Nikon D400 Camera – Popular D-Movie mode
Nikon D400 Camera Preview
Nikon D400 Release Date, Details and Rumours
Nikon D400 Camera is the anticipated and rumored replacement to the popular 12.3 megapixel Nikon D300.
Rumored specifications for this camera include Nikon’s popular D-Movie mode, which is found on the Nikon D90 and Nikon D5000. The D90 and D5000 capture HD 720p video at 24 frames per second. If the camera feature video capture, it would most likely be at least the same quality that is found on the D90 and D5000. However, because the D400 would be a higher-end camera, it would not be unlikely for it to feature 1080p video capture, like the Canon 5D Mark II.
The camera is expected to be officially announced in March 2012 as the official replacement for the Nikon D300s.
In this Nikon SLR Cameras you can find all the latest rumours about D400, latest news and release dates, all the specs and detailed info, video previews and reviews and other useful and interesting links that will help you to learn more about this camera and its features and release dates.
New 14.8 megapixel DX format CMOS sensor effective 14.3 megapixel
Self-cleaning sensor unit (low-pass filter vibration)
ISO 100 – 6400 (with boost up to ISO 25600 and down to ISO 50)
14-bit A/D conversion
Movie capture at up to 1080p 24 fps with stereo sound
Nikon EXPEED Plus image processor 30% faster than previous EXPEED image processor
Super fast operation (power-up 13 ms, shutter lag 40 ms, black-out 90 ms)
Kevlar / carbon fibre composite shutter with 200,000 exposure durability
Multi-CAM3500DX Auto Focus sensor (51-point, 15 cross-type, more vertical coverage)
Auto-focus tracking by color (using information from 1005-pixel AE sensor)
Auto-focus calibration (fine-tuning) now available (fixed body or up to 20 separate lens settings)
Vignetting control in-camera
Automatic chromatic aberration correction
Custom image parameters now support brightness as well as contrast
Live View with either phase detect (mirror up/down) or contrast-detect AF, face detection
Active D-Lighting’ (adjusts metering as well as applying D-Lighting curve)
Detailed ‘Control Panel’ type display on LCD monitor, changes color in darkness
Same ultra-fast startup and shutter lag as D700
Scene Recognition System (uses AE sensor, AF sensor)
UDMA compatible single CF card slot
Virtual horizon indicates if camera is level (like an aircraft cockpit display)
Buttons sealed against moisture
Seven frames per second continuous shooting (nine frames per second with battery pack)
3.0″ 922,000 pixel LCD monitor
Picture Control image parameter presets
Extensive in-camera retouching
Magnesium alloy body with connections and buttons sealed against moisture
HDMI HD video output
Monitor – 3-inch, 1MP LCD monitor
Sensor – It has 14.8 megapixel DX format CMOS sensor but with faster frame rates.
Image – Image processor 30% faster than previous EXPEED image processor Integrated GPS, Custom image parameters now support brightness.
Movie – Equipped with HD movie ability and movie capture at up to 1080p 24 fps with stereo sound.
Video – Nikon D400 Supports HDMI HD video output.