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The Nikon D4S Is Our Top Rated DSLR $6,499.95

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  • Best of Year 2014

The Nikon D4, launched back in 2012, was a revolutionary camera that combined fast capture speed, superb ergonomics and control, and truly professional caliber video options. As the company has done with previous generations of pro-level cameras, Nikon is back with a subtle refresh of its top camera, touting greater dynamic range, improved continuous shooting speed with autofocus, and a frankly ridiculous top ISO of 409,600. Meet Nikon's D4S.

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