Nikon’s new flagship DSLR, the D4, makes every other camera feel inadequate. It features a full-format 16.2-megapixel CMOS sensor with a 91,000-pixel 3D matrix for precisely reading the lighting and color of your subject. Whether you’re the photographer at a fancy dinner or your child’s soccer game, you’re going to get crisp pics thanks to a 51-point autofocus with 15 cross-type sensors. Plus, you can shoot full 1080p video with uncompressed HDMI streaming for directly recording your videos to an external device. This much technology doesn’t come cheap--$5,999.95 to be exact--but for prosumers and aspiring auteurs, the D4 is the pinnacle.
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