Zebooka: Nothing special now.Same thing as bayer, but with Foveon's drawbacks.
it is Bayer in 3D
С Новым Годом!
Kabe Luna: Got a Dƒ yesterday. It''s not perfect, but I'll be damned if it's not a really well sorted product. It feels much smaller than it is. The shutter is nice and muted. The AF works exceptionally well within its limitations. Image quality is superb (even if I've gotten spoiled by the detail resolution of the D800's 36 MP sensor). The viewfinder, while not MF-era friendly, is easier to focus manually than any prior Nikon...and, more than anything else, it feels like a manual SLR in that it forces me to slow down and be more deliberate about my photography. This is the Dƒ's greatest trick. So far I'm loving this camera. The only thing I'd change is adding the 5:4 image area, as well as a 1:1 option, and reconfigure the position of the ISO lock, which really should be toward the front of the body so I can rotate the dial with my thumb.
"The AF works exceptionally well within its limitations."
love this description
ovatab: ... disappointing ...... small coverage ...... inconvenient ...... inconsistent ...... not best suited ...... falling off ...... awkward ...... not terribly comfortable ...... rather large and heavy ...... slow ...
classic fail :(
your parrot is smarter than you - it does not post du1lshit online
km25: I the AF really that bad in low light? If it is why have camera that is good in low light? I think the camera is over priced by a lot. A split image on the focusing screen is really needed with the older lens, as a matter of fact interchangeable would be best. The camera has too may problems to be corrected by firmware.
I like the idea, maybe Df ll. 20MP, better AF, interchg. focusing screens and a grip.And all the stuff in the review to bad.
Is this camera silver, gold or what?
AF is not broken - it is not good enough ©R Butler
... for the hype
mailman88: "The Killer"....Disappointing AF performance drops off in moderate light
consumer-grade AF module combined with pro-grade sensor makes a consumer camera for half price of pro-camera
I am glad you are happy with your new camera, but this fact does not make it perfect
the whole point of this website is to give us unbiased expert level opinion to read online.
"somewhat frankensteinish" - this!Df stands for DSLR Frankenstein
those adjectives can be found right here http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/nikon-df/17
written by professional dpreviewers who have handled the body and shot with it in some conditions
have you read the conclusion?
... disappointing ...... small coverage ...... inconvenient ...... inconsistent ...... not best suited ...... falling off ...... awkward ...... not terribly comfortable ...... rather large and heavy ...... slow ...
@ Jeff Kellerwhere is the Chinatown gate picture?
better put the camera on a monopod and hold it up away from your shiny body parts :)
you are a troll if you "criticize our content" ;)
ovatab: Next non-Bayer array would be 2X2 R-C-N-B, N for ND2 (grey) filter.
#how the N cell would be useful
N-cell will capture luminance values in highlights and extend physical dynamic range.Color interpolation is just a calculation - could be fixed in firmware or raw development software.
Equivalent 2040mm with optional DMW-LT55 Tele Conversion Lens!
Next non-Bayer array would be 2X2 R-C-N-B, N for ND2 (grey) filter.
Camera does not actually float+OLED screen is not actually visibleThere actually was a chubby girl with paddle on the original photohttp://www.dpreview.com/galleries/reviewsamples/photos/2612499/dscn9982?inalbum=nikon-coolpix-aw110-review-samples
mike kobal: I just tested the A and am blown away by the image quality, not too concerned about f2.8, af speed however, is, well, last generation, I expected it to be a little faster, but most impressed by how tiny this camera really is and image quality, now when is the $300 rebate coming?? :)
I will wait for $300 rebate + free OVF
plevyadophy: Can someone explain please?
Just looking at the new "OLPF filter omission" section of this review (at page 6),DPReview are saying that in their testing there is no significant difference between the 24Mp with an Optical Low Pass Filter (OLPF) and the same/similar sensor without.
What I would like to understand is this:(1) Is this because at a certain pixel count, or perhaps density, resolution is so high that removal of the OLPF doesn't really help much?(2) And if so, what's the pixel threshold?(3) Or could it be that there are benefits if shooting at certain distances? Perhaps the DPReview studio and outdoor tests weren't shot at distances that are like to show difference between sensors with and without an OLPF?(4) So this leads me on to the question of cams like the Leica M, Nikon D800E, and all medium format cams, are there really no gains for these cams having omitted the OPLF? In other words, would the image detail look pretty much the same with these cams with an OPLF?
(5) Is this because of those pictures were displayed on "retina" (high pixel density) display?
+ Sample images are good for me? AF speed, ergonomics and overall performance - unknown
I will buy this camera in half a year for half price (may be with free OVF bundled)