Still digital

Though it looks almost completely analog from the front, it still has a couple of programmable buttons. Read editors' take
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Right side

The two buttons to the right of the lens mount are an AF/MF switch and a bracketing button. Read editors' take
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Non-AI lens support

In the Df, the lever on the top right of the lens mount (facing you) collapses, which allows you to attach pre-1977 lenses without jumping through hoops. Read editors' take
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Dial frenzy

On the left side are ISO and exposure compensation dials, while on the right you've got shutter speed (including the ability to control speed in 1/3 steps via other controls) with a drive mode switch and a PSAM switch. All the dials lock independently, which is nice. There's also a tiny status LCD. Read editors' take
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Digital in back

The back has the usual Nikon layout, including round viewfinder and manual metering switch. Read editors' take
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Bottom card slot

The placement of the SD slot in the battery compartment is a bit disappointing, but Nikon claims there's plenty of clearance to open the compartment while mounted on a tripod. Read editors' take
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