Nikon DF

Nikon DF

Channeling the style of their iconic film cameras, Nikon is combining their legendary film camera styling with a 16.2-megapixel full-frame sensor – the same sensor found on the much more expensive Nikon D4.  The new Nikon DF will have a huge range of capabilities like continuous shooting for up to 100 photos, high quality image handling and nearly see-in-the-dark high ISO performance.  On the back of the Nikon DF is a 3.2″ LED display and a multitude of buttons and ports, including the requisite HDMI ouput and USB connection.  For Nikon lovers looking for a smaller alternative to traditional DSLR cameras, the Nikon DF is it.

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