Nikon Df retro DSLR camera coming to US

Nikon Df DSLR camera

Nikon Df DSLR camera

The growing trend in the photography world is going retro, and we do not mean using hipster lomo cameras. Nikon introduces its latest DSLR camera with a retro appeal. The Nikon Df combines a full-frame sensor and modern features. Its design would remind you of those old cameras of yore with its manual dials and the textured body.

The 16.2-megapixel Df sports an EXPEED 3 processor, a 204,800 top ISO, 39 auto-focus points, a 2,016-pixel 3D matrix metering system, and a 5.5 frames-per-second burst shooting. Apart from its 3.2-inch, 921k-dot LCD, the Nikon Df can frame shots using a professional-grade, glass pentaprism viewfinder that has 100-percent coverage.

This camera also allows shutterbugs to remove visible AF points when shooting in manual focus. It comes with a weather-proofed body and weighs at a mere 710 grams, the lightest among Nikon’s full-frame cameras.

Nikon Df DSLR camera

The Nikon Df works with most Nikon SLR and DSLR lenses, even the vintage Nikkor glass. The top contains a wide array of dedicated dials such as the EV, shutter speed, and ISO.

The new Df will be available lens-free in the United States later this month for $2,750. You can opt for a special-edition bundle which includes a 50mm f/1.8 lens for $3,000.

Source: Engadget

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