Samsung In Development Of Full-Frame HD Camera That Could Rival Nikon DF

<Nikon D5300 Black Friday Dealp>Samsung is in the development of a possible rival to the recently released Nikon DF.

According to Product Reviews, Samsung is making its way into the Canon-Nikon rivalry not because of its cameras selection, but its money and intentions. Although Samsung doesn't have a huge DSLR selection, but they could be a big competitor if they release a full-frame camera that has been due for release in early 2014 called the NXF1.

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The NXF1 is reported to be a rival of the Nikon DF in style as well. As previously reported, reports that the camera is all digital, where the full-frame sensor and 39-AF system as well as modern internal features mesh nicely with its 'fully manual' pretensions. Modern meets old. However, it is well-known that it does not feature any video - maybe that's too modern for this camera. The only other DSLR to not shoot video is the Sigma SD1 Merrill. However, engineers said that it's meant for "pure photography," keeping the camera true to its description.

Nikon has just released the DF camera, which is the company's version of a retro camera that has made waves of anticipation with its series of teaser videos in "Pure Photography" Although the specs aren't that fantastic, it will definitely attract a certain "passionate photographer."

Nikon lists that it has 16.2MP with a 36.0mm x 23.9 mm sensor, FX format, 5.5 fps, ISO 100-12,800 sensitivity, a 3.2" diagonal monitor, SD storage, and it weighs only 25 oz.

Nikon's version of a retro camera has making waves of anticipation with its series of teaser videos in "Pure Photography" where the camera maker has decided to amp up the whole "retro" aspect by having a full-frame supporting pre-AI lenses, but no video. Although the specs aren't that fantastic, it will definitely attract a certain "passionate photographer."

As previously reported, Nikon is rumored to be producing a retro-style DSLR, which appears in a new "Pure Photography" ad campaign, where a sneak peak of the camera may be seen.


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