Announced Sep 13, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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I have image quality on my D600 set to "NEF(RAW) + JPEG fine". When I look at files on the SD card, I see two duplicate JPEG images, exactly the same size. There is no RAW image. I have changed the setting to "NEF(RAW) + JPEG normal", and get the same results. The only way I have been able to get a RAW image on the SD card is to set the image quality to "NEF (RAW)". The Role played by card in Slot 2 is set to "Overflow". I have an SD card only in Slot 1. Any ideas on what I need to...
So here's the deal, I'm going on a once in a lifetime tour around japan and I really hope to take great pictures along the way. The problem is that due to fact that I will be travelling most of the time I cant afford to bring to much gear so I am left with the choice of either bringing a D600+24-70 Tamron or a6000+ kit lens+ 35mm 1.8. I am considering on bringing the a6000 because it offers more mobility as it is lighter but I don't to give up the image quality of the d600. Which Camera...
Hi All, I retired my D300 about two years ago when I bought a D600. I removed the battery before putting the camera away. Yesterday, I tried firing it up again. I charged one of my EN-EL3a batteries and put it in the camera. It was working properly when turned off (i.e., the top LCD showed the number of pictures left on the card) but nothing happened when I turned it on. I left a battery in the charger all night (just in case) and put it in the camera before leaving for work this morning, on...
I got a series E 100mm F2.8 that I mounted on a D600 and filled in the Non-CPU lens data. According to Nikon, series E lenses are compatible with A, M modes. I tested it in A mode, auto ISO (min 100, max 6400). I would expect that the camera would select a min shutter speed of 1/100. At least with my other AF-D lenses, under a similar setup, the camera does not use shutter speeds slower than 1/focal lenght. The problem is that the camera selects a minimum shutter speed of 1/30 before rising...
Hi. I'm a film/tv student, using my Nikon D3100 for still photography, and I'd like to upgrade the overall look/quality of my photos. Budget: $1000 I'm thinking of going for the D600 or D7100. Needs: Still photography (probably want to get into wedding photography at some point) and some basic HD video recording. Concerns: If I got the d600, I would not be able to spend much on a lens (>$200) for at least 6 months. I'm concerned that the d7100 won't be as noticeable an upgrade as I'm looking...
I've been playing around with a Nikon D600 recently (did not have any experience with Nikon FF DSLR prior to this). And I noticed right off the bat that it produces noticeably better images at higher ISO (ISO1600-6400 range). So I looked up the figures on DXOmark and learned that it has a fairly significant better ISO performance and slightly (probably not meaningful) better score in colour depth (same dynamic...
I recently just got an A7R and using my Nikon lens via the FotodioX adapter. I attempted to do a comparison today using my lens between the A7R and the D600 to see the difference in sharpness. While testing 2 lens (Sigma 35mm 1.4 ART and the CV 58mm 1.4) in manual mode, I've noticed my D600 images are consistently brighter than the A7R images. Is this the effect of a 24Mpix gathering more light than the 36Mpix sensor? Or is using the FotodioX adapter cutting out some light reaching the...
Early this morning I grabbed my D600 for a shoot, but realized after turning it on that the camera wasn't working. On the top-facing display it was showing the read-out as if I were holding down the front "Fn" button to change between shooting in FX and DX formats, but wasn't touching the button at all. I tried to use other features in the camera, but with the camera thinking the "Fn" button was held down, all other functions weren't working, but I could still use the shutter to take a...
Hi all I had a free copy of DXO elite (of cover mag) you cannot upgrade to another version from it. up till 2 week It opened my D600 and D3200 files great. I now have a D610... you guessed it; not opening the D610 files. I'm between a rock and a hard place.. I got Vs 8 free (and I really like the way it handles the high ISO noise but don't really want o spend £129 to buy outright Vs10 I have seen Vs 9 for £69 but not sure if it will cover a D610 model... Or buy a de- noise program and lose...