Nikon D4 Video

January 9, 2012 | Mark Goldstein | Digital SLR Cameras | 3 Comments |
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At last week’s UK press launch of the Nikon D4, a stunning video by Corey Rich was shown as part of the marketing presentation, and it’s now available on Vimeo for everyone to enjoy.

Shot exclusively with the D4, incorporating both stills and video, and featuring a mountain biker, climber and kayaker, the Nikon D4 release video is a mouth-watering showcase of just some of the things that this flagship DSLR is capable of.

Definitely worth a look even if you can’t afford the D4’s eye-watering price-tag - so click through for the full 7min 28sec video.



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#1 Jaime Ardiles-Arce

What a fantastic film done with the new Nikon D4! It shows the tremendous capabilities of a game-changing new camera done by a company with so many innovations that are winners and became classics.

12:09 pm - Monday, January 9, 2012

#2 paul

This review from London by a co op of professional photographers. it pulls no punches "the wrong camera, too late" I found it the best review of this camera I have so far read. These guys obviously love cameras but do not have any one telling them what to write or trying to buy them with free stuff; unlike 97% or the write ups of top end cameras.
this is a hard hitting technical review from a group of top professional photographers in London: "the wrong camera too late" some amazing view points
http://www.photography-factory.co.uk/photographyreviews/2012/01/nikon-d4-review-the-wrong-camera-too-late-16mp-1080p-30-hd-video-iso-12000-xqd-is-that-it-v-canon-5d-hasselblad-h4d-pentax-d645/

9:36 pm - Wednesday, January 11, 2012

#3 Carlsen

Motion looks jagged and rough. Not smooth at all. Perhaps VIDEOs fault but the motion looks really video and rolling shutter-like.

Images are VERY nice but TOO smooth for me. Atmosphere is lacking completely.. No character but perhaps for TV Reports that it is what is wanted. For Film (Movies) it would be way too clean for me...

10:23 pm - Thursday, January 12, 2012