Expected to hit the market soon (though it’s styling is decidedly retro) is a new DF camera from Nikon. The lightest and smallest FX-format DSLR to date, this camera is for a modern-day photo aficionado. Designed exclusively for photos, the Df boasts a 16.2-MP FX sensor, the Nikon D4‘s EXPEED 3 processing engine and a 39-point AF system along with a high-definition LCD display and photo-sharing capabilities via Wi-Fi connection for getting those images out to the masses instantaneously. For lens options, the DF packs an AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G Special Edition kit, featuring manual adjustment rings for that old-school look and feel. Set to be released on November 28 in both silver and black colorways, the Nikon Df will retail for a not-unreasonable $2,746 USD for the primary unit and $2,996 USD with the retro-inspired lens kit.