The Df is the new Nikon DSLR - but you'd be forgiven for thinking it's a decades-old model. That's because the camera giant is drawing squarely on its heritage, giving the device a distinctive retro body that's based on its old 35mm film cameras.
Featuring the pyramid-style top and classic Nikon typography, the camera comes as either an all-black model, or one with a black and silver finish. Nikon is even offering optional black or brown shoulder straps and cases to complete the nostalgia-tinged look.
Looks can be deceiving of course. The Df certainly not as heavy as the classic models it's based on: it makes use of a lightweight magnesium alloy to weight in at just 710g.
And on the inside, the Df is full of cutting edge camera technology, most notably a full-frame, 16.2 million pixel 35mm sensor. It offers ISO range of 100-12,800 (extendable up to 204,800), a burst speed of 5.5fps, and an AF module with 39 focus points.
To find out more about the Nikon Df, read this hands-on review (opens in new tab) on our sister site Tech Radar.
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