Nikon has today officially revealed their latest “retro” DSLR, dubbed the Nikon Df it is a new full-frame mirrorless camera that features a glass pentaprism viewfinder with a 100 percent field of view that is similar to that of the rest of the Nikon FX range.

The camera also features a 16 megapixel sensor, and the Expeed 3 processing engine, with the same weather-sealing as in the D800 and the same 39-point system as featured in the D610.

There’s also a new dial-based control, with ISO, shutter speed, exposure and shooting modes available to adjust via the dials. The Nikon Df will also be compatible with the new F-mount lenses as well as the older Nikkor lenses, and features a 5.5fps burst mode with a shutter mechanism capable of 150,000 shutter cycles, 2,016 pixel metering sensor and a N-EL14a li-ion battery now capable of 1,400 shots per charge.

The Nikon Df will be available from November 28th in both black and silver, available only with the new special edition 50mm f/1.8 G Nikkor lens that will be priced at £2750 for the pack.

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