As much as I have enjoyed shooting Df the past few days there's no denying Leica M is more of my choice.
The handling of the camera, how it fits in my palm.
The AWB and better leica color. On this contact sheet you may immediately notice where I switched cameras.
As clumsy as it may be, my...
I find it curious how much I like the 35~200 f/3.5-4.5. The lens feels like designed for sports and action, hence the fast aperture and very limited macro capability.
I have previously predicted that while I don't for some reason like normal zooms at all, I do like superzooms that cover 28-200...
With me I had a bunch of gear: Panasonic G9 and GX80 with a plenty of lenses but also my Df with an almost depleted battery and some manual-focus lenses. I came across some cross bike action and there simply was no way I desired to capture the stuff with an autofocus camera. No way. :)
I never pack multiple batteries with me these days, but something told me to take a second one, as I hadn't used my GX80 a lot lately. And that something was right. The first battery was completely dead and won't even charge.
A tangenting wish for Nikon and Df in particular would be easier access to 'Auto ISO minimum shutter speed'.
Panasonic gets this quite right: you can adjust the minimum pretty fluently on the fly.
If on Nikon I could configure this setting under a custom button that could dissolve 99% of my...
That works for daylight.
I am thinking of a night time scenario where my ISO might float around 12800 (and up) and I'd like to slow down my shutter to get the ISO down. In these situations a little burst helps make at least one stable shot, and why not make it a 3-frame bracket by ISO.