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- Nikon D4
- Read on for our full performance breakdown of Nikon's new flagship.
Nikon D4 Digital Camera Review$5,999.95
The Nikon D4 builds impressively on the Nikon D3s's control scheme, with the addition of two sub-selectors (one for portrait, one for vertical orientation), a programmable function button on the portrait grip, and improved video controls across the board. The incredible level of customization on offer is just what a professional needs, though there's still the split between Nikon (with savable menu banks) and Canon (three custom shooting mode "states") with how to establish specific camera-wide use cases. We prefer the Nikon menu bank method, though the actual Nikon menus themselves are still a long list that is difficult to navigate. Whether you're a seasoned Nikon pro or jumping over from another system, understand that the D4 is a blank canvas that will take some time to set up in the way that best serves you.