DxOMark just unveiled their measurements of the all-new Nikon Df. With a total overall score of 89, it matches the Nikon D4 reviewed here but it a relatively-speaking more compact body. Interestingly, the Df manages the highest low-light score ever on DxOMark at a 3279, besting the D3S.
The retro-styled full-frame DSLR offers a 16 megapixels sensor with a native ISO range of 100 – 12800, expandable to 50 – 204800 which only the D4 can match. With a retail price of $2750, the Df makes extreme low-light photography more affordable than ever.
Nikon designed a Special Edition AF-S 50mm F/1.8G lens which is sold bundled with a Nikon Df and is immediately available at B&H Photo, currently for $2997 which is a great deal if you need a normal full-frame lens. The Nikon Df alone will be available very shortly and both B&H Photo and Adorama are already taking preorders for it.