Hi everyone,Im new to Nikon and Im wondering, when I manual focus with live view and zoom in on my intended focus area, is it possible to set it up to zoom out all the way once I nailed focus and...
The combination of compact MF lenses, low light capability and quiet shutter made for a good outing at a local student musical. This is the Df with the 135 f/2.8 pre-AI (AI'd and chipped).
I have been using Nikon cameras since 2003 (D100, D70s, D200, D700, D40, D60, Df). I have never had a camera with two card slots, and I have never had a card failure.
This is the biggest...
Ansel Spear wrote:
There was a time when certain aspects of Nikon's RAW processing were proprietorial. Therefore third party software such as LR and C1 could only read "core" RAW information....
We need to bookmark this thread, so in a few weeks when posts start talking about the "known Df shutter issue" we can refer to it.
--KentLife is too short for slow...
A new blog post with the Df on the streets of Toronto. http://misturphotography.ca/?p=4632
These are excellent. I would...
Im sure that Im missing something, but just tried my 135 2.0 DC on the DF and it didn't allow for aperture adjusting with the command dials (front) or back of cam (stuck on F16). I am...
Pretty much sums up my feelings, too.
My last body was a D700, and I'm amazed how far the ISO and Auto ISO capabilities have come. I would encourage new users to try:
Auto ISO, along with...
I am rebuilding my lense collection, too after getting the Df. I HAD the 24-120/4 and the Sigma 50/1.4, but felt they was just too large/heavy for the Df. I now have the 50/1.4G, 85/1.4G and the...
whilst reading this blog I made up my mind that 25-30 bucks is worth an attempt to resurrect my dad's 85/1.8H before I can afford to get the G one (am still...
I just wish it had two card slots. That just kills this camera for me. Why in the **** would Nikon produce a pro-level camera with only one card slot?
In all the years I used my...
Also as for the top knob has detents every 1/3 stop.
100, 125, 160, 200, 250, 320, 400....
Yes, you can adjust the ISO in ⅓ stops using the dial. If you allow Auto ISO to do...
Forgive the shameless self-promotion but my little Nikon Df review might be of interest to some of you.
It's Df-initely a hell of a camera. At base ISO I prefer Olympus's or...
Don't you know you can't take photos like these with such inferior AF system? How dare you!
I'm sure the eagles thought you were hip.Yeah. I heard BIF were no-go with Df AF. Life is too short for...
I have never personally tried one of these:
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eric guzman wrote:
+1 on your impressions on the Df. I also did not like the Aperture wheel on the front and I reconfigured to use the main dial control on the back to be used for the Aperture...
Pretty much like.
Slightly convoluted in having the separate PASM dial & top LCD.
They really did not need the mode dial. Fuji does it the right way.
The Smoking Camera wrote:
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Do you think this will work on the iso dial lock?
Probably. That one feels stiffer and smaller tho, and I wonder how deep...
Thanks for trying that out. I appreciate it
I've got an EH-5a AG adapter left over from a previous camera, but the Df spec say it needs the EH-5b. What is the difference between the two?
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