Two days ago, Nikon officially announced their latest Digital SLR Camera, the D4. As some of the great technology companies are using 2012 Consumer Electronics Show to launch their finest products, Nikon is also using this opportunity to introduce the world to their latest DSLR camera which comes equipped with the Nikon FX-format CMOS image sensor and the latest image-processing engine. This is a big treat for all the hardcore photographers in the world.
As in the words of the former owner of Steve Jobs there is “one more thing” which is going to add a great deal to the features of the camera. Yes this new feature of the camera was announced recently which is the ability to control the camera with an iOS device. This is surely going to attract a lot of customers as people these days prefer to control their hardware with devices such as the iPhone and iPad.
This feature will allow the users to view what the camera is looking at, control the D4’s focus points by touching any point on the image, and can control all the camera’s core functions, like white balance, ISO, shutter and aperture. The interface can also be used to control the video abilities of the D4.
However more details of this feature are not yet revealed but it was told that use of a Nikon App store app may not be necessary to control the camera instead, it is speculated that Nikon’s own WT-5 Wireless adapter will allow iOS fans to connect to their camera via Safari.