Nikon D600

Announced Sep 13, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
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If I set the exposure preview off and activate live view while the lens is wide open and change the aperture in live view, what is the visible depth of filed? Is it DOF corresponding to the wide open aperture or the one chosen in live view? In live view, I'd like to focus wide open regardless of selected aperture. I know that this can be done in the D600/610 but I do not know if it is possible in D800/E.
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hey everybody I recenty upgraded from a Nikon d20 to the Nikon d600 I mainly shoot events and portraits. with my d3200 I notice it gave me focus points closer to the edge of frame. I was wondering to all the d600 user. when you shooting a full left portraits do you put the model in the middle of the frame and focus on the eyes, or do u use the full coverage area and focus using the body I have done a few shoots since I got the camera in January I left the model in the center of the frame so I...
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Hello All, I have a chance to buy a used D600 (7k shots) with a recent shutter upgrade replacement for about $200 more than a new 7100.  I'm coming from a now un-used for the past 1 yr D80 with a 18-200 vr DX and an older 50mm F1.4D.  I will do some video and mostly stills.  My baby is now 4 months old and I feel like a smuck taking iphone 6 shots of her (although they have been very nice shots:) .  Thoughts?Thanks!
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Am I missing something?  I'm trying my best to figure out how to do this and it's not working... LOL...    I Set my D600 to the following setting: Flash Mode: Auto (not slow, or rear-curtain, whatever) Flash Control Mode: Commander Mode Flash Sync Speed: 1/250 (Auto FP) under setting e1 Commander Mode:  Built in Flash is set to Mode --, Group A is set to TTL or M, and Channel 1 Then on my SB-700 I switch to remote mode and channel 1. Make sure my flash is raised on the camera, and do my...
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The manual says that I can use the multi selector to choose the card to format but I can't get it to work.  I'd like to be able to format the second card in place and not effect the card in slot number one.   --\
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I use a Nikon D600 and have PS CS6 and LR4 for editing. However the RAW files look completely different when opened in Photoshop compared to Nikon's View NX software (they look better in View NX). The difference is quite extreme in some cases (in terms of colour rendition and sharpness). To counteract this, i usually start with the better base by opening the RAW file in View NX and after basic adjustments (including active D lighting) convert it into a TIFF file which I then open in photoshop...
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So I just got my D600 back from Nikon after having them service a couple of problems. I took my camera out to the beach w/ my new Nikon 14-24 to shoot some stars during the full moon and noticed some strange white specs in the lower portions of the frame. Image was shot at 15s @ f/4, ISO 1000.  Long Exposure NR is turned on.Full Image Crop of lower left corner and white specs My first thought was it might be stars reflecting off the beach, but the sand wasn't nearly wet enough to provide a...
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I'm posing the question in the subject line because I am considering selling my D600 to get a D750. The main reason (for me at least) would be greatly improved focusing in very low light, where the D600, like many other cameras, "goes blind." By all reports, the D750 is able to focus one or more EVs below the D600's minimum EV. All the other benefits of the D750 aside, I don't expect a large difference between the D750 and D600/D610 image qualities, but I thought I'd pose the question for...
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Sometimes I'm wondering what I'm missing.  Sometimes I wonder if I am doing the right thing at all!  LOL So my current workflow is to import my RAW files into LR5. Under Camera Calibration I believe I'm usually set to Camera Neutral or Camera portrait.  Even if I put it on Adobe standard, it's not quite right. It seems like i ALWAYS have to turn the yellow Saturation down afterwards. Is there another profile I should be using?     (Please don't say I should just use Nikon software - I...
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I have a Nikon D600, I just bought 24-70mm F2.8  Its a Fantastic lens. I want to get an All Around lens for Travel and carry around. what would you recommend please ?
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