Same sensor and processor as professional D4.
Great image quality.
Arguably the best available light shooter in its class.
Handsome, retro styling.
Weather sealed design.
Big, clear full frame viewfinder.
Excellent battery life.
Excellent image quality, especially in good light.
Impressive high ISO performance.
Extensive external controls.
Above average dynamic range.
Solid feature set.
Bulky, yet handgrip is quite modest.
Some controls are clumsy.
Plastic body panels don't gel with retro aesthetic.
Autofocus isn't in the same league as image quality.
No AF assist lamp.
No movie capture.
No portrait grip.
Some external controls are difficult to use.
5.5 fps continuous shooting.
No video capture.
By The Verge on March 07, 2014
While it’s true that aesthetic considerations in photography are moving beyond the images produced and turning to the equipment with which they’re captured, the Nikon Df just isn’t pretty enough to justify its numerous shortcomings.64
By The Imaging Resource on March 02, 2014
The full-frame, FX-format Nikon Df takes the same great sensor and processor pairing of the professional Nikon D4, and places them in a retro-styled body that, while occasionally clumsy, is undeniably handsome. Unfortunately, its autofocus system...80
By 5FWD on February 24, 2014
We've got a retro-round up of cameras this week, but they're not as old as they look. In fact, Nikon's £1,654 DF is a full-frame, modern day 16.2-Megapixel snapper that shoots top-notch images to go with its classic styling - but can it...80
By PhotographyBLOG on February 17, 2014
The Nikon Df is a retro-styled full-frame DSLR camera that's inspired by Nikon's iconic 35mm film cameras. The Nikon Df has the same 16.2-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor and EXPEED 3 processor found in Nikon's professional flagship camera,...80
By DigitalCameraReview on February 11, 2014
With its retro, steam punk-like styling and multiple manual controls, the Nikon Df is one of those cameras that polarizes photographers. Not everyone is going to like or even feel comfortable with the camera's design and the need to depend on...80
By Expert Reviews on February 03, 2014
Top marks for style and image quality, but ergonomics could be better and autofocus performance really should...60
By Stuff.tv on January 25, 2014
The Nikon Df seems to achieve most of what it sets out to: it's suitably classic-looking without compromising too much on handling, it takes amazing photos, and it's taken a very clear aim at purist photo enthusiasts. We'd question the worth...80
By tech.uk.msn.com on January 24, 2014
It's a lovely camera that produces lovely pictures but it's hard to justify it financially over the more convenient and far cheaper Sony Alpha A7...-
By camerastuffreviewcom on January 16, 2014
It might sound weird to hear from us, but photography is more than megapixels. You also have noise and dynamic range. Just kidding. Photography is a hobby that we enjoy, both for the results and for the stuff that you're shooting. The eye wants...83
By DigitalVersus on January 14, 2014
Although generally lacking in innovation, the Nikon Df boasts an excellent build and finish, first-rate image quality, a pleasant optical viewfinder and good levels of responsiveness—all the essentials for a DSLR. However, anyone looking for more...80