Image details. Use the ISO 12233 Sample Crops in The Digital Pictures to see the difference.
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Nikon DF - 5.6 x 4.3 x 2.6" :: 710g for camera body
Canon 6D - 5.7 x 4.4 x 2.8" :: 770g for camera body
Nikon 1 has not been a misfire. Not long ago production couldn't keep up with demand. Eventually market saturation occurred and sales went drastically down. The underwater version seems to be a good way to revamp the system - it's what "weather sealing" should actually mean and I'm interested in a camera that costs less than most underwater casings alone.
Here's my take on it: the DF will be the most successful Nikon FF camera to date.
To me it looks like Nikon is trying to target a lot of niche markets at once...
Those after a smaller FF system...
If it doesn't offer video, and it's not <$1500 because it doesn't offer video, Canon still wins
And to those of you saying how bad mirrorless is because sales suck compared to DSLR, just remember a few short years ago when people were saying that digital would never be replace film.....
My money is on mirrorless.....
Much like the digital revolution that changed how 99% of all photographers captured and took photographs, I can see another change coming also... Will DSLRs die in 5 years? No, but will there be a change in how we photograph or think about photographing? Yes.
Certainly. It's just that people are extending that argument to dSLRs, and the data don't support that argument. Canon dropped their forecast 7.7%, including a forecast drop of 24% for P&S sales, vs. only a 3% drop in dSLR sales.
For not so good light and the best iq esp. above iso 1600 no current crop sensor can compete with a ff, not Sony, not Nikon, not Canon - so this is hardly something to complain about.