Announced Oct 8, 2013 •
24 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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I bought a IR Remote for my Nikon D610. I got it to work with pictures but from what I can tell there is no way to use it to start videos. I see lots of tutorials that just say map your main picture button to video start but that does not seem to work. I read in the manual that you cannot start a video in remote mode. Is there another way to start my videos remotely or another way to get this IR thing to work?
Hi, I can use some advice. I have a D600 that has been back to Nikon twice for image quality issues that affect 10-20% of the total images. The camera has about 5k total shutter releases. So far Nikon has updated the shutter to the D610 style and replaced the main circuit board... but the problem still exists. Do any of you have any suggestion on the root cause of this issue? See the (bad) images below. D600 Bad photo2 Thanks, -Roger
I am taking a trip to Death Valley this week, and there will be an opportunity to do some night photography. I've done some night photography, but I've never used my cameras "Exposure Delay Mode" setting. I have David Busch's field guide for the D610, and he says that the setting isn't particularly useful unless you're in the 1/8->1/60 second expsoures... and even then if you're not already using a timer feature. The manual says you can set a 1,2 or 3 second delay after the mirror lifts...
Hi guys, I need some opinions on a camera repair. Here's the situation: Last March, I went hiking and dropped my D610 while mounting it on a tripod and it went tumbling down a bunch of rocks and finally into a pond (pretty sure it was freshwater). The body was slightly cracked open. I sent the body and lens to Nikon, who said it was total'ed. I recently brought the camera to a place in SF (Camera Heaven) and they said that they could fix it for $580. I don't have that much Nikon glass (just a...
I have recently taken many photos of different skin tone using a brand new Nikon D610 camera. I notice that the highlights on the the faces are being blown out. The shine on some of the faces are very high. The camera was used together with a set of 2 Metz 400 studio flashes and white 60" umbrellas. Is there any way of avoiding these blown out highlights?