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Mark Peters : November 12th 2013 - 10:30 CET
Experience FX-format photography with the Nikon DF

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NikonNikon DF camera features : Experience the creative thrill of FX-format photography wherever you go, thanks to a compact camera body that weighs approximately 710 grams without the battery. Built to withstand severe conditions, the Nikon DF camera features tough yet lightweight magnesium alloy top, bottom, and rear covers, and is weather-sealed to the same degree as the Nikon D800 for enhanced resistance to dust and moisture. When shooting in Live View mode, optional assist gridlines for 1:1 or 16:9 image ratios help with composition, and the contrast-detect AF system boasts enhanced operability, accuracy, and speed. Photographers can also confirm exposure simply by pressing the preview button when shooting in Manual mode.

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Nikon DF body design
The Nikon DF camera may look familiar with old 35mm film SLR cameras, but make no mistake… it’s built to handle the demands of modern digital photographers. When you’re passionate about photography, you know that taking the picture is as rewarding as enjoying the final images, and the Nikon DF boasts the kind of rugged build and superior ergonomics that has made the Nikon name synonymous with durability and reliability. Crafted to respond perfectly to your command, this FX-format camera will delight the senses of any photographer who’s passionate about still images - and cameras.

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Nikon DF pure photography
The Nikon DF features elegant mechanical dials. Comfort meets control with knurled mechanical dials that make operation simple and secure. The dials let you set ISO sensitivity, exposure compensation, exposure mode, and release mode independently, enabling you to access all parameters relevant to still photography without using the camera’s menu. The highly accurate shutter unit has been tested to 150.000 cycles, with a maximum shutter speed of 1/4,000 s and flash synchronization at up to 1/200 s. No matter which kind of photography you focus on, the Df’s range of creative and practical features can accommodate both your preferred style of shooting and your creative vision.

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Nikon DF price
The Df body comes in classic black, or silver with black highlights. The textured grip, mechanical dials, and flat top-panel hark back to Nikon’s iconic silver-halide film SLR cameras such as the F2 and F3, and the GUI boasts an original monotone colour. The Nikon Df price tag is set at $2750 (body only). Nikon also made a special edition of its AF-S Nikkor 50mm F1.8G lens to match the retro-style of the Df body. This lens is sold separately and carries a retail price of $280 USD.

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