flat' Picture Control mode (intended to appeal to videographers)
Auto ISO available in manual exposure mode
Zebra strips for exposure checking in video mode
Uncompressed HDMI output with simultaneous recording to memory card
Built-in stereo microphone
The beginners and professional photographers can certainly make a movie or a video clip with maximum results with the D810. You just need to practice how to make a video with the practice as often as possible. You can get tips and solution in the manual, or through the Internet. There are many tips to make or edit videos from various sites, so that one day you will be famous videographer.
The D810 has the same autofocus with Nikon D4S, 51 point, with the ability to group multiple point focus (AF group). The LCD screen on the Nikon D810 is also improved, which this camera has a higher resolution, 1.299 million points. This sophisticated camera is suitable for landscape photographers require a high resolution camera, while for those who love action photos, there is a faster camera, the Nikon D4S.
Nikon D810 could be said to be very flexible, suitable for professional or amateur photographers who need a tough camera, which is capable of being used in all fields. The camera produces images with high resolution to print large size (bigger than 60 cm).
You do not need to worry, the D810 is also excellent for shooting fast-moving subjects, because the autofocus system has been advanced as Nikon D4S. When using this camera in DX crop mode, the D810 capable consecutive photos 7 images per second with a resolution of 15 MP photos.
Just for the record, if you are a user of the Nikon D800 / E, may increase the D810 is not too significant, but for those who use the Nikon D600, D610, D300s or D7100, it will probably feel more tangible improvement in the quality of the image, and when you hold it physically. The Nikon D810 can be purchased at a price of approximately US$ 3,296.95. If you think the price is expensive, then you can consider the Nikon D800E, D7100 or Canon EOS 700D.
1:21 AMaffordable full frame camera, APS-C image sensor, Canon vs Nikon, full frame camera, high-end camera, new DSLR camera, Pentax 645D II, professional photographerNo comments
The term ‘full frame' refers to DSLR cameras with an image sensor the same size as a 35mm film frame. Not every manufacturer has a full-frame camera in its lineup. Most people buy a camera with an APS-C image sensor, a little less than half the size of full-frame in terms of surface area. But there are advantages to getting a camera with a bigger sensor—including a larger, brighter viewfinder and the ability to create an extremely shallow depth of field with wide-aperture lenses.
A full-frame DSLR has significant advantages, which arise because the image sensor is larger than that in APS-C-format or micro-system models. Another advantage of full-frame sensors is that wide angle lenses are true wide angles. The smaller APS-C and Four Thirds-format sensors don't use the entire width of the image circle created by 35mm-format lenses. Physically larger image sensors lent one of two advantages. Firstly, the greater surface area of the sensor could be packed with more pixels, delivering higher-resolution images.
Arguably the biggest advantage of full-frame cameras is that they enable a shallower depth of field than APS-C bodies. That's vital for portrait and still-life photographers, who want to blur backgrounds and keep the foreground subject sharp.
Few year ago it was only professional photographers, and enthusiasts with very deep pockets, who could afford a full frame DSLR. Full-frame sensors are typically found in high-end DSLRs – the kind used by professional and advanced-level photographers. Today you can buy an affordable full frame camera.
There are some older versions of full frame cameras that have come down in price, and you can also buy a full frame DSLR camera series later, also at affordable prices. You 've got quite a lot of choice for almost all well-known camera has launched a full frame, such as the Nikon D600.
|Canon EOS 6D vs Canon EOS 5D Mark III. Image: dancarrphotography.com|
Nikon D600 is the first ever full -frame digital SLR to grace Nikon 's consumer stable, while the Canon 6D shaves a huge amount off the price of the semi -pro Canon 5D Mark III, but you can choose the Canon EOS 5D Mark II, certainly more selection of the EOS 5D Mark III. Don’t forget try the Nikon D610 is Nikon’s flagship "budget" full-frame DSLR and an impressive all-around performer, which is certainly cheaper than the Nikon D800E, which Nikon D800E, is a refinement of the D800.
If you want a full-frame camera is newer, you can certainly choose the Nikon D610 or Nikon D800 and Sony SLT A99 with unique features . You can still search for the Canon EOS 6D are often referred to as the baby brother to the Canon EOS 5D Mark III, 6D perhaps because reliability is not much different from the EOS 5D Mark III , and of course more affordable. You also need to consider the Canon EOS 7D because of course newer than the Canon EOS 6D.
If you are not affected by competition Canon vs. Nikon, then you also need to look at the capabilities of Sony A7 and other series of Sony A7R. If you have a little spirit of adventure, you can also try the Pentax K-3. And there are rumors of the launch of the Pentax 645D II with the following specifications:
- 40 – 50 MP sensor
- SAFOX XI AF module
- Frame rate: 3 fps
- Highest ISO: 102,400 or 204,800
- Shutter life: 100,000
- Live view
- USB 3.0 support for tethered shooting
- Price around 10,000 USD
- Release date in mid April 2014
All of the above cameras are very sophisticated, with various superiority, where all the cameras have been equipped with various features, and you can choose according to the needs, dreams and budget you have. Any brand and any type will surely take you to become a professional photographer with beautiful pictures, sharp, even when you can make a photographs with high artistic value. If you have strong dreams, and continue to learn, you can be filthy rich in the world of photography.