Ok enough chit chat about telephones and what not. go build us some new cameras! ;-)
Apewithacamera: Ok how do they cut these in half?
Ok how do they cut these in half?
OT From a distance this camera looks like a Canon F1 from the 1980s.
This will be a hot seller!
I like #12 the best!
I love the natural look of these fine images!
First! Go go Canon! :)
Don't you kids have school tomorrow? NOW GET TO BED! ;-)
All of them are winners!
Thanks for the review as I found it to be very informative!
Merry Christmas folks of DPR!
I just gotta have this!
RStyga: Let's us dispense with the myth that all "professional" photographers know exactly what they want or what it is required. I have seen a fair share of them not having a clue about what gear to buy, not only because they fail to follow the industry's rapid changes (understandable to a certain a extent) but also because they don't even know basic technological terminology (e.g. what is VC/IS/OIS/IS).
There is a significant difference between a person who makes money out of taking photographs, a photographer (in the artistic sense), and one who knows about photographic technology and application. Neither category implies any of the other.
Actually it comes from the Twilight Zone. ;-)
These are simply FANTASTIC! Thanks for posting.
tongki: Sony only good on making WALKMAN and TV,not making a good camera
Canon makes a lot of stuff.
schufosi777: Yes the D600 is a flop. Its sensor was prone to becoming covered in oil spots. If this doesnt happen on the D610 it will be a massive improvement and a brilliant camera.Most will say then if there only that improvement then why isnt the D600 a brilliant camera. All I can say is do you really like your pristine blue skies covered in a sea of oil spots.
Thanks. Someday I'd like to get a second Nikon body so I'll keep an eye for positive reviews of the D610.
So is the D600 considered a flop?