So this afternoon I took a shot of my neighbor's cat again. This time with the Df. I took a shot earlier of the same cat on Feb 1 with the D850. Same lens, AF-adjusted on both cameras, 85 1.4G Nikkor. First pic is D850, ISO 800, 1/160s, f/1.4 Second pic is Df, ISO 5600, 1/250s, f/1.4 The only change I made was the square crop and in the D850 picture I bumped up the exposure by 0.75. The first pic had the cat on the kitchen table under a light, the second on top of the fridge, in a much darker environment. I much prefer the latter picture versus the first. The D850 picture feels a lot harsher and not what I expected at f/1.4. It sort of confirms what I found when I started re-processing (in CaptureOne) some older pics shot with the D70. I found the D850 vs. the D700 pics not as satisfying. Certainly, for shooting birds or landscapes you'd want the extra mpix to crop but I think for daily life and people shots, the Df is going to be more my go-to camera.