Something like that, yes, perhaps.Was Df’s high iso capability that good that mirrorless alternatives could only get to 95%? I don’t quite get that.
Don, while the D750 still is a wonderful camera and the D780 is an impressive powerhouse, if you don't already have a stash of (older) F mount AF lenses, I'd strongly recommend going with a Z mount camera - you get everything the D750 and D780 have to offer plus the advantages of the mirrorless camera (though, of course, minus the optical VF).Toying with the idea of picking up a Nikon D750 or D780.
But on the other hand I would like to try Nikon mirrorless. Maybe a Z5 or Z6.
I just went through this exact line of thinking. Except the Nikon part.I am down to:
1. a Fuji system that needs to be rationalized. Do I really need three bodies, zooms, primes, and an X100s?
2. a couple of older compacts. At least one should go.
3. a Nikon F3 with mostly primes that sentimentally sits in my closet.