Nikon D4

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    1. Not Our Kids! 38 months ago | reply

      Man I hope! Nice rendering

    2. Marcel Diebold 38 months ago | reply

      mmh no. the grip for the right thumb makes not a lot of sence here. take a d3-series camera in your hand and imagine the grip gets extended to the wheel... that´s more how it will look like ; )

    3. dr_pete177 38 months ago | reply

      Yeah, a giant screen on the back is cool on a sketch, but eventually the screen gets big enough that controls get pushed out to where they don't belong or you lose grip area. The only solution would be to make the body bigger, and the D3's are already plenty big.

    4. © F M 38 months ago | reply

      waiting for....

    5. MaxArcher 38 months ago | reply

      Is the idea that the D-Pad on the back would now also be a wheel like the SB-900's? I like the idea of a nice one just like the SB's, as long as it also works as a traditional d-pad as well.

      I like it in general. The one thing I might have issue with is the left (shooter's position) shoulder, the incline seems a little too Canon to me. I'd have it meet the prism maybe 5mm or so lower.

    6. Wirasandi 38 months ago | reply

      still no AF point selector on the grip for short fingers photographers.. (i.e. me)

    7. M.Pat 38 months ago | reply

      tu m'en mets un de côté quand il sort ?

    8. Adrien Séné 38 months ago | reply

      Carrément ! ! .... Et tu me file ton D700 :D haha

    9. M.Pat 38 months ago | reply

      on en reparle...-_-

    10. Adrien Séné 38 months ago | reply

      D4 contre D700, je trouve ca convenable ! ne soit pas si difficile :P

      Treve de plaisanterie, il risque d'y avoir un poil de retard sur le planning Nikon avec ce qu'il se passe/s'est passé au Japon.

    11. M.Pat 38 months ago | reply

      tout devient très relatif d'un coup...

    12. Philippe.Faure 35 months ago | reply

      Magnifique le dessin !

    13. Adrien Séné 35 months ago | reply

      Merci Philippe ! !

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