Nikon D4, a Nikon FX-format camera that serves as the new flagship model in Nikon's lineup of digital-SLR cameras. Nikon D4 will be exhibiting at the 2012 International CES, to be held Tuesday, January 10 through Friday, January 13 in Las Vegas, Nevada. 
Nikon D4 is Professional SLR FX-format sensor - as created in order to cross borders. With high-resolution CMOS sensor with 16.2 megapixels, continuous shooting at up to 11 frames / sec, ISO 100 to 12.800 (expandable), image processing with EXPEED 3 and D-movie in full HD quality (1080p) but Canon EOS 1DX is offers faster photo-capture than the Nikon D4, at 14 frames per second compared to the D4”s max of 11.

The Nikon D4 capable of shooting at 10 frames per second with full autofocus. In addition to a host of ergonomic improvements, the D4 also sees the expansion of its video capabilities, to the extent that Nikon is describing it as a multi-media DSLR. Its sensitivity range can be expanded to the equivalent of ISO 204,800 and adds illuminated controls to make it easier to work in the low-light situations. Nikon D4 also becomes the first camera to make use of the XQD memory card format and different from Canon EOS 1Dx has slots for two compact flash cards. XQD, the super-fast storage technology just announced by the CompactFlash Association.