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Nikon D4X and/or D400 Coming in January 2014?
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December 26, 2013
9:38 pm
Eric Reagan
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Nikon Heart of the Image Challenge

Rumors have been stirring for a while on both the Nikon D4X and D400 - with Nikon D400 being one of the most buzz-worthy DSLRs in the rumor mill lately.

The most recent rumors suggest that we might see one or both of these cameras unveiled in January 2014. 

First off, Nikon Rumors…

December 26, 2013
10:30 pm
Wally Brooks

Hopefully nikon is not pilling the garbage they pulled a few years ago with their next big thing campaign that announced nothing.

December 27, 2013
12:30 am

Okay..........36MP for more than double the price of the current D800. Why would one get all hot and bothered about a 36 MP D4X ? And pay 2+ times more money for it?

December 27, 2013
3:02 am

I believe the more general consensus is a D4s type upgrade in time for the winter Olympics.

December 27, 2013
4:05 am
Bengt Nyman

I would buy a 36 MP Df with an improved grip and horizontal secondary dial before I buy a D4x.

December 27, 2013
10:42 am

I would take a guess @ it being D4s @ 24MP. Reason for that is 24MP seems to be a sweet spot as the D800 seems to get lots of negative press in regards to this high pixel density and how more difficult it is for getting sharp shots (not speaking from experience ... just repeating what I've heard online from reviewers and photo podcasts). But @ 24MP, people seem to be finding it to be a great rez. Also, @ 24MP, they could keep the FPS up quite high to be competitive with Canon top model.

December 27, 2013
1:01 pm
Rune Reader

This is a confused set of rumours.

A D4x @ 36mp would be a lead balloon unless it has the D4's speed and frame rate. But wouldn't that be the D5?

We are more likely to see Obama returned for a third term than a D400/D500/D9000 or whatever the high end DX won't be called. We might want it, but it's a religous conviction at Nikon that there simply won't be one.

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