2012 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to be held in Las Vegas is a great opportunity for worlds top technology companies to launch and showcase their new range of products. Tokyo based Nikon has officially introduced the new Digital-SLR camera, the D4. One unexpected feature in this camera is to control it wirelessly. Use an iPad and the Wireless attachment WT-5 to remotely control the new Nikon D4 Digital SLR camera.
Nikon D4 DSLR
The D4 is equipped with a new Nikon FX-format CMOS image sensor (imaging size of 36.0 x 23.9 mm) and EXPEED 3, the latest image-processing engine specifically optimized for digital-SLR cameras, making it the next-generation flagship Nikon digital-SLR camera with the ultimate in versatility and functionality that offers superior image quality rich in detail along with excellent high-speed performance. It has an effective pixel count of 16.2-million pixels, and offers superior image quality under a broad range of lighting conditions with its image sensor supporting an incredible range of sensitivities from ISO 50 to ISO 204800.
D4 records images to memory cards faster with built-in support for high-speed, UDMA 7-compatible CompactFlash memory cards and next-generation, high-speed XQD memory cards. In addition to built-in wired LAN features, the D4 also supports high-speed image transfer via wireless LAN when the new, compact, easy-to-use Wireless Transmitter WT-5 (available separately) is connected to the camera.
Nikon D4 DSLR Camera Intro
Here is the Nikon D4 DSLR camera intro.
The wireless control allows user to view the scene camera will capture. Set focus points (51 focus points) with tap, adjust white balance and the ISO settings and capture the photo wirelessly using D4.
Here is the video demonstration of how to control Nikon D4 DSLR using iPad or iPhone.