Nikon D600

Announced Sep 13, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
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dose anyone know if the d600 is a good camera for a beginer
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Hi everyone, I moved from a D80 to a D600, mostly for the full-frame capabilities. I’m having some issues and I’m wondering if it’s me or the camera…because I didn’t have issues like this with the D80, however, I realize the D600 has way more functions and that is a learning curve for me. All I know is that I’m having to heavily edit my photos in Lightroom to get it to look like what I recall. I always have to warm them up. And lately the exposure is way off. I recently reset my settings, in...
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I have the D600 for some time and been thinking to update my body much like my lens or two Does the D610 make sense or would you go D750 mostly for landscape and macro
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When I bought D600 from second hand market, I also got battery grip. It is compatible with 6 AA batteries, and I had no problem using camera with it. But from few days ago, my camera tells AA batteries are almost discharged, and if I turn on camera only with battery grip battery(with taking out batteries inside camera), the top LCD indicator shows battery icon blinking so I just assumed those AA batteries discharged very fast, considering I didn't used it so much after replaced AA...
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Hey, long time reader, new user here. So, I shoot with a Nikon d600 & am pretty new to shooting full frame. I've found the upgrade from a d5100 to be worth it 10 fold. I shot w/ a simple 50 1.8 for a few months and found it to be a pretty good lens, but a bit limited. I recently purchased a sigma 24-35 f/2 and the images it produces are superb. It's truly a great lens, and the size doesn't really bother me too much. However, it is somewhat limited in terms of range. I do a lot of...
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Greetings all, Unfortunately during a trip to Amsterdam, had my camera bag stolen with my d600, 24-70, 300mm f4. So it took me a while to get over the loss as you can imagine. So now, considering getting back in the game with either a d750 or a d810. From what I read, it seems that the d750 has a newer focus system. I often do BIF and some sports but not really seeking a dedicated sport camera. I tend to use my camera for pleasure as a hobby on pretty much anything from travel, landscape to...
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I've done my basic research on Macro photography but still have quite a few questions. I shoot a full frame Nikon d600 1) I have a 105 2.8 VR, I think I know what 1:1 means, but I can't get a 1:1 image of an ant can I? Because it's larger than my 35mm sensor? This leads me to the next question - 2) Do people just use cropping to get a really close up image? It seems I can get about 6 inches away from my subject, which I suppose is how I fit a 1:1 size flower, for example. But to get a much...
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Actually, several questions: (moderator please move if this is wrong forum) I shoot D600 and D80 (which rocks for sunsets/rises) landscapes in the Southwestern US. Usually Nikon 20mm f1.8 G or 24-70mm f2.8 G, or 50mm f1.4 G. Sometimes Nikon 70-200mm f2.8 G VRII. Because of increasing air pollution from wind blown auto (smog) and coal fired power plants in both US and Mexico, Big Bend, southern New Mexico, Grand Canyon, and Monument Valley (obviously, many other places too) are often subject...
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I just ordered my Sony a6000 and I'm curious about other users experiences with after market batteries.   I've had great luck with non-Nikon replacements for my D300 and D600.  The aftermarkets last longer than the originals do.  However, I'd like to know if others have had good/bad experiences and the brand names their referring to.  Also, is it practical to only use the USB connection to charge the battery?  How long does it take vs the plug-in battery charger? Thanks for any advice, j. --\
By: KevinSz (2 months ago)
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Hello, I've taken several photos with my Nikon D600 with the Vivid Picture Control on by mistake. Is there a way to undo that picture style in Lightroom v.5 (or other software) to start retouching my photos with the Standard or Neutral PC ? Or is the RAW file I work with on Lightroom is automatically set to Neutral ? Thanks already, Kevin
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