Colours are punchy straight from the camera, but you can inject more saturation through the Picture Control modes if you like. This shot was taken using the Landscape option to boost blues and greens as well as contrast.
The Df's Monochrome Picture Control mode is also capable of producing good results.
Skin tones are also good.
The level of detail in this image is impressive.
Images can be cropped post-capture in-camera to create better compositions.
The Matrix metering system has produced a superb result here.
Using the Fine Weather white balance setting retained the warm tones of this early morning image.
Thanks to the larger sensor, depth of field is restricted even at f/8 when shooting this close with a 105mm macro lens.
Good detail and natural colours are generally the order of the day with the Df.
Another shot with plenty of detail.
Slight changes to the composition and the location of the active AF point can have a significant impact upon the exposure suggested by the Matrix metering system with high contrast scenes like this.
Taken at the Hi+2.7EV sensitivity setting, this shot is pretty noisey and has some banding in the background, which limits the size at which it can be used.
Another nice in-camera black and white image, this time taken at ISO 12,800. The Df was able to focus quite uickly despite the low light with a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens mounted.
The images below were captured by Jeremy Walker using the Nikon Df during a shoot that was commissioned by Nikon.