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    Hello, here are the Nikon Df sample photos in different settings. Sorry that it's in japanese but you'll be able to understand by the setting information. Enjoy.

    Watch Impress - Nikon Df
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    Thanks for that.
    I just had the Df in my hands, nice body, surprisingly lite, nice shutter sound and perfectly acceptable screen (same as D800?). The grip is just a bit short for my hand...

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    Just played around with it as well…. may change my opinion on this camera……

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    JUST brought one home...


    Retro looked awful in pics...actually not bad in the flesh.

    But a D4 sensor in a smaller DSLR with a almost decent optical VF....

    Loved the D3, D3s, Canon 1DX but I am very pleased to have a smaller form with a big chip.

    My Epson 4900 bit the dust...due to neglect/Texas summer. Will not replace it but will be doing more books and web based photos...16 big fat pixels will work.

    Biggest complaint is the marginal battery...in the charger now....new to Nikon of course so when I can find them I will buy a bunch...1100MA what were they thinking.


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    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    JUST brought one home...


    Retro looked awful in pics...actually not bad in the flesh.

    But a D4 sensor in a smaller DSLR with a almost decent optical VF....

    Loved the D3, D3s, Canon 1DX but I am very pleased to have a smaller form with a big chip.

    My Epson 4900 bit the dust...due to neglect/Texas summer. Will not replace it but will be doing more books and web based photos...16 big fat pixels will work.

    Biggest complaint is the marginal battery...in the charger now....new to Nikon of course so when I can find them I will buy a bunch...1100MA what were they thinking.


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    New electronics is supposed to increase the captures per charge over the larger battery in the D7000/d600/d800. So small battery with lighter weight and yet more captures . Who knows if it will deliver that ?

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    Hope you are right..I ordered another 4 batteries off the bat...they are so small...definitely smaller than a can of Tri-X.


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    Re: Nikon Df

    I picked mine up today too. I originally ordered the silver body but I swapped to the black once I had a chance to look closely at it. The finish of the black cameras seemed a lot better overall and the chrome controls/silver finish didn't gel with me but work better with the black finish I think.

    Reading the manual now... Charging the battery later and hopefully give it a work out at the weekend.
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    Re: Nikon Df

    I can't wait to hear what you guys think

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    Fit and finish seems a lot nicer than the regular robust plastic/magnesium bodies. I would agree with Bob that it looks and feels a LOT better in the flesh than the pictures would lead you to believe.

    I know already that my D600 will spending even more time on the shelf or may end up being sold off now. The D800 is a better complement and I'm so pleased that Nikon have not tied the multi-selector to the retouch functions as they did with the D600/610 and other prosumer bodies. That alone makes this the Nikon body I will use a lot more now.

    Balance works for me. I have reasonably large hands and so my little finger curls under the body and the grip is adequate although I still prefer the grooved D body grips better.

    The only control that seems a bit under sized and lacking feel is the battery/SD card flap release. It's not bad per se but just a bit tiny compared to what I'm used to with film bodies.

    Overall the controls seem very nicely firm and weighted for me. Some my find them a little stiff and I don't know if they'll loosen over time but I suspect not. There seem to be some robust bearings under the controls that help with that very positive feel of the rotating controls. I like that.
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    Re: Nikon Df

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    The only control that seems a bit under sized and lacking feel is the battery/SD card flap release. It's not bad per se but just a bit tiny compared to what I'm used to with film bodies.
    Personally, I hardly ever change SD cards on my film bodies...

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    well yes, perhaps I should have made the comparison to a baseplate release as on a Leica or other bottom plate cameras.
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    I must admit though, that two of my film cameras, the GX680 III and the F6, can record EXIF data on the film. With the F6, it's even possible to download it to a CF card with an external card reader. If it had been launched today, I'm sure it would have featured an SD slot
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    its sounding good! And some Pictures soon would be nice, and maybe compared to a D600/610...could be very nice (also in 50% and 100%?)...only if it should come that way ..and just to have a look of the quality-difference feeling
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    Nikon Df

    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post

    Hope you are right..I ordered another 4 batteries off the bat...they are so small...definitely smaller than a can of Tri-X.

    Bob

    it is said to take ~ 1400 captures per charge, so maybe you can do with just one spare battery, just a thought ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    it is said to take ~ 1400 captures per charge, so maybe you can do with just one spare battery, just a thought ?
    And my car is supposed to get 25MPG....

    I have a strong distrust of numbers that are used to sell a camera but will be very pleased if this is the case. Still like to have a number of batteries available if I am away from the grid.

    As I do not chimp much with these cameras due to the optical VF it may be good for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    ...some Pictures soon would be nice...


    Well I have been away from Nikon for a while so no comparisons here but I did get a few pictures this morning.


    All RAW into Capture NX2 saved as TIF then roundabout LR/PS for final look and conversion to JPG.

    Nikon Df 50 F1.8 Kit Lens


    Mother and Calf






    Rail Bridge






    Warehouse and Hay Bales





    Thanks,


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    Nikon Df 50 F1.8 Kit Lens


    Train and Distant Silos







    Tree and Grain Silos





    Rail Tie





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    Nikon Df Sigma 18-35 F1.8


    Steam Engine Wheels





    Nikon Df 50 F1.8 Kit Lens


    Wheel and Springs






    Rail Car Wheels in Reserve





    Thanks,

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    Last couple in red....


    Nikon Df 50 F1.8 Kit Lens


    Rail Sign in Red






    Wreath on Caboose




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    Looks good to me…. thnx!

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    Awesome images Bob, thanks for sharing them -- I may have to do a second think on this body!
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    ^^^ that sensor and lens combination looks absolutely beautiful ^^^

    ... and you have use it well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Awesome images Bob, thanks for sharing them --
    Thanks all for the likes!

    Much about this camera works for me....even if it were in a brown bag...retro metro and all that.

    Analog dials for much of what we need...all locked so unlikely to get bumped.

    Truth is I was going to get another Canon 1DX as I do prefer large optical VF and large chip cameras...the store had a Df kit and I realized that a D4 chip in a small body really is pretty amazing. All of the above shots were low ISO files but they are very malleable.

    I was able to pull up the blacks to a huge extent without much loss in IQ...first time out I was playing it fairly conservative...not wanting to blow the highlights.
    I believe the only RAW game at the moment is NX2 and it almost gives too much saturation in the color for my preference...I found myself using negative numbers initially then decided to let it run.

    The major hurdle will be learning to balance skin tone colors....almost everything I shot today was very close to what I saw color-wise, however it was a cold overcast low-contrast morning.

    And I have to say that NX2 is much improved from my D3(s) days.

    I may pick up another camera in the next year...seems like whenever Nikon gets something right they end up changing or discontinuing it.

    Now for glass...50 1.2 all the ZF.2s I let go...

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    Lovely images, indeed. I'm renting a body next week to check it out, and I'm even more anxious to get my hands on it than I was yesterday.

    Thanks for posting these.

    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    Last couple in red....


    Nikon Df 50 F1.8 Kit Lens


    Rail Sign in Red






    Wreath on Caboose




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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Awesome images Bob, thanks for sharing them -- I may have to do a second think on this body!
    You really need to put this in your hands to gauge whether you like it or not. The D4 sensor is a light sink, rather like the D3s was. It seems to be flexible enough to shoot anywhere anytime.

    In one day I've already decided to trade my D600 for some "new" old glass. At the end of the day it's glass that matters.

    Btw, those that are concerned about the manual dials. Don't be, you can drive this camera just like any other digital Nikon if that's your preference.

    Put the camera on quiet mode and shoot with some Ai/AIS glass and you'll get a hint of the enjoyable shooting experience with this camera too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    Nikon Df Sigma 18-35 F1.8


    Steam Engine Wheels





    Nikon Df 50 F1.8 Kit Lens


    Wheel and Springs






    Rail Car Wheels in Reserve





    Thanks,

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    Words that comes in ones mind: very well-balanced color-tones, modest (as the opposite to alarming), rich, smooth in a pleasent way (good for the eye), yet sufficient powerful, well-balanced rendering all in all

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    it seems to deliver smooth and delicious rendering, also under difficult circumstances!
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    A few more with the Df


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    Nikon Df ZF.2 50 F2


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    Shades of Orange


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    Rail Car Lettering





    Rail Bridge and Graffiti




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    colortones that are calm liquid for the soul!
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    My Df arrived today but I am traveling so no testing yet . I have a D4 so I know what to expect from the files . Most important to understand that Bob is using NX2 to do his raw conversions . My tests showed that NX2 produced the most accurate and pleasing color (including skin tones ) without much effort ....but the workflow when using LR was complex .

    Nx2 produces a very natural look which by comparison to LR/PS is desaturated . It also produces better micro contrast which can be seen in the color tone separation .

    Very nice set of photographs thanks for posting .
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    I picked up a Df specifically for it's low light capability. So of course I'm driving early this morning and noticed this black-crowned night heron at the edge of a marsh. Pulled over, made some quick adjustments and took this image with the 58/1.4g. Straight out of camera. Will try full rez file to see if it works.

    f/2.5, 1/200, iso 100.

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    Is anyone using a Df primarily with manual focus Nikkor lenses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by glenerrolrd View Post
    My Df arrived today but I am traveling so no testing yet . I have a D4 so I know what to expect from the files . Most important to understand that Bob is using NX2 to do his raw conversions . My tests showed that NX2 produced the most accurate and pleasing color (including skin tones ) without much effort ....but the workflow when using LR was complex .

    Nx2 produces a very natural look which by comparison to LR/PS is desaturated . It also produces better micro contrast which can be seen in the color tone separation .

    Very nice set of photographs thanks for posting .
    has anyone tried in C1 ?
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    Bob, Thanks for the posts. Really nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    has anyone tried in C1 ?
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    +1 -- would really like to see this too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    Is anyone using a Df primarily with manual focus Nikkor lenses?

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    This is what I'm waiting for too.

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    those images look very good. great color and tones. If I was still into Nikon I would jump on a DF immediately. Having such a great flexible sensor in a small camera with a nice and simple user interface…very nice IMO.

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    Crap. My local shop has them in stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Crap. My local shop has them in stock.
    Gear slut whore you know your going to buy one. Just get it over with
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    Black or silver, decisions, decisions… Does anybody know if the black one is brass underneath?
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    Black!

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    Blacks for Pros dude. Lets get that straight. LOL
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    Silver looks interesting from a retro look perspective but I think you'll prefer the quality of the black version better when you see it in the flesh. It just seems better finished overall.

    Oh and as Guy says, black is for pros
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    I think Jack went shopping. LOL
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    Re: Nikon Df

    Does the DF have a focus confirmation aid when manually focusing -- including when using older Nikkor manual focus only lenses?
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    Re: Nikon Df

    Even after reading all the bad press etc. I got one just because of it's using the D4 sensor. Turns out that it's easily the favorite (right now ) of my many cameras including the Mark 3 and the 800E. I love the ergonomics of using the wheels instead of the menus,but most of all I can shoot at stupidly high ISO and still get great quality.
    Most amazing is that the black and white shots come out as well as they do.
    The kit lens is a keeper too.
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    when Jack comes back from shopping, he just has to do some in C1, to see if they can stand up against the NX2-ones
    but if anyone got both a D610 and a Df, a comparison would be appriciated (just to covince my wallet that I certainly don't need a Df.. )
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