Agree, the flare detracted from the image.
Nice one Mr Bean.
Nice one Mr Bean.
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Do I really have to explain? Then I do it really slowly, so you may understand.
A says: "I wish my D800s had this kind of control setup."
B answers: "Interesting that you would change your 36mp D800 for a 16mp DF."
B's answer has nothing to do with A's statement.
Scenario 1: B is simply mentally disabled, and does not understand A. In this case, I really sorry.
Scenario 2: B is so frustrated by something, that he overlooks statements including the D800, and tries to form an answer which proves the camera's utter uselessness, even if doing so is irrelevant or meaningless.
That was my point.
The sad thing that these scenarios may also apply to our conversation.
The specs are reasonably impressive.
Excellent number of shots from a small battery.
I wish my D800s had this kind of control setup.
And it's LIGHT! This gets a bit closer to the feel of an old film body just for the reduced weight.
The Df will Dfinitely have to seduce me with the ergonomics and overall feel to make me trade a D800 for it tho, I typically do not need great high ISO performance.
I think this is going to be a polarizing product, love it or hate it. I think there'll be enough of the former to make it a worthwhile product.
Canon might even copy it.
Mushrooms of some variety! They're like little Umbrella Mushrooms!
I love the 135 f2 for indoor volleyball - IQ, focal length and AF performance are 'just right'. For sports, the IS isn't really needed, but I certainly agree that for theater and live performance, this would be great - as well as any other low light portrait opportunities. I would pay a few $K for such a lens. Still, the current 135 is very nice - attached photo = 1Dx, ISO 8000, f2, 1/1000.
Here is a good read:
I have read DXO
(cue the New Seekers and "I'd like to teach the world to sing")