Nikon has been teasing us with their “Pure Photography” videos, but now we have a full look at Nikon’s first retro full-frame camera. The first photos of the camera hit the web earlier today via Nikon Rumors. A few hours later, Amazon accidentally published their product page for the camera with the official announcement will be made later tonight.
What we learned from the Amazon posting is the Nikon DF and 50mm f/1.8 kit will cost $2,996.95 while the body only is priced at $2,746.96. The camera is available in silver and black. According to the specs, it will have a 16.2MP CMOS FX sensor, be released with a special edition 50mm f1.8 lens, house an EXPEED 3 imaging processor, boast ISO 100-12,800, have WiFi capability, and more. The release date is Thursday, November 28, 2013.
You can check out more images of the camera and a screen shot of the Amazon posting in the gallery below.