The Philosophy of Nikon Df

Started Jan 5, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Re: You don't have to use the manual controls.
In reply to Shotcents, Jan 8, 2014

Shotcents wrote:

Matt wrote:

brightcolours wrote:

sandy b wrote:

For the most part with two control wheels, you can use it like any other Nikon.

But the only point of the camera is the old dials. Not high resolution (D800), not sports performance (D4), not affordability (D610).

not really!

The other point is the un ergonomic shape

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Canon EOS 400D
Sigma 24-70 HF
Canon 50 f1.8

And you've used you Df for how long exactly?

My Df has relegated by D800 is stand-by usage only, as the Df is just a lot easier to handle, smaller, lighter with incredible IQ and low light ability.


I dont think I need a "look at me, I must be a great photographer with all that retro crap" camera. Thank you very much

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Canon EOS 400D
Sigma 24-70 HF
Canon 50 f1.8

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