Nikon D610

Announced Oct 8, 2013 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
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Hi, I own a D200 and need  help in deciding on whether (a) going full frame (D610) or (b) getting the  70-200 f/4 VR lens.  I have several FX lenses from film days (24, 35, 50, 85, 105, 135, 200, plus the zoom 28-105), and no DX lenses. I generally shoot landscape portraits, abstract photographs, places, and some blurs.  No action photography at all. I do like a narrow field of view rather than a wide one.   I do exhibit and sell my photographs in local galleries.  I think 70-200 will enhance...
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Cost aside and lets assume you have no Canon or Nikon glass. This is a fresh start/square 1. I have a through SLR/DSLR background but have not really searched for a DSLR in maybe 6 years since making some gear changes (short version) Anyway, a FF DSLR in some flavor is on my radar. Is their any specific feature between the Nikon D610 and Canon 6D that was compelling enough to make your final decision?
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I own both a Canon 6D and a Nikon D610.  I have found the actual picture size of the Canon 6D is 76in  x 50in (5472x3648)  and the picture size of the Nikon D610 is smaller, 20 in by 13 inches(6016x4016) ,even though the Nikon is 24 MP vs 20 MP of the 6D. Why is this? I am using Infranview for  my viewer.  I have checked the  image size in the Nikon menu and it is set for "FX". All settings in both cameras seem to be set  o.k.  Why this difference in image size?  Thanks --Cheers
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I was in the middle of this debate about 3 months ago, and thought I made my decision to get the 16-35mm. I was looking at tutorials for timelapse, and going over the information I had set aside for astrophotography and realized that anything above about 2.8 is not preferred for astrophotography like pictures of the Milky Way or star trails. I'm just really not sure at this point. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I do not have enough money for 2 new lenses, as I just bought a brand...
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Am I doing something wrong, or is the lens not communicating correctly with the camera?  I have the lens on, and in P mode for example, I'm getting a flashing fEE where f-stop normally appears in the viewfinder.  Only when I set the lens to f22 (which I notice is the only fstop printed in red on the lens) does the viewfinder actually display an fstop.  Same is true for modes A & S. The instructions that came with the lens make no mention of setting the lens aperture to f22 for the lens to...
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Hi, I read an old thread on Nikonians where someone said the D610 has no AA filter. I seem to recall reading that in one other place in a forum. But I've not seen anything about that in any of the product literature. Does it or doesn't it ? How about the DF, would that be the same ? Thanks ! --Peace,Floyd
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I currently own a D200 and a few lenses: 28-105mm f3.5/4.5, 24mm f/2.8D, 50mm f/1.8D, 180mm f.2.8D. I have been considering the Fuji XT-1 and lenses, but am concerned that I will be unsatisfied with image quality. I shoot raw and use Photoshop, so I'm also concerned about Fuji xtrans processing. I shoot almost all static subjects - nature and abstracts - so no need for blazing autofocus or continuous tracking. I do want great image quality, which I interpret as fine detail, accurate colour,...
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I am admittedly way behind in my storage and backup solution. Up till now, all my images have been kept on my PC’s hard drive. When space gets tight I move files to an external drive. At some point, I also backed up my images to the same external drive, but that was months ago. Obviously this is a disaster waiting to happen. I am ready to get my act together, but I need some help sorting out the best approach. Honestly, I am a bit overwhelmed with all the options. And unfortunately I can’t...
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I am very interested in this lens.  Gets very good reviews. I have heard others say that it cannot be fine tuned on a Nikon body because the camera does not recognize it. Is this true, any one of you have this lens and did fine tune it's focus?? --Samhttp://www.samjsternphotography.comhttp://www.abingtonheadshots.com
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When I thought that my final decision had been made, a friend of mine asked me if he could buy my D610 (which will be delivered tomorrow). At the same time, a D800 came up for sale, which I could pick up on Thursday from the hands of the seller. The D800 was bought in March 2012 (so just turned 2 years) and has almost 10 000 counts on the shutter. Would you buy the 2 year old D800 (no more warranty) over a brand new D610 for the same price?
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