More important than equipment, is the moment.
"A picture may be worth a thousand words, but if you can't remember what happened, it may not be worth anything at all."
I have a mug to drink beer like this lens. Very flashy, do not go with her to the street.
Interesting lens, but 340g is not a bit heavy for this lens? is certain that it is constructed with other materials, but, is ~65% more than Oly 17 1.8, just for similar FL comparation.
Congrats to the project, realy very nice to look at and continue to this very good idea, some less formal presentation in studio is a nice idea, I know that being in real time in front of the cameras is somewhat uncomfortably, but must take a more laid back attitude, maintaining the objective of the project. Keep the good work! oh I love that table :)
The Micro world is beautiful, the expression of nature in art form.Interesting homemade rig, creativity always above the equipment. Congrats to the photographer!
Adobe, since when $9.99 is €12,29?, $9,99 is today 7,41€, at current official rate. These conversions really have much sense of humor...
Nice colletion, 10 and 12 for me.
This camera has a very small sensor. Comparing it with the Kodak KAF 39900 sensor. It's a pity.
Digitall: 50mm 1.4 = $1,696.95, Ok...
@HowaboutRAW: We are talking about Nikon, something more "acessible" to the comun mortal, or supposedly accessible.
Surely if we are talking about lenses made by special manufacturers, as the Zeiss or Leica they have their own niche, we have to take into account them to maintain their status has to keep prices too high, but do not doubt that are too high to the product offering. Obviously whoever makes the price is supply vs. demand also. And there's always people for the most exclusive luxury, which in practice is not synonymous with quality improvement to justify the crazy prices in its work.
I be a modest person, always raised the price of quality vs. cost vs. need. Sure, personally I do not see myself paying ~$4000 for a Zeiss or Leica M 50mm f2.0 for $~7000. My work did not improve nearly 400% for sure with these lenses. Just my humble opinion. Always rather have a Porsche than a Ferrari, for numerous reasons. Personal reasons of course.
50mm 1.4 = $1,696.95, Ok...
Frank_BR: The most important question for Nikon is: WHO WILL BUY THE Df?
1) a Dx owner?No way, the Df + Fx lenses are too expensive
2) a D600 owner?No, the D600 is a better camera
3) a D800 owner?No, a D800 owner is a pixel peeper, he is not interested in a 16 MP camera
4) a D4 owner?Maybe … a few senior professionals will buy the Df to use as a backup, or when shooting fast action is not needed
5) a celebrity?No, he/she prefers a P&S Hasselblad
6) a Canon, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, etc. owner?HAHAHAHA! Are you kidding?
An interesting analogy, but I bet at least 1% of them buy this "Pure Photography" camera.
A great camera to use in A mode.
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 :-)