(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Nikon on Monday unveiled its new Nikon Df camera, a D-SLR device that the company says offers “legendary performance and timeless design,” according to a press release.
Specific features of the camera include a 2016-Piel 3D Matrix Metering and Scene Recognition System, a 3.2-inch LCD display and a Glass Pentaprism Viewfinder.
With the Nikon, Df you can capture 5.5 frames/per second, a report and product overview from The Verge’s David Pierce noted on Tuesday.
“The design is unwavering, and the features are the latest in Nikon imaging technology. The Df brings together the best of yesterday and today for advanced full frame photographers,” stated Nikon Director of Marketing and Planning Masahiro Horie via the company news release.
The product itself is set to hit sometime later this month for $2,999.95 with both body and lens included.