Of someone well known and usually do reviews of cameras and lenses, he use Nikon himself, hints that this camera is for Hipsters. Is it true?
Maybe someone must read this, even Mr. Kimio Maki
SONY SELLS 31% FEWER CAMERAS.Demand for Sony digital cameras shrunk 31% in the three months to 30 September, compared to the same quarter last year.
Lab D: I can't believe how small the thing is! Imagine carring it in one pocket with a couple pancake lenses in another. With the 20mm F/1.7 it would be a great P&S camera to compliment a different micro four thirds camera.
My point too.
Gesture: Would like to see Olympus do the same concept, even with a 24mm-90mm equivalent fixed lens.
I assume that Olympus will counteract this model soon(2014)
This would be my "pocket" camera today, if I bought one now.
Digitall: Almost the same specs as D610, but almost twice the price, ok. The retro style is expensive.But it's a good marketing move from Nikon. "The gods must be crazy" Part II.
Ok I redo my sentence: "almost the same specifications as D600 and double the price. Because I can buy a D600 for less than half the price that the DF is announced :-)
@CFynn: Yes, but taking the price rumor circulating out there.
I said almost, and not the same in specifications and price.
Almost the same specs as D610, but almost twice the price, ok. The retro style is expensive.But it's a good marketing move from Nikon. "The gods must be crazy" Part II.
Nice little great camera.
Small and light!?
Invisible beauty, beautiful textures and colors.
Funny contest, I like the contradictory trophies , eheThis is a "Photo Geek Awards" but the trophy picture say "Photo Greek Awards" :)
The power of a comma, and a little more.
Reading the forums keeps our brain fit.
Now more seriously, not to sensitize many minds. It is said that someone has a "photographic memory" and clearly the phtography helps develop certain capabilities that until put into practice, many people do not know they have it.
Mostly street and architectural photographers, pull over the brain.
So, less talk and more photography. :)
Digitall: Nice looking camera, very nice specs. but the tiny sensor vs. body size do not make my day. Sure that Olympus could put a sensor M4:3 here with this fixed lens camera. maybe one day...
@technic: Yes I'm dreaming. And I keep dreaming...Size, sensor, no space, defy the laws of physics?
Now, put a pankake or just keep the kit zoom.
Nice looking camera, very nice specs. but the tiny sensor vs. body size do not make my day. Sure that Olympus could put a sensor M4:3 here with this fixed lens camera. maybe one day...
babalu: Pablo Picasso did this 64 years ago :http://life.time.com/culture/pablo-picasso-draws-with-light-1949/#1
@Buzz Lightyear, you are correct. And babalu put a nice link for comparasion, and why I said there is nothing new today. In this case 64 years ago someone already did this, This is not an invention, but a reinvention.but someone forgot to read the previous comment, when I said that the video shows a remarkable job. Everyone sees what they want to see, and interprets its own way. life goes on ;)
Why people continue to make ridiculous comparisons. Of different league with totally different cameras, with different purposes, it seems that they stand in time and your stubbornness, can only observe life with the perspective of telephoto lens, forgetting to use a large and open more algular your field of view.I have a formula one car, which costs millions and walks faster than a rally car, can I walk on gravel and win the race with slick tires? The world is funny...