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Old 03-13-2018   #201
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Originally Posted by Timmyjoe View Post
I too found the Df a bit tough in the grip department, and then I got a Nikon Df-GR1 and it made all the difference. Now it's a joy to hold.

Nikon Df-GR1 review

Only drawback is they're not really available here in the States. I was able to get one, brand new, off the auction site, they come from Japan.

I found a Tarion grip on Amazon for forty usd. It fits well and is grooved for Arca-Swiss.
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Df with the Nikkor 400 5.6 ED AIS lens. Brown pelican at Fort De Soto Park in St. Petersburg, Florida.

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