Nikon Reduce Price Of Df Full-Frame Retro DSLR

Nikon have dropped the price of the Df retro full-frame SLR camera on their website.

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Nikon has reduced the price of their Df retro-styled full-frame DSLR camera. The Nikon Df, available in silver or black, now has a price tag of £1599 (body only), reduced from £2339. The 16.2-megapixel FX-format full-frame CMOS sensor that the camera features is the same as that found in the Nikon D4


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Nikon say the Df is portable for a full-frame model, features an iconic design and has phenomenal low-light performance.

It's certainly an elegant looking camera. We reviewed it back in 2013 and praised it for its excellent image quality. It's one for the purists, as it doesn't feature a video mode, so if this isn't an issue, the new price tag makes it great value for a camera of its caliber. 

Find out more about the Nikon Df    Buy a Nikon Df 

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Photographs taken using the Nikon Df

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That may be the most beautiful top view of a camera I have ever seen. If I were richer and not locked into Micro 4/3 I would be seriously thinking of buying one.

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