The Nikon D400 is the upcoming pro-level DX-format D-SLR. It is expected to use a 24.3-MP sensor. Its rugged weather-sealed body, easy-to-access controls and advanced technology are sure to provide a highly functional camera built to withstand the rigors of daily use. The D400 with a 24MP CMOS sensor will produce detailed images with wide dynamic range and ISO from 100-25,600 will provide clean images with enhanced low-light sensitivity. Nikon’s EXPEED 3 image processing system will allow continuous shooting, expected to be 8 frames per second. Advanced 51-point auto focus system with 3D tracking and face recognition capture action at the exact moment. The Nikon D400 will also provide advanced video features: 1080p resolution at a range of frame rates 24/25/30/50/60 fps, in addition to full time autofocus as well as full manual control of ISO aperture. The D400 is sure to be the camera of choice for professional photographers, videographers and advanced amateurs.
Preliminary Specifications: *
|24.3MP DX-format CMOS sensor (6000 x 4000 pixels) 23.5 x 15.6mm sensor size
|1080p 24/25/30/60 fps and 720p 24/25/30/60 fps
|100% coverage, 0.94X Magnification
|91,000 pixel RGB metering sensor
|100-6,400 (expandable to 50-25,600)
|Continuous shooting rate
|Up to 9fps
|Dual Slots: Secure Digital (SD/SDHC/SDXC) and Compact Flash (UDMA-7)
|51 focus points with 3D tracking and face recognition
|850g (1.87 lbs)
* Specifications are not final and subject to change. These are not official specifications, but an estimate of the features based on recent Nikon DSLR. Updated July 16, 2013.