Nikon Df II (Mirrorless design,Main Feature, Spech ,Nikon F-mount) 2017

Nikon Df II (Mirrorless design,Main Feature, Spech ,Nikon F-mount) 2017

Everyone got very excited about the Df when it was announced, but its high price and relatively low pixel count in comparison with the D810 made it something of a luxury purchase. The traditional-style controls also aren’t as well implemented as on Fuji’s X-T1, which was launched around the same time.

It’s possible that the Df II will ‘just’ correct the handling issues of the Df and have a higher resolution sensor – maybe even using the D5’s 20MP sensor. However, it’s no secret that Nikon has lost market share to Sony and its Alpha 7-series of full-frame retro-styled compact system cameras, and the company needs to stage a comeback.

Rumors have been circulating for a while that Nikon has a full-frame mirrorless model on the way, and the Df design could provide an ideal starting point – albeit with a few significant modifications, like the removal of the mirror and the introduction of an electronic viewfinder.

Whether we’ll see it break cover in 2016 is less likely. With 2017 Nikon’s centenary year, we could see Nikon hold off until then.

Main Features and Specifications:

Sensor: 45 MP FX
Sensor Size: 36.0 x 23.9mm
Resolution: 4928 x 3280
DX Resolution: 3200 x 2128
Native ISO Sensitivity: 100-12,800
Boost Low ISO Sensitivity: 50
Boost High ISO Sensitivity: 25,600-204,800
Processor: EXPEED 3
Metering System: 3D Color Matrix Meter II
Dust Reduction: Yes

Nikon sent me a Df to test out and I wanted to share my impressions of the camera after a ten hour wedding day. Please excuse the lousy iPhone 5s camera work, haha!!!
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