Nikon is one of the biggest names in the digital camera world. Some specs have surfaced for their next big camera, rumored to be called the Nikon D4. The DSLR is expected to be a have a 16.2MP image sensor, burst shooting at 11fps and a wide ISO range with 100 to 102,400 native. An expanded ISO range provides a crazy 50 to 204,800 ISO.
The camera is also said to have integrated Ethernet, presumably to allow the streaming of live video, and perhaps the sending content to your computer faster. Storage is to a CF card, and the D4 should support the new XQD standard – which offers significantly improved throughput and a small form-factor.
Other features include Face Detection, video recording in 1080p (only 30fps?), and uncompressed video output via the HDMI port. These specs were picked up by Nikonrumors from a variety of sources, but the site thinks that they are 90% accurate based on experience. They expect that all will be revealed about the D4 in January 2012.