The full-frame DSLR market is highly competitive with solid options from several manufacturers including Nikon, Canon and Sony. And while Canon has had a grasp on those shooting DSLR video since the introduction of the 5D Mark II, Nikon has definitely moved forward with the D4's video features.
But this powerhouse of a camera isn't just for shooting video. Exceptional still images, a feature set that is far too long and complex to cover in a single review and excellent performance more than justify its price tag (which is, at last count, about $800 less expensive than the Canon 1DX, its main competitor).
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