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Even though this Nikon looks like a camera you would have found digging around in a hipster-laden flee market, it’s actually the company’s latest release cloaked in beautiful retro styling. The Nikon Df sports the same sensor as its pricier brother, the D4, and is the lightest full-frame Nikon on the market (or soon to be on the market). The 16.2-megapixel beauty sports a 39-point AF system, an EXPEED 3 processor, and is not only compatible with current Nikon SLR lenses, but also some that date back into the 50’s if you seriously want to go retro. It sounds tremendous and looks just as impressive. If you’re in the market for a camera in the Nikon Df’s price range, it’s worth a look later this month.

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