I have seen some conflicting information on the web, some sites saying that the Nikon Df is discontinued (as of 2016), and others saying no. Is it discontinued or not?

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because we've decided that speculative questions like this aren't a good fit for the site. Plus, this is an inherently transient question. One could simply answer "Yes. (If this answer is not yet true, please wait a bit.)" – mattdm Jul 20 '17 at 23:27
  • @mattdm I changed it to have a specific time. There is nothing "speculative" about it. Either it is discontinued or not as of 2016. – Clickety Ricket Jul 21 '17 at 0:04
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    While the edit does make it specific to a time, @mattdm's point stands. Do we need a "Is the Df discontinued (as of 2017)?" question, and one for 2018, etc.? The nature of the question is such, that at some point, the camera will be discontinued, and the question will need to be edited to make it "permanent" or "timely", thus invalidating the one answer. Stack Exchange isn't really suited to cataloging or maintaining this type of data. – scottbb Jul 21 '17 at 1:10
  • It is speculative at this point in time. – mattdm Jul 21 '17 at 1:29
  • @mattdm not according to Philip Kendall. He thinks it is definitely still a distributed product, just limited production. I am actually planning to accept his answer, if no better answer appears. – Clickety Ricket Jul 21 '17 at 2:08

No. Nikon's European site still lists the Df on their list of SLR cameras and the Df page itself says:

Available at selected retailers

If you're asking us to speculate whether Nikon have made an internal decision to discontinue the Df which hasn't been made public, that's not something Stack Exchange is the right place to be asking.

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