The photographers among Product Reviews readers have been tracking most new Nikon Df rumors over the past few weeks, but now you can get stuck into some solid news about the new Nikon Df D-SLR camera that targets balance of advanced imaging and classic style.
Nikon gave the Df full-frame camera an official announcement thanks to this release, and you can see right away that many of the leaked photos match up with what Nikon revealed in press shots. You can see some of these photos on this page with different angles.
The Nikon Df D-SLR camera features a 16.2 megapixel full-frame sensor that professional photographers use within the Nikon D4 pro DSLR model. The camera is great for those that like to travel and benefits from weather sealing along with a light weight, at 710 grams, so this is not bad considering it’s a full-frame camera.
Main specs include a 100 percent viewfinder, 3.2-inch LCD display, 5.5fps burst shooting, 39 AF points, an ISO range that tops 204,800 and of course the Nikon EXPEED 3 processor.
Retro camera owners will love to hear that the new Nikon Df supports AF, Ai, AF-D, DX, AF-S and non-Ai Nikkor lenses that date back to the 50s. This is in with the theme of this camera and will be a selling point for some buyers.
Nikon’s new Df D-SLR camera has a price of $2,800 in body only, but can also be purchased at $3,000 with a special edition 50mm f/1.8G lens. The release date has been set for this month, so get ready to splash some cash if you’ve been waiting for it to arrive.
Full details on Nikon USA.