Nikon Df DxOMark Tested: The Low Light, High ISO King ?

Nikon Df

DxOMark has tested the the new released Nikon Df retro camera. From the result, it seems that Nikon Df has a good performance in low light photography. Df has the same image sensor as Nikon D4, the low light ISO score for Nikon Df is 3279, while D4 is 2965.

See the detail score below:

Nikon Df DxOMark


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Conclusion from DxOMark:

Nikon certainly threw a curve ball with the Df. One the one hand it has the first-rate sensor of the D4 in a much more compact and lighter weight body, but the choice of retro controls appears to be a step backwards.
They make sense with older manual focus lenses, with their manual aperture rings, providing they can be focused accurately but models like the F100 and F6 are proven over those earlier models when used with autofocus lenses, and that includes the current G-series (which lack aperture rings).
As it stands, Nikon may find the Df sidelined by both the D800, and the D600, which is a pity as the sensor is a superb performer in low light.

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