Nikon Df 16.2 MP CMOS FX-Format Digital SLR Camera (Black)
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- 16.2 megapixels image sensor paired with EXPEED 3 image processing
- Nikon's thinnest, lightest FX-format D-SLR
- Dedicated mechanical dials for shutter speed, ISO sensitivity, exposure compensation, exposure mode and release mode
- 39-point autofocus system with 9 highly accurate cross-type sensors
- Compatible with all current AF-S, AF-D and AF NIKKOR lenses
- Nikon 1527 Df Digital SLR Body, EN-EL14a rechargeable Li-ion battery, MH-24 battery charger, AN-DC9 strap, UC-E6 USB cable, String for eyepiece cap, ViewNX 2 CD, User Manual, Warranty Card, 4GB Card
- 2 years Nikon india warranty
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Reignite your passion for photography with this thrilling blend of classic and modern. On the outside, it's classic Nikon—our thinnest, lightest FX-format body with an elegant mechanical operation system inspired by the legendary F, F3 and FM/FE series film cameras. On the inside, it's flagship Nikon D-SLR—the advanced 16.2-MP FX-format image sensor and EXPEED 3 processing engine from the D4, our ultra-fast 39-point AF system, an ultra-high resolution LCD display and even Wi-Fi® photo sharing (with optional adapter). Embrace a more personal shooting style that results in some of your most inspiring photos yet. Product photo of the Nikon Df D-SLR Rediscover the joy of photography. As digital camera technology has evolved, so has the way we control our cameras. Mechanical dials have given way to buttons, menu systems and LCD displays. But what if we could blend the elegant, simplistic control and styling of classic Nikon film cameras like the F, F3 and FM/FE series with the advanced technology of Nikon's exceptional new D-SLRs? Enter the Nikon Df, a thrilling FX-format D-SLR with a unique mechanical operation system and classic styling along with Nikon's flagship digital camera technology. A perfect blend of classic and modern, the Nikon Df offers a more personal shooting style that will inspire a new relationship with your camera—one you may have known and lost over the years—and reawaken your joy for taking photos.
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Since I have gotten this camera, I have not even attached a flash. Flash has just not been needed, even with all of the indoor shots that I do. Post process is a little more difficult since I do not have consistent lighting (especially since last month was December and colored Christmas lights do interfere more than I expected). But still worth the extra time required in post, plus I found that having blues, reds and greens in a shot make for some interesting shots.
Auto white balance is better than any of my previous cameras. Supposedly there are 2 auto white balance settings, but I have not read the manual deeply enough to find the second setting. It is a little warm for Daylight and Cloudy conditions, but tolerable to leave it as is when in post. Auto White Balance does have issues with Incandescent (WAY too warm) and Florescent (not consistent, but may be due to mixed lighting conditions).
Some of the control knobs are not the way that I would have designed them, but still usable if not needing to make adjustments on the fly. On several occasions I have used the incorrect indicator for setting ISO. The decreased light (compared to my other cameras) in the view finder was supposed to help with manual focus, but I do not think was a good feature especially since manual focus in low light is now more difficult since I cannot see it. I did not have plans on using Live View much since it was a feature that I rarely used in the past, but the ease of access to Live View along with the horizon line, I now use it at least 5-10% of the time.
The autofocus area does not reach to the 1/3 points in the frame, which I find odd since that is where I put my points of interest for a photo. Live view does not have this limitation as far as I tell.
Before I purchased, I read several reviews saying that it was not feasible to use heavier lenses with the Df. I found that using my F2.8 28-70mm or my f2.8 70-200mm was not as bad as the reviewers stated. I do miss the extended battery pack for stability.
Overall this is the best camera that I have ever had (previous cameras, D100, D200, D300, Nikon 1 V2).
I think this camera is the opposite. It feels not great in hand. It feels kind of cheap, empty, and plasticy- like a really hard, plastic. The top and bottom metal plates just feel weird with such cheap plastic sandwiched between them. I bought a third paty grip for it though and it's made such a difference ergonomically! It really feels like a much better camera and much more solid with the grip which adds a bit of weight to it.
The images it makes are AMAZING. The colors are perfect and the photos have the kind of depth and pop that you rarely see outside of film. It's the first digital camera I've used where I was as happy with the image quality as I was with film. I've only used the x100s, Xpro2, d750, d810, and a Canon EOS 5d m3, but these images beat those hands down imo. Those other cameras all great, but they only really take pictures. This camera makes something else. It adds a little bit of magic to the camera. The images have a bit more pop, a bit more life. I feel like the standard j-pegs look a lot like Portra 400, which is one of my favorite color films. I've also seen them resemble Kodachrome when taken with lenses much better than my own!
At first I wasn't sure if I was going to keep it because of how it feels, but I've really fallen for shooting with this camera. I would definitely recommend the third part grip though. I also wouldn't worry about having "only" 16mp. I've blown some of these photos up plenty big. Megapixels aren't the only to poster sized prints if that's what you really want to do.