Digital Suicide: How feels the shutter button? Can you clearly feel two steps on pressing it down gently? Coz on my RX100 mk1 shutter button is very unresponsive, practically I cannot feel the point between focus lock and shutter release.
How feels the shutter button? Can you clearly feel two steps on pressing it down gently? Coz on my RX100 mk1 shutter button is very unresponsive, practically I cannot feel the point between focus lock and shutter release.
It's all about the money, wright? I don't think 25-35K will suit them. Well, not for long. These pictures should be showed to the world for free as a consequence of war, which today is colled just a "conflict"
Man, this camera really must give a lot attendance (click ratio) for the DPR site. No mentioning 2.2K + comments. Advertising department must be very pleased with that.I think that's why we see it's review pages as a separate news everyday...
BPD7: I hope Auto ISO allows shutter speed greater than 1/30
Very very reasonable concern indeed.Hope so too.
24mm and ND filter... yayBye bye MK1, hello MK3
The first thing Nokiasoft should fix is the image colors in 1020. They are way oversaturated and are ok only for Ken Rockwell perhaps...
What do you mean by putting "can" word in the cons list?
Me too have RX100, and It's fantastic compact camera. But one thing really annoys me, like other Sony cameras, that ir chooses too slow shutter speeds by default. Choosing speeds manually is not convenient - it's just a compact. Seriously 1/60 sec in daylight kills me...
All photography gear sites should ignore pointless cameras like this.
Looking a this crap, I wonder how luxuriuos must be working conditions in the Nikon's marketing department...
Ok, now put all of your hate here and don't forget to press 1 up for your comment.
By the way, thanks DPR for great review of great camera.
AbrasiveReducer: I understand raw capability should made it more attractive to serious users. But wouldn't a serious raw user conclude that to get better quality, one needs to use a camera to take pictures?
I agree with AbrasiveReducer. RAW on the phone is just a marketing. This trick works especially on those, who doesn't know what is RAW.
Fuji guys, stop toying around.Just install a lens mount on the next gen X100SS.
It's just way too big. That repels many potential buyers, I think. Else is great.
It's true, that SONY made cameras to choose the slowest shutter speeds as posible. I see it in my RX-100 too. Sometimes it's so slow, that IS doesn't help. It does annoys me and makes me use shutter priority instead of aperture priority.
All looks good, the only thing phone itself is too big. I wish Nokia would come up with something smaller (like 925) and the same 20 Mp camera. Don't offer me 1020, I don't like it for its bulkyness as well.
Fred Mueller: Nikon did not have the courage to make a really retro FF digital camera ...
That camera would have been much simpler, might not have even needed a menu system - certainly not just "same old, same old" non-tabbed "list", and would have had an incredible optical viewfinder with focus screen options ... and like Nikons of old, it would index the max f-stop of the lenses (manual) when mounted (that is what "AI" means - auto indexing) ... and would have been kitted with the still in catalog 50mm 1.4 AI-s.
The Df = big engine/no shocks/shifter on the column
(yes I had a good/handle look at my LCS)
All you have said means - inovation. When did Nikon implemented something last time? Hmmm...Df is nothing but old parts from nikons warehouse. Except maybe body. But wait, it's the same D600 body, only they skiped smoothing when making it.
_Federico_: I can accept a plastic body even for a camera which should be a digital FM, I can accept a bad, non interchangeable, focusing screen, I can accept to pay for it 3200 € ( in Italy) I can even accept, for this price, 1\4000 sec and exposure meter and shutter from an economic D600. I can accept a bad ergonomics and a single SD memory slot. But I can't accept all these factors AND a really bad AF system such like this one ( yes, I've owned a D600 and I was forced to sell it because it doesn't work with moving subjects and low light environment…too unreliable )
Well there are plenty cameras with good AF systems. If I'd have too much money, I wouldn't care about how fast and reliable AF is in Df, because most of the time I'd use my old MF lenses.So, no split F screen is bigger problem than crappy AF.
Aleo Veuliah: This is a camera that I don't need any review to buy it. The look and the specs are enough for me to buy it without doubts.
Extremely Well Done Nikon.
So why you're here? :)