D to the f – Nikon Df

D to the f – Nikon Df

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Never would I ever dream of getting a 55/1.2 from 1867, but even more so never would I ever imagine getting a silver Df with as little as 620 clicks straight from Japan! Incidentally it may even appear like I got it solely to match my 45/2.8 AI-P and it would not be a wrong assumption, but in reality - the full tactile controls and the inconspicuous appearance that house a powerful D4 sensor at the fraction of the price are absolutely the deal-breaker here. Everything feels solid, as expected of a simplified top-shelf camera, and the next biggest surprise is that it does squeeze semi-pro amount of shots off of a mere EN-EL14/a battery found in the beginner bodies. With 55/1.2? Stellar! With 70-200/2.8 VRI + Kenko 2x DGX…
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Incase Designs – DSLR Pro Pack Camera Backpack

Incase Designs – DSLR Pro Pack Camera Backpack

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Now that this pack served me a good couple of months, it's time to review how excellent its been! I'll begin with the fact that it seems more of a black sheep, literally and figuratively, since most stores I've been to lacked this brand entirely and even B&H I got it from did not have this guy in their main camera bag section on the 2nd floor. I had a very particular idea for the ergonomics I was looking for and this bag only surfaced via employees suggestion and some bringing it on the floor magic. With how well it's made, I'm surprised that the brand isn't clearly displayed while far cheaper ones get plenty of floor space, but anyways onto the criteria and review! As you can see, this…
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