Nikon Df

Announced Nov 5, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
dpreview conclusion

The Nikon Df is a product that's as much about invoking nostalgia as it is about capturing the moment. Its control setup, though slower than a modern DSLR layout, will appeal to anyone who wants a camera that feels more like a camera than an electronic device. However, despite an excellent imaging sensor, we think too many compromises were made on such an expensive camera.

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81%
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Good for

Anyone longing to shoot using traditional control dials. Owners of Pre-AI Nikon lenses.

Not so good for

Users of autofocus wishing to work in low light. Photographers looking for the best available technology for their money.

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