Revealeaked: Nikon D4 short-form press release at financial website [updated]
The camera has now been officially announced! Follow our usual announcement round-up of previews and such at the Nikon D4 announcement round-up page...
The rumor parts of the post are after the jump for the historians and will no longer be updated...
The print issue of the french magazine Reponses Photo is another gift that keeps on giving, this time the article for the Nikon D4, with camera body pictures of the camera is making the internet rounds! See via PetaPixel.
There we learn of a 5800 euro European price, 10fps in FX mode, 12fps in DX mode, 400K shutter, and things like that. This sets up a new speed-demon rivalry between the Nikon D4 and the Canon 1D X.
Let the 35mm full frame parties re-start! A financial website published a short-form summarized press release on the Nikon D4, Nikon's new flagship DSLR (via Nikon Rumors). The date on the press release is January 10, 2012.
For video fans, EOS-HD has dissected the video-related aspects of the camera.
The article mentions a 16mp 35mm full frame CMOS sensor, up to 10fps, XQD memory card support (the first camera so far to support this new format brought to us by the CompactFlash people), ISO to the moon and back, and other improvements. The suggested retailer price (MSRP) is $6000. The existing Nikon D3s was released with a $5200 buy-it-now price.
Also revealed in a single sentence is a Nikkor 85mm f1.8G lens with a $500 suggested retail price.