'And the Df has an ISO 50 setting with which I created the images at the top of the page and the combination of that sensor and one of the best lenses ever made is astonishing in terms of quality and the look it generates. Forget the rest, this is the best!!!.Read More
The soundimageplus blog has been going since 2007 and to date has over 12 million page views. Written by David Taylor-Hughes, a professional stock photographer, it includes photographic articles dealing with a wide range of themes including film and digital photography.
For me it's another world. I'm not used to such incredibly clean files at high ISO's. And yes the Sony A7s probably does it as well, but at a reduced pixel size and without access to the extensive range of lenses that fit the Nikon F mount.Read More
Everything you might have read about the sensor in the Nikon D4 and Df is true. It is an amazing sensor and rightly deserves it's reputation. The above images was shot in a dark antiques shop at ISO 3200 and it's super clean with virtually no noise, either luminance or colour. Yes there is some but you have to look very closely to see it. Even then this is comparable to what many other cameras produce at around ISO 400. There is no problem whatsoever in printing this file very big or sending it to picture libraries. It is absolutely superb. This is something like a 2 stop advantage over anything else I've used. Plus other files get rid of the noise, but the detail disappears, not so with the Df.Read More
I've had some mixed feelings about this camera. I got all excited when Nikon were teasing it, but when it finally appeared I was somewhat disappointed. By the look and it's knobfest appearance and mostly by the price. However I always had it in the back of my mind that I would end up with one at some point. Reviews were mixed, but mainly focusing on the negatives.Read More