Nikon has today taken the wraps off its new retro-styled DSLR camera in the form of the new 16.2-megapixel Nikon Df which is equipped with the same weatherproofing technology that is included in Nikon’s D800 camera.
Other features of the new Nikon Df camera include a EXPEED 3 processor, 39 AF points system, 2,016-pixel 3D matrix metering system with a 204,800 top ISO as well as a 5.5 fps burst shooting mode.
On the rear the retro styled Nikon Df is fitted with a 3.2-inch, 921k-dot LCD offering 921,000 dots, which can be used to frame shots rather than the pro-grade, glass pentaprism viewfinder that provides nearly 100 percent coverage and enables you to remove AF points when shooting in manual focus if required.
The new Nikon Df DSLR camera also supports the current AF, AF-S, DX and AF-D lenses, as well as the older Ai and non-Ai Nikkor lenses which were first created way back in 1959.
The Nikon Df camera will be available to purchase later this month from $2,750 and is also available as a special edition bundle with a 50mm f/1.8 lens, for $3,000 or you can purchase the lens separately for $280 depending on your preferences. For more information on the new Nikon Df camera jump over to the Nikon website for details.
Source: VergeFiled Under: Camera News, Top News