Nikon’s $2,750 Df DSLR lets you shoot full-frame digital images like it’s 1959 (hands-on)

5 Nov



By Zach Honig

Reincarnation is the new innovation — the camera industry’s latest salute to days gone by comes compliments of Nikon. The 16.2-megapixel Df blends a full-frame sensor and modern capabilities with a “timeless design.” It may look like something you just dug out of your great grandfather’s secret chest in the attic, but people on the other end of your images will assume those snappy shots are the product of a serious professional tool. And they’d be right — even if pros prefer something more modern for their day jobs, the Df stands up extremely well on paper. In fact, it contains the same incredible sensor found on the flagship D4, along with the same level of weather proofing you’d get with the D800 — all wrapped in a 710-gram (1.56-pound) body that feels great and is the lightest in Nikon’s full-frame range.

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