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PostPosted: Thu Jan 05, 2012 4:32 am 
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I hope the specs are as listed in this Wells Fargo article (https://wellsfargoadvisors.mworld.com/m ... =587442381). The max usable ISO has varied between 12,800 (like the D3s) to 102,800. All new flagship models need some outstanding features. This would be one...

We'll find out what the true specs are on Friday.


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Whoa!

It's still 5th January here, but Tuesday 10th January at Wells Fargo Advisors.

I've heard of Samoa changing their position relative to the International Date Line but that's something else!

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Whether we hear about the D4 announcement tomorrow or on the 10th...not a big deal. Will be soon enough either way...

http://nikonrumors.com/2012/01/04/nikon ... more-29938

The D4 does look tempting...even at it's debut asking price. Was hoping the D800 would have more usable ISO than it's listed to have (max 6400).


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So it has been announced.

Most of the speculation has been correct. Nikon boasts a new AF module but I can't find any differences between the new and the old.

The meter now has more pixels than the sensor itself! :shock:

MSRP is USD1000D higher than the D3, I hope this trend doesn't show itself in their lower end modules.

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Looks like it is official!

http://www.nikon.com/news/2012/0106_flagship_01.htm

Now where to get 6 grand and how to tell the wife that I "need" one. ;)

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Hi, it is official and we now have an official thread to discuss it:

http://www.cameralabs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=248009

I'll lock this one now!


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