The Nikon Df is a relatively small, light, 16MP, full frame DSLR, with mechanical dials for shutter speed, ISO, exposure compensation, and exposure and release modes.
The Nikon Df’s full frame CMOS sensor, as used in the Nikon D4, has an ISO range of 100-12800 (expandable from 50 to 204800), approximately 5.5 frames per second, and compatible with the full range of Nikon lenses, including non-AI lenses. It’s also compatible with the SDXC UHS-I standard memory card and the Eye-Fi card. The body measures approximately 143.5 X 110 X 66.5mm (W X H X D) and weighs about 710gm.
The special edition Nikkor AF-S 50mm f/1.8G lens has been specifically designed to match the Nikon Df. The lens has a leather-tone exterior finish and a silver aluminum ring. Knurling patterns used in manual-focus lenses has been adopted for the focus ring.
The Nikon Df is has a 39-point Autofocus (AF) system. Users can select single point AF, dynamic AF, 3D tracking or auto-area AF for subjects moving throug the frame. The 39-point AF system is compatible with an aperture value of up to f/8.
The Nikon Df is expected to be available 28 November 2013.