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Feature-filled smaller DSLR from Nikon

Dubai, November 14, 2013

Nikon has announced the release of its Df, a light and smaller-size full frame D-SLR camera.

The new camera is equipped with mechanical dials for setting shutter speed, ISO sensitivity, exposure compensation, exposure mode and release mode independently to bring users the ultimate in flexibility and control, the company said..

The Df features world-class Nikon imaging technology, including a 16.2-megapixel full frame CMOS sensor and the Expeed 3 image processing engine, with an ISO range of 100-12800 (expandable from 50 to 204800), to deliver exceptional images. The compact design, coupled with the full frame sensor, makes it the perfect fit for photographers seeking portability without compromising on image quality, it said.
 
"The new Nikon Df seamlessly combines the best features of Nikon's milestone cameras and our cutting-edge imaging technology in a compact form factor. The camera's iconic design, the attention to details on ultimate usability, and its advanced imaging capabilities place it at the forefront of Nikon's innovation," said Uemura Kimito, general manager, International Marketing Division, Nikon Singapore.
 
Designed to offer a distinctive look for photographers, the Df is packed with the ultimate in Nikon's imaging technology. The camera features a shutter release mode that enables users to capture a high-speed continuous stream of images at approximately 5.5 frames per second. In addition, as the first Nikon digital SLR camera equipped with a collapsible metering coupling lever, the Df allows photographers to make use of the full range of Nikon lenses, including non-AI lenses. The camera is also compatible with the SDXC and UHS-I standard memory cards, as well as the Eye-Fi cards.  - TradeArabia News Service




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