he Nikon F4 was introduced to the world, in 1988, as a replacement for the workhorse F3, which had been brought to market eight years earlier. The term “game-changer” is thrown around at today’s camera-release press conferences with relative abandon but, when it arrived, the Nikon F4 was a true game-changer. Because of its feature set, many new to the era, it could easily be considered the first “modern” professional SLR camera.
Ideal for the enthusiast or the working professional, the F4 packs in so many great features, leaving it a very capable camera, regardless of what it is you are shooting.
With continuous shooting, autofocus, 6400 ISO and more. One of the best cameras of all time