The long torturous wait is over. You can now get your hands on the Nikon Df.
If you’re having trouble recalling how fantastic the Nikon Df is, let us jog your memory real quick. The petite full-frame camera packs a 16.2-megapixel CMOS sensor into a 710g body. Wrapped in sleek leatherette and metal, the portable shooter is powered by an incredibly quick EXPEED 3 image-processing engine to not miss any target that comes within its 39-point autofocus system.
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Available in either black or silver, the Nikon Df is available at S$3699 (body only) or S$3999 (body and AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G lens). If you’d like more time to pool your full-frame fund together, the lens is also available on its own at S$399.
Note of caution: To prevent disappointment, you might want to check with your preferred retailer for stock availability before making a trip down. That said, act fast, or wait till the weekend to make your rounds.
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