To start off this section of the review, it can be safely said that using the Nikon D4 is a pleasure and professional photographers will be delighted to use it. As far as handling goes, it is on the heavier side, but the design of the magnesium alloy body allows you to grip it easily and capture images easily, whether you are using the vertical hand grip or the horizontal one. The weight of the body of the DSLR is 1180g, and will go up quite a bit, depending on what sort of lens it is paired with it. The position of the buttons is another great aspect of the camera, as it allows you to adjust the different settings, while peering through the viewfinder. Besides the viewfinder and handling, the shutter release button works incredibly fast resulting in no delay whatsoever between pressing the shutter release button and the image being captured by the camera.
In indoor or low-light photography, the camera really comes to the fore and produces stellar quality images in almost all light settings. One can easily capture images at an ISO range of 6400 without fearing that the image will be unusable. The Nikon D4 can capture great macro images and one will notice a nice depth of field as well.
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Updated 24 May, 2013, 7:53 pm IST
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