Still digital

Though it looks almost completely analog from the front, it still has a couple of programmable buttons. Read editors' take
Updated:
Photo by: Nikon / Caption by:
Pricing is currently unavailable.

Right side

The two buttons to the right of the lens mount are an AF/MF switch and a bracketing button. Read editors' take
Updated:
Photo by: Nikon / Caption by:
Pricing is currently unavailable.

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
Updated:
Photo by: Nikon / Caption by:
Pricing is currently unavailable.

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
Updated:
Photo by: Nikon / Caption by:
Pricing is currently unavailable.

Digital in back

The back has the usual Nikon layout, including round viewfinder and manual metering switch. Read editors' take
Updated:
Photo by: Nikon / Caption by:
Pricing is currently unavailable.

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
Updated:
Photo by: Nikon / Caption by:
Pricing is currently unavailable.
Hot Galleries

CNET's Tech Minute

Top 3 news reading apps

With the latest tech, getting news delivered to your phone is easier than ever. Here's a roundup of apps that are customizable and useful for getting the news.

Hot Products