D600 . AF in tungsten light

Started Feb 7, 2013 | Discussions thread
surrephoto
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Re: D600 . AF in tungsten light
In reply to surrephoto, Feb 7, 2013

Food for thought about the seriousness of this problem;

1. Nikon showrooms are a great place to showcase this issue, just try it with a wide-angle lens on one of those big bright yellow nikon murals lighted by tungsten lamps.

2. It's not just the color temperature, any object that is significantly saturated red/orange will result in back-focus. I stay in Chinatown in Singapore, btw, and that 1 street photography session 2 days back was a good test.

3. If you're a wedding photographer who shoot in dim tungsten or 2800k lamps, your life is going to be difficult with the D600.

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