The Nikon Df is a DSLR housed in the body of a traditional film SLR. More specifically its the sensor and processor of Nikon’s best DSLR, the D4, with the autofocus system of the new Nikon D610, in the body of a Nikon FE or FM/2 type camera. The Df has a beautifully designed tough-but-lightweight metal body, with dedicated ISO, Exposure compensation, Shutter speed, Mode (M, A, S, P) selection dials. The 16MP full frame CMOS sensor has proven to be an amazing image maker capable of extraordinary low-light performance, it is well matched here with the 39PT AF system found in the D610. The camera does not offer video, which will doubtfully upset many people considering a camera of this type.. It’s designed to be old-school, for photographers only, it even uses a traditional cable release! Still, it does have some useful mod-cons: Electronic level, 3.2” LCD, live view, PC-Sync, all the drive modes, 5 FPS, 12,800 ISO, 100% viewfinder coverage, Expeed 3 processor, and compatibility with Nikon’s WU-1a WiFi adapter. The other exciting news here is backward compatibility with pretty much any Nikon F mount lens, even unmodified pre AI lenses thanks to an aperture feeler that flips out of the way, a first for a Digital SLR. Time to dust off those old lenses!