Nikon Df 16.2 MP CMOS FX-Format Digital SLR Camera Review

The classics never go out of style. This statement is all over Nikon Df 16.2 MP CMOS FX-Format Digital SLR Camera considering its design. By the looks of a classically designed camera alone, no doubt that it is going to be love at first sight. But will the more imperative performance outweigh the impressive classic and stylish design? Let’s find out more about this camera in this Nikon Df 16.2 MP CMOS FX-Format Digital SLR Camera Review.

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Announced this week, the Nikon Df is a exclusive and an high-level D-SLR that brings into line Nikon’s legacy and modern performance in a lightweight and very capable FX-format camera. this camera gives to reverence to the unequaled style of Nikon’s distinguished “F” series of 35mm film cameras, and at the same time highlights the technology that is similar to Nikon’s professional flagship D4 D-SLR.

What are the key features of this camera?

There’s so much to say about this camera and this review is an attempt to make all of it as concise as possible. Starting with the design, the camera’s classic look is brilliantly paired with a robust feel and impressive finely detailed mechanical dials that showed superb dexterity in creating a modern masterpiece. That just sounded too much of a description but really this baby is a thing of a beauty! The top part of the camera’s mechanical control makes it look stylish and elegant and has a prism with five faces that deviates light at a 90º angle, making it useful in correctly presenting an image in the viewfinder of a camera and constructed with a durable and lightweight magnesium alloy.

Even more remarkably, the Nikon Df 16.2 MP CMOS FX-Format Digital SLR Camera  is not all about appealing looks. This enduring design is matched with renowned Nikon performance creating a very capable and extremely appealing FX-format for pros and photo enthusiasts.  The 16.2-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor of the Df is genetically passed on from Nikon’s professional flagship D-SLR, the D4. The large 36 x 23.9mm CMOS sensor is acclaimed for its ability to produce amazing image quality in a wide variation of lighting conditions. This camera will be great for shooting landscapes, photo shoots on family occasions and even sports activities and the wildlife as the frames are captured with amazing clarity, accurate color and a broad dynamic range. Nikon’s exclusive EXPEED 3 image processing engine creates superb image quality, with a natural color and depth.

This camera captures 5.5 frames per second, through an optical viewfinder with 100 percent field of view (the pentaprism hump isn’t just for show), and displays its shots on a 3.2-inch LCD filled with 921,000 dots with lots of shooting modes and scenes available.

PROS

  • Convenient and precision of Nikon’s 39-point AF system
  • 2016-Pixel 3D Matrix Metering and Scene Recognition System analyzes shooting scenario and determines proper camera settings
  • Optional WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter1 connects the camera to a mobile device (can download and share images or remotely fire the camera)
  • Users can easily compose through the high-resolution 3.2 inch LCD screen or the bright optical viewfinder
  • Great physical shutter speed, ISO and exposure compensation dials
  • Maximum 5.5 fps continuous shooting
  • Compatible with virtually all Nikon F-mount lenses (including pre-Ai standard)

CONS

  • This camera does not support video recording (insert sad face here)
  • The price is will definitely hurt your pocket.

In conclusion, it is completely unquestionable that this camera is engineered to augment the experience of taking photos and it also embodies a culmination of many years of experience and feedback from photographers in the field, and the studios. It would have been really nice if the added video feature will be included but perhaps this camera is seriously and solely for pure photography, hence, it’s not recommended and not practical for most people. But for someone who is really into photography, the money spent for this camera will be worth it, judging from its design and performance.

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