Nikon D600

Announced Sep 13, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
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Has anyone mounted the Nikon D600 body to the Bowens Illumitran?  I am concerned because the dimension from the center line of the bellows opening to the bellows columns is only about 1-9/16 inch.  I do not know the exact dimension of the D600 from the center of the lens opening to the bottom of the camera??
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I know al'round this lens will be easier to work with on a monopod or tripod, but for handheld zooming, what technique are you all using?  I had one on my camera last week at the store, and hand held it out on the street to get my overall impression of iq and focus speed.  At the time I was struggling with the long throw of the zoom ring.  I never thought at the time to try push-pull zooming by grasping the end of the lens.  Has anyone tried it, and does it work? That was about the only...
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Hey everyone! I have had my Nikon D600 for over a year now and have been using the stock 28-300 mm lens that came with it. Never had an issue, but I've started noticing that landscape pictures, like mountain ranges and what not, aren't get captured. The result is the pictures is incomplete and it has been getting me mad whenever I come home and look over all the shots. I'm getting ready to purchase another lens, I hear that wide angle is good for that type of photography... I don't make my...
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Hi guys, So I'm trying to figure out what I should go with for booming a light out. First off, I will be transporting these stands frequently and on location and thus C stands have already been ruled out given their lack of portability.  Right now I'm trying to decide between two of the Avenger combo stands and a Manfrotto 1004BAC with the Avenger D600 baby boom. For the Manfrotto/Avenger combo, the set is cheaper than the Avenger boom stands, and thus I can throw in a set of casters as well...
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Am thinking to buy this http://www.ebay.de/itm/OTB-Batteriegriff-Akkugriff-fur-Nikon-D600-ersetzt-MB-D14-MB-D14H-/282020795544?hash=item41a9bfd498:g:ty8AAOSw1DtXDgza which only says it is for d600 but as I know d600 and d610 both use the same grip, I can see grips on other pages that say it works for both d600 and d610 so I assume this was just made before the d610 existed but would still work. But does anyone know if I am right?
By: noz03 (4 weeks ago)
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I am thinking to get one of the cheap €5 neewer eyecups/viewfinders to look at my LCD a bit better outdoors but can't work out which one is for a d610. What is most confusing is there are several versions, which most say they are for different models, BUT, they are all for 3" 3:2 screens, even though many of the models they say they are for use 3.2" screens . So what is the difference between them? And which would work for a d600/610? Here is a link to the V1, there is also a V2, V3 and so...
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Have a D600. Like to crop to 5:4 aspect ratio. Is there any way to have crop lines drawn on the finder screen to compose shots for that ratio?
By: LO Rivera (1 month ago)
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A few of months ago, I posted a question about which camera I should purchase, the Nikon D610 or the D700. I have discounted the D750 due to its continual issues. I have not yet made the purchase and would like to know if the AF in the D700 is superior to the D610. If so, is this a good enough reason to go with an almost decade old camera over an almost 3 year old one. I do weddings mostly and need reliable AF in low light. If anyone is interested in my original post the link is below. Thank...
By: dabber55 (1 month ago)
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I'm wanting to add a second Nikon speed-light for photographing furniture. I use my SB-700 in remote commander mode from the pop-up on a D600. To fill-in shadows, which other Nikon speed-light is recommended such as the 400 or is another SB-700 better.
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I will go to seven days hike on west coast trail, BC, Canada. Since I need to carry lots of stuff, I have to make decision on which camera gear I should pack. I have Nikon D600 and a set of lens (24-120 f/4, 20 f/1.8, 35 f/1.8, 50 f/1.8, 60 f/2.8, 85 f/1.8, 70-200 f/4). I think the maximum weight for photography should be less than 1Kg. So far, my favorite  choice is D600 + 20mm. However, I can also borrow my mom's D5100 + 18-105mm. The weight of this combo is within the range and I am pretty...
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