DF standards for “Digital Fusion,” which means that the Nikon DF is a mixed bunch of the old and the new. This compact DSLR camera from Nikon boasts a full-frame sensor, a 39 point Autofocus system, and a shooting range of up to 5.5 fps. It also has front and rear electronic control dials aside from its physical dials on the top of its plate. The Nikon DF is indeed a modern day DSLR camera, one that both pros and budding photographers will find sensible, functional, and easy to use.
Precision in Every Shot
Photographers and hobbyist will discover a deeper and more direct connection with their camera – a concept that the Nikon DF has been built around on. With its metallic mechanical dials that are designed to be large enough to be held comfortably, users regardless if they’re a pro or not will find it easy to point and shoot with the Nikon DF, as if it’s already part of them. This DSLR is Nikon’s lightest and smallest FX-format body. However, it plays its game like the rest of the full pledge DSLRs in the market today, as it produces high-quality photos with rich details – from the lowest to the highest ISO settings. The DF represents the seamless fusion of impressive image quality and a tactile precision mechanism in photography, both of which stimulates artistic sensibilities that could inspire the creativity of its users and pour it out in each photo that the DF takes.
FX Format 16.2 Megapixel Camera: For the Free Spirited Photographers
The design helmed by the Nikon DF is designed for traveling. Its compact design and light weight overall build give its users the liberty to roam freely without feeling bulky. Photographers pro or amateur will have more photographic opportunities if they explore the world for some scenic view, and that is where the Nikon DF will prove itself most useful. Of course, aside from being a travel-friendly camera, it also comes with a full DSLR feature that could deliver exceptional image quality.
Configuration and Settings Designed for Professional Photography
The Nikon DF features an impressive range of ISO settings. It can match the FX-format sensor with its 16 Megapixel shooter which is possible because of this camera’s dynamic range of tonal gradation, high ISO noise, resolution, and color reproduction. With the FX-format CMOS image sensor of the Nikon DF can collect a maximum amount of light under any lighting condition: Say goodbye to poorly lit photos and say hello to realistic looking low light shots.