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The New Nikon Df Packs Power and Character in a Light Body and Timeless Design

Alex Soh Photography

Nikon Singapore is pleased to announce the release of the Nikon Df – a light and smaller–size full frame D-SLR equipped with mechanical dials for setting shutter speed, ISO sensitivity, exposure compensation, exposure mode and release mode independently to bring users the ultimate in flexibility and control. This is the perfect fit for photographers seeking portability without compromising on image quality.

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The new Nikon Df combines the unique design of the Nikon SLRs with the precision of first-rate Nikon technology and a full frame sensor for a richer creative experience with redefined full manual controls. Key features include:

  • World-class Nikon imaging technology
  • 16.2-megapixel full frame CMOS sensor
  • EXPEED 3 image processing engine
  • ISO range of 100-12800 (expandable from 50 to 204800)

Pricing and availability will be advised at a later date. To view the products online, please refer to: http://www.nikon.com.sg.

Alex Soh

http://www.alexsohphotography.com

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About Adam Plowden Videography

Adam Plowden is a videographer and motion graphics artist from Surrey. He graduated with a 1st BSc. Hons in Television and Video Technology, after realizing his creative passion for media. Being a motivated opportunist, he’s had the pleasure of working with many companies and brands producing cinematic immersive videos and media, gaining industry experience, a vast skill set and recognition in the industry; recently winning an honorary membership to the IET and the Engineering Student Award from the IABM.

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