The Nikon Df, and thoughts from a wedding photographer

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A very informative and insightful review. I don't do wedding often but when I have to it is nice to be able to look for insights like your superb gallery. Now don't think you can fool anyone of us into thinking that the images came out of camera like that, very impressive PP work too!!! I would enjoy a post form you how you Post Process!
 
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Really enjoyed your review and the link to your images, the DF really is a viable option and the weight difference is also worth considering. Really liked your images.

Nicely done
 
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Radiohead, how do you find Df's AWB perfomance, comparing to D3s? I also prefer available light, and while ago I was considering D600 over D3, and D600 has not impressed me at all. Now Df really got me interested, but I can't find anybody with this camera any where near.

P.S. Very nice review, indeed.
 
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I wish they'd given it the capability of a battery grip. I love this camera but my hands are just too big to hold it comfortably, especially with a long lens on.
 
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Incredibly beautiful journalistic wedding coverage. That Df (like full frames that preceded it) sure does a fantastic job with light.
 

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