Nikon D600

Announced Sep 13, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
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Hello all, I'm thinking about getting a second hand D600. After the problems they had, they turned up in Japan pretty cheap. I think a lot of them got sent back to the dealer to get fixed, but then the dealer couldn't sell them as new again, and they have the whiff of faulty on them, so a second hand refurbished D600 (at a reputable retailer which usually sells new goods, which is why I think they are returned units) goes for about $1000 over here (100,000yen,) which is about the same as a...
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I do occasional wildlife photography. I am therefore about to the pull the trigger on a 300mm f/4 to add to my slim arsenal. But I thought that I would definitely need more reach, hence teleconverter. Researching my options, I come up with a plausible alternative. Since I am only interested in 1.4 tele, and since this costs about $500, why not buy a used d7100 for roughly $700. Yes, $200 more, but I get to have another respectable camera that will give me 1.5 not even 1.4.  I kinda I am...
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Does anyone know if there is a way to do ISO bracketing with the D600?  I want to keep the exposure and aperture consistent, but raise the ISO to get a faster shutter speed. I have messed with the settings and checked the manual, but I can't figure out a way to do this.
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I recently sent my D600 to Nikon UK for the dust on sensor problem and they ahve returned the camera to me.  After using the camera, I noticed one thing - the shutter sound is much softer and reduced compared to what it was. I am just wondering if you any of you who have had their D600 shutter unit replaced had the same impression. The invoice just says 'Shutter Plate Unit' and unlike many others where I read it says several tapes are fixed around the shutter box. Not that I am dying to know...
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Hello everyone, I read many threads here at dpreview and finally decided to make an account. It's really a great place for learning. I have a Nikon 24-70mm f2.8. I've used it w/ my Nikon d600 for almost 2 years now. I recently got the d750 as well. I've always felt that whenever I used my 24-70, the focus is always off.  I never bothered doing any sort of AF fine tuning.  I just got my d750 a few days ago and starting using it w/ my 24-70. It focuses really quickly, but my focus is still...
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I have been using Nikon equipment for 40 years.  I have now been confronted with a situation that I would at least call "strange".  With all my zoom lenses I zoom in, then focus, then zoom out to frame while holding the shutter button half-way down, and take the picture.  I have owned an AF Zoom NiKKOR 28-200MM F/3.5-5.6G ED for a long time.  I first used it on film cameras, then on APS sized sensors, and now on the D600 full frame.  It is one of the sharpest Nikkor lenses at the center, and...
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Hello everyone, This is a question(s) that I have not been able to figure out by myself so I am seeking your valuable insights. Is the focus (speed, accuracy) dependent on the camera or the lens? My intuition says both, but, if so, which is more, lens or camera? Hypothetical example to illustrate the significance of my question: a D600/610 with a 70-200mm VRII or a D810/D4s with a 80-400mm will yield better in-focus result (all else being equal: e.g. focal length, ISO, aperture, shutter...
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I bought a nikon D600 on March 2013. I sent my camera for sensor cleaning to the local representative (Damkalidis-Athens). Unfortunatelly, during summer 2014, once again I see spots on the sensor. Do you know what to do since there a cover of 2 years guarantee by Nikon? Is there any case that Nikon changes the body with a new one?
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Hello all, Aside from building one myself, I would like to hear your recommendations for an affordable mount that is suitable for wide angle astrophotography (milky way, moon, etc...). My photo gear include a nikon d600 (soon to be replaced by d750), nikon 20mm 1.8G (on the way), samyang 14mm 2.8, and nikon 70-200mm vrii. based on my research, I know that I need an equatorial mount. What I am not sure about is what type. In hope that I make myself clear, and therefore your job easier, I am...
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Hey, everyone. I was wondering if killing the electric contacts of a lens would be possible? Or putting it in other words, turning an AF lens into an Ai lens. The reason is this: I have a relatively old Sigma lens (Sigma 20mm f/1.8 EX DG Aspherical), which is giving me all kinds of problems with contacts - one minute it is OK, the next it will suddenly give all kinds of errors to the camera (resulting in taking the photos at f/22 instead of the chosen aperture). This makes it pretty much...
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