Nikon D600

Announced Sep 13, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
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Hi there!I'm going to be doing a project creating abstract images from close up shots of oil & water in a clear dish with different aspects of color added via backgrounds beneath the dish, and by adding dye to the water/oil mixture. The end result being images similar to those psychedelic light shows folks did for bands in the 60's by using an overhead projector, oil, soap, food coloring, etc.I'm using a D600, and shooting in a studio setting.In a previous shoot like this, I used my Nikon...
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It is common sense that one gains 1 f-stop in light when using a focal reducer like the Zhongyi Lens Turbo II or the Metabones Speedbooster with a full frame lens as compared to using the same lens with a normal adaptor. But compared to a full frame camera what would be the result? Otherwise stated, does one looses one 1 f-stop when using a "normal" adaptor with a full frame lens on an ASP-C sensor compared to using the same lens without an adaptor on a full frame camera? Following...
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O great and powerful Nikon Gods, hear my prayer... I purchased a Nikon D3200 with a 50mm f1.8 a few months ago in the hopes that myself and my buddy (who also owns a D3200 but with a 35mm f1.8) could go into a portraiture business together. Well those plans have fallen through, and I now find myself at a crossroads. I have the funds for another lens, and this next lens purchase will probably determine which mount I buy into in the future. If I buy the 35mm f1.8 DX, for instance, then I will...
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I took some long exposures of waterfalls last month. D600 and 16-35 w/polarizer. Colorful fall leaves swirling in many of the shots as well as bubbles. What I'm seeing is an almost strobe like or "stuttering" in the movements versus nice smooth blur. Almost looks like many multiple exposures with blue between, strange effect but see it in quite a few shots. What causes this and how do I prevent ? No samples at the moments but I think I've described well , thanks !
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It's not a DX, neither is it a 'pro' body - and those are the two choices. Just wondering... Thanks!
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Nikon D600 with 50mm 1.8G i am not using any flash or flash mode each photo is coming with half black i have posted the photo. it was not focusing previously but now its doing. what is the fixing price and solution
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I will be shooting outdoor portraits tomorrow with my Nikon D600, and 85mm prime lens.  The only flash I have is the camera's built-in flash.  I will be about 10' away from my subjects. I have taken similar shots in the past without flash and have been told that my shots would benefit from "fill flash" to brighten the subjects more.  I would like to learn how to achieve this without the photos looking like "they were taken with a flash".  In other words, I would like the photos to appear as...
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I've been noticing something weird with my D750 RAW files when I import them into LR. Initially, when I double click on a file (after import) it'll pop up as a preview and it says "Loading..." at the bottom. There's no histogram (the box says 'calculating...' until it finishes loading). The 'preview' looks fairly good, but once everything is loaded up and the histogram is done processing, the picture dims down a lot... always tends to be underexposed by at least a stop. I took some screen...
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I had an annoying problem today which I have not seen before. After coming back from a trip and uploading my photos to my PC I noticed part of the trip was missing. When I checked on the camera monitor the photos weren't there yet after I had taken the picture I had seen them  appear on the camera monitor as I was checking the shots. I am trying to work out if the problem is with the camera or the memory card. It was new card (32GB sandisk 80mb/s) which I hadn't used before. I am pretty...
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I took the shot below using a FF Nikon D600 w/ 85mm lens at 1/320 and F4.5.  I was about 6 feet from the subjects.   According to the online DOF calculator, my DOF should have been 6 inches.  I think the distance from the lens to the male's eyes is within 6 inches of the distance from the lens to the female's eyes.  Why are the female's eyes (and the rest of her face) out-of-focus? Shallow DOF
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