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The images created by the DF won't be any better than those created by the D600 or D610. It is the process of creating those images which will be different. We will see how many sell. I suspect only the older folks who shot during the film era will enjoy using that old user interface.
I'm only in my late 20's and I find it appealing, you might be surprised by how many people are interested.
... I suspect only the older folks who shot during the film era will enjoy using that old user interface....
I'm a bit dissapointed about 1/4000 top speed, but if the native ISO is 100 and can go down to "low" 50, then that should be OK.
I keep seeing similar comments as if this is created to pull photographers away or to change bodies and that is not the point at all. It is really along the same lines of shooting with my X100 - See more at: http://forum.nikonrumors.com/discussion/1742/nikon-retro-f-mount-camera-fm2-style#Item_232
Thank you TTJ and everyone else. It sounds interesting and I'm happy that Nikon is making a body that so many of you want. Nothing wrong with a company paying tribute to its heritage by updating a classic (like the new VW Bug). It just doesn't seem as though its strong points suit what I enjoy most about photography. That said, I look forward to seeing the images created by those of you who do buy it and of course reserve the right to change my mind.
In most cases, I find that only after I have adapted somewhat to a new design, am I able to adequately judge it.
I guess I will wait for a body only …..and get the new 58mm f/1.4 with it….