Review Nikon Df CMOS FX-Format Digital SLR Camera

This is the Digital SLR Camera I Always Wanted

This is a Nikon Df CMOS FX-Format Digital SLR Camera

It is an Amazing Camera! This is a camera that defies reason. Having said that, there are a few very definite and logical reasons why this camera is an attractive purchase. And why I bought one. First, it offers an excellent image sensor and that's the heart of any digital camera. It is the same sensor that Nikon employs in its flagship DSLR, the Nikon D4. It's a 16.2 MP sensor that also offers extraordinary low light performance. Since the D4 retails at around $6,000, the Df offers access to Nikon's, arguably, best sensor at less than half the price of the D4. Nikon does offer cameras with higher megapixel ratings, but their low light performance does not match the performance of the D4's. Period.

Reviews :

  • It is a beautiful camera and I LIKE the dials. I can turn a lot of them with the lock with one hand. You just need to spend time with it to figure how best to work with it. Seriously, the dials are awesome and they really are an option if you don't care to use them.

  • Here's what I wish it had: a low light emitter. My camera focuses great in low light! I'm not sure what other people are complaining about, but my camera is fantastic in low light. The option to have the low light emitter would be nice. I wish it had a better grip. I wish it had a second card slot. That's it.

  • also got the special 50mm 1.8. My lens is AWESOME. I have a great copy. Super sharp wide open. If you have this lens and it is soft, return it, but I'm glad I have it. In fact I'm planning of getting more primes!

  • AF is fast but not as fast as my Olympus E-M1 and I still prefer a nice HQ EVF to an optical but the Df is a joy to shoot due to the smaller size, lower weight, and it inspires confidence in the manual controls and design.

  • Love it. THIS is my favorite Nikon camera but I have to decide if I want to keep the black or silver. :)

Product Description :

  • 16MP full frame CMOS sensor

  • 5.5 frames per second continuous shooting

  • 39-point autofocus system with 9 cross-type points

  • ISO100 - 12800

  • 3 inch LCD with 921,000 dots

  • 0.7x viewfinder with 100% coverage

  • Raw and Raw + JPEG shooting

  • Optional external flash via hot shoe or PC sync


  • Wi-Fi compatible via WU-1a mobile adapter (sold separately)

  • Collapsible coupling lever makes it compatible with all Nikon F-mount lenses, even non-AI

  • Magnesium Alloy body with mechanical exposure dials

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