Nikon has just unveiled its lightest full-frame DSLR housed in a classic-ageless bezel –the 16.2-megapixel Nikon Df. And don’t be surprised with Df’s performance based on how it timeless design looks, but within this small package feature an incredible full-frame sensor you’d found on D4 and carefully sealed with the proofing like D800. Not to mention, at 710-gram (1.56-pound) it’s the lightest on the company’s range of full-frame cameras.
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For that not-so-cheap price tag, you’ll also get the following features from its specs:
- EXPEED 3 processor
- ISO range: 204,800
- 39 AF points supported by a 2,016-pixel 3D matrix metering system
- 5.5 fps burst shooting
- 3.2-inch, 921k-dot LCD screen
- glass pentaprism viewfinder
- Lens Compatibility: AF, AF-S, DX and AF-D lenses, but Ai and non-Ai Nikkor glass going all the way back to 1959
The body-only will cost you around $2,750, and Nikon will be rolling out a special edition 50mm f/1.8 lens to go along in a kit for $3000 or you can purchase it alone for $280. It will be made available later this month.