Nikon D600

Announced Sep 13, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
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Hello, new to the forums here. I take a lot of photos - nearly all are "nature" photos and most are landscape, but I also take a good dose of wildlife (mainly birds, but also flowers). I use a Nikon d3200 (has an APS-c sensor). For the landscape (and flowers/foliage) I use the kit lens which is a Nikon DX series AF-S Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6. For wildlife (birds and such) I use a Nikon AF-S Nikkor 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6 ED. In a nutshell, I like the 55-300mm a heck of a lot better: the images are...
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Hi forum members. Im in a dilemma so i thought id put it out to the DP members. I have 2 nikon DSLRs, a D7000 and D600 FX. Lens wise i have nikon glass; 20mm, 85mm and 50mm Primes and the big sigma 70-200 f2.8 (good for larger concerts at the back of the room). I have my own site (creativeninja com au), I get reasonable paid work, for band photos. I also take long exposure pictures and print to canvas, and i have my Ricoh GR as my walk around camera. My recent trip to Vivid Sydney with my...
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I am looking to buy a new camera for wedding and event photography, my Nikon d600 will then become my second body. What i am having trouble with is deciding weather the Nikon d3 is still a good camera for events in low light over something like the D750, The reason i am thinking of the D3 is that i love the bigger body and grip, along with the great button layout. I have heard nothing but great reviews of both but one is getting older now but the image quality hasn't changed, i would like...
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Gear I have nikon D600 nikon 70-200 2.8 VR nikon 24-85 VR 50mm 1.8  Tripod and Filters  I am traveling to the northern areas on Pakistan. K2 mountains base and similar places are my destinations. My camera bad is quite heavy. its impossible to trekk with such heavy bag on the back.  Do i have to take my 70-200 with me? for the close mountain landscapes?  Please recommend me how do photographers manage. I will have my language as well.  Guide little
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It has seemed so obvious to me for so long, I just had to ask. Why doesn't Sony complete the Sony RX10 II - 24-200mm f/2.8   with the obvious matching sensor RX20 - 200-1,000mm f/4, Quit trying to make a superzoom go from 24mm to 2,000mm and produce some high quality glass that has only a 5 to 1 zoom ratio!!! To make the PERFECT, compact, lightweight, high quality, two camera, do anything system? No lens swapping!!! Less than 10% of the weight of my current system!!! FABULOUS IMAGES!!!  (Ok,...
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People often recommend D3200/D3300/D5200/D5300 or similar which have APS-C size sensors. They are rather cheap ~ 500 € (body or body + kit lens). I'm satisfied with Nikon D750 still image quality. I especially love how you can often expose for highlights and there is still very nice quality in shadows. It is just too expensive camera for stills only. 4K -> 1080p and 10-bit video would had been the missing reason to buy this camera, but I guess it still takes an year or two to get nice still...
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I recently had my Nikon D600 shutter replaced by Nikon and discovered upon receiving the repaired camera that it exhibits what looks like flash-sync problems at any shutter speed. Basically, when I take photos with flash (on-board as well as external), about the top one-third of the images are "in shadow". I've seen elsewhere on the Web similar image problems which have been explained as being flash-sync problems. Specifically, explained as setting the shutter speed higher than the max...
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Hello,  I am brand new to the forums here and had a question about wedding photography. I am just sort of staring out in my photographic career and have been asked to do wedding photography. I have been reading up on some specifics and have a question. I understand the importance of shooting with two cameras but is it okay if one camera is a bit more outdated than the other? I own a Nikon d600 and would like to purchase a the d750 and work with both during weddings so as to not have to change...
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No matter what I do, my D-600 won't let me turn off the display screen. Does anyone else here have a similar problem or know how to fix it? Thanks in advance, Scorpi0.
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Hello all! I'm new to these forums but not all that new to photography - about 10 years, but only really serious over the last 5 or so (since the release of the d7000).Over this time I have improved a lot and I'm looking to purchase another camera body to compliment/replace the d7000. Although I photograph a wide variety of subject matter, I tend to focus quite a lot on portraits and weddings. This brings me to a question that I know has been asked a lot - should I upgrade to the d7100 or the...
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