Nikon D4 have been leaked although we wouldn’t take this as a hard fact for now as information like this always has room for error and untruths, at least until the official spec sheet has been released.
According to these leaked specs, the Nikon D4 will feature a 16.2MP sensor, a 11fps burst mode, native ISO range of 100-102,400 that can apparently be expanded to 50-204,800. It will support CF + XQD memory cards, compatible with the new Nikon WT-5 wireless transmitter, integrated Ethernet in the camera, face detection, improved video, improved 51 AF points and much more.
The specs came by way of several sources according to Nikonrumors and the site thinks these are 90% accurate. The camera’s ISO range is expandable to 50 and 204,800. The camera will also get some new storage capability with the CF card slot and a XQD memory card slot. There will be Ethernet connectivity integrated into the camera, and it will rock face detection and recognition supposedly working in the viewfinder.
Based on these specs, it appears as those Nikon has created the D4 to give their rival, the Canon EOS 1DX, a run for their money, assuming of course that these specs are actually real. Some have speculated that Nikon could be announcing the D4 before or during the PMA show in Las Vegas which will take place during January 10-13 2012. Anyone excited about the D4 now?