The company, which claims to have a 55 per cent market share in the DSLR segment, says it wants to consolidate its growth in the vertical with these new offerings.
The Nikon D4s is the companys new flagship camera and is a successor to the D4. The full-frame camera offers Full HD recording at 60 frames per second, EXPEED 4 image processing engine and a new 16.2 MP FX-format CMOS sensor. The camera has a maximum ISO of 25,600, which can be extended to an unprecedented ISO 409,600.The camera has been priced at Rs 4,19,950.
The other launch is the entry-level D3300, which will carry on the legacy of the popular D3100 and D3200. The D3300, along with the guide mode for first-time photographers, will have a 24.2MP DX-format CMOS sensor, Full HD video recording as 60fps and EXPEED 4 image processing engine. The camera will sell for Rs D3300 for body alone and with the AF-S 18-55mm VRII at Rs 37,950.