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The "D" in the name stands for "digital", while the "f" stands for "fusion", referring to the marriage of old and new. The Df is intended for those who want to produce "pure" photography. Despite its pretensions of being a fully manual camera, the Df also features front and rear electronic control dials in addition to the physical dials on the top-plate. Most notably, and unusual for a modern DSLR, the Df cannot shoot video. This is because the Nikon Df is intended to be a serious camera for people who want to produce "pure" photography. UK author Jon Sparks provides practical tips on how to get the best from this versatile camera, in this comprehensive step-by-step guide that includes a pullout quick reference card.
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