After the Pure Photography teaser videos fully played out, Nikon has officially take wraps off of the new Nikon Df, which is a straight-up still photography camera packing the D4′s 16.2MP FX format sensor.
Along with the new Df, Nikon has also launched the new AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G Special Edition lens. The Nikon Df retails for $2749.95 for the body only and $2999.95 for the Nikon Df and new 50mm f/1.8G Special Edition lens.
The Nikon Df is available for pre-order at the following links: [click to continue…]
Nikon released its “Pure Photography” #6 yesterday (embedded below), which really revealed nothing else about the camera. More importantly, however, are several clean images of the new Nikon Df camera that leaked out and show off all of the features, dials and buttons that have been teased for the past couple of weeks.
Check out the rest of the photos of the new Nikon Df below. [click to continue…]
The fourth Nikon ‘Pure Photography‘ teaser is out and, of course, there is just a little more of the camera revealed. Now, there’s further confirmation of the rumored retro design from the Nikon F3. As a refresher, the upcoming Nikon full frame camera is rumored to be called the Nikon DF and should arrive next week on November 5. [click to continue…]
Nikon continues its tease in epidsode 3 of its ‘Pure Photography‘ series featuring the upcoming retro, full frame stills camera, rumored to be called the Nikon DF. A little more of the camera is visible in this video, as you can see from the screenshots below. [click to continue…]
Nikon’s “Pure Photography” #2 teaser is out and truly embodies the definition of teaser. It gives us just slightly more than what we saw before of the upcoming retro-inspired full frame camera. Nikon Rumors reports the camera will be called the Nikon DF. Notable screenshots below. [click to continue…]
Nikon just dropped a new video that looks like it is teasing the upcoming retro-inspired full frame camera. As you can see and hear in the above video, the “Pure Photography” short shows a man wondering a bleak landscape with camera in hand. The distinctive clicks of the camera and the single frame in which the top of the camera just barely appears before the cut to a wider shot tease what’s coming in the next several days/weeks. [click to continue…]