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Df is the smallest and lightest FX-format DSLR camera Nikon has ever produced

Nikon has officially announced its latest digital camera called the Df. Nikon says that this new camera is a fusion of "flagship D4 image quality" in a small and light FX-format body. The camera has dial operation allowing for direct and intuitive operation and provides precision mechanics for high-quality photography.

Mechanical knobs also allow users to adjust settings at any time, even with the camera turned off. The Df uses a FX-format single sensor with a resolution of 16.2 megapixels combined with an EXPEED 3 image-processing engine from the D4 flagship digital camera. The Df supports ISO range from 100-12,800 and can be reduced to the equivalent of ISO 50 up to ISO 204,800. The camera has an autofocus system using 39 focus points in a scene recognition system using a built-in 2016-pixel RGB sensor.


The Df is relatively small, measuring 143.5 x 110 x 66.5 mm and weighs 710 g. Nikon says that makes it the smallest and lightest FX-format D-SLR camera in company history.

The camera can shoot continuous high-speed images at 5.5 FPS and stores them to SDXC memory cards. The Df can be purchased with an AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G special edition kit lens designed to offer superior performance with a compact and lightweight design.
 
Pricing and availability for the Df is unannounced this time.

Source: Nikon





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