Nikon DF Full-Frame DSLR Camera

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Vintage design has certainly become the trend as of late, with everything from fashion to technology. Nikon joins the crowd, fusing that classic design with new age technology in the Nikon DF Full-Frame DSLR Camera.

The retro styling is enough to catch anyone’s attention, but this thing is also fully capable as well. Equipped with the same sensor as the Nikon D4, the DF boasts the title of not only the lightest, but also the thinnest full-frame shooter from the brand to date. The 16.2 megapixel Nikon DF features a 39-point AF system paired with a high definition LCD, EXPEED 3 processor, the bility to share photos via Wi-Fi, and is also compatible with all of the current Nikon SLR lenses on the market. The Nikon DF will be released later this month on November 28th (in your choice of black or silver), and will carry a retail sticker of $2,750 for the body. [Purchase]

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