I was think­ing of buy­ing a Df but your re­view in is­sue 54 sug­gested the D750 was su­pe­rior, de­spite the lab test scores. Why is this?

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Richard Wheat­ley, via email Ja­son says... The D750’s lab test scores were su­pe­rior to those of the Df for res­o­lu­tion, and it’s able to re­solve greater lev­els of fine de­tail. The scores were fairly sim­i­lar for dy­namic range and sig­nal-to-noise ra­tio, but lab re­sults don’t tell the whole story. That’s why we base our judg­ments just as much on real-world shoot­ing. In prac­tice, the D750’s sig­nal-to-noise ra­tios aren’t as im­pres­sive as from the Df, but the later-gen­er­a­tion im­age sen­sor and pro­ces­sor do a bet­ter job in de­liv­er­ing clean im­ages at high ISOs. Over­all, the D750’s im­age qual­ity is bet­ter than that of the Df.

The Df is still an ex­cel­lent cam­era, but newer Nikon D-SLRs with later sen­sors and processors out­per­form it

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