Nikon’s camera range has received a new marquee body with the unveiling of the Nikon D3s. The full-frame 12.1 MP DSLR will be of interest for those with hefty bank accounts and professionals disinterested with huge megapixel sensors in addition to maintaining to wanting awesome low-light performance. While the ISO can be cranked up to an unheard of 102,400, we do assume that ISO ranges between 200 and 12,800 will ultimately be very clean. The one low-point of the release does seem to be the fact that the video feature only allows for 720p video and not a full 1080 which is quickly becoming the norm. The D3s body will be available in November with a suggested retail price of $5,200 USD.