Nikon announces the all new Df camera


Do you feel the itch to pick up a brand new DSLR camera, but are not quite sure just which particular model that you would like to settle on? Nikon might help make your choice with the release of their Nikon Df, which is a Nikon FX-format digital SLR camera. Just what will the Nikon Df bring the the table? We are talking about the clever combination of an intuitive, worry-free dial operation alongside superior image quality over a broad range of sensitivities. All of it will arrive in the smallest and lightest FX-format body, which would make the camera extremely portable – good news for those who are always on the move and yet cannot but help themselves from shooting plenty of photos.

There is also the presence of large metal mechanical dials that are located right at the top of the camera in order to enable direct, intuitive operation, where it offers tactile pleasure of shooting with precision mechanics so that shutterbugs are able to feel the joy of creating images which reflect their individual intent. Not only that, the Nikon Df will also provide a system which paves the way for users to focus on shooting with the security that comes from visual confirmation of ISO sensitivity, shutter speed, and exposure compensation values, not to mention the convenience of direct adjustment of settings regardless of the moment, even when the camera happens to be turned off.

The Nikon Df will rely on a similar FX-format CMOS sensor, boasting an effective pixel count of 16.2-million pixels, alongside the EXPEED 3 image-processing engine that can be found in the D4 flagship model. You will find that the Nikon Df offers stable, superior image quality under a wide range of lighting conditions. It will also be able to support a broad range of standard sensitivities, from ISO 100-12800, with additional reduction to the equivalent of ISO 50 and expansion to the equivalent of ISO 204800 when necessary.Each purchase comes with the AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G(Special Edition) kit lens that will further maximize the portability of the Df. Any takers?

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