Nikon Df size comparison
When the Nikon Df was announced, I wrote that it was a trimmed down retro version of Nikon’s other full frame offerings. I decided to use the nifty camerasize tool to see just how small the Nikon Df is compared to other popular interchangeable lens cameras.
It turns out that it’s not small at all. It’s actually quite big. Sure, the Df is smaller than its full frame siblings like the D610, but just by a hair. And it’s substantially larger than Sony’s new full frame mirrorless A7/A7r cameras. The Df is also larger than popular enthusiast cameras such as the Canon 70D and the Olympus OM-D E-M1, the current king of micro four thirds. The Nikon Df also dwarfs popular entry level consumer DSLR’s such as the Nikon D3200 and the Canon Rebel SL1/EOS 100D. When compared to more trimmed down consumer oriented mirrorless offerings such as Sony’s NEX 3N and the Panasonic Lumix GM1, The Nikon Df is a downright giant. The Df is of course a different kind of camera than most others in this line-up, especially the last two, but the comparison still gives a pretty good idea of just how small, or big, the Nikon Df actually is.