Nikon D600

Announced Sep 13, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
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My D600 goes dead when I set the mode dial to SCENE. It is as if I took out the battery. Both displays go blank and the camera won't respond to any button pushes. If I turn the mode dial again to some other mode, such as P or U1, the camera comes to life again. Is this a faulty mode dial? Or is this something about the SCENE mode that I don't understand? I don't use the SCENE mode very often. I probably had not used it in about a year. But when I tried to use it last month, I got this dead...
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Hi, I'm using a Nikon D7000 since 2012, I normally shoot landscapes and nightsky (milky way / star trails etc). My D7000 is not that great when it comes to taking pictures in dark and higher ISOs. I'm in the market for a new camera. Almost all my lenses are full frame lenses. My budget is $1700, As per the internet researches I did, I can  1. Get a used D600 I saw used D600 is on sale from $650+, but I'm kinda afraid of the sensor oil spill. I dont like the thin grip (I have big hands ;) ) 2....
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Hi I know there were many threads on this topic and I think I have read them all but still cannot come up with the conclusion. Now I am shooting with Nikon D600 + 50 1.8D + 18-55 VR DX lens. I mostly shoot landscapes, cities, portrait, flowers and macro stuff. I am also planning a kid in next two years so some "action" shots will be taken. Lately I got also into video and started to film some of my holiday using Gopro 4 + Gimbal stabilizer. I would love to change my current setup to smaller...
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Hi all,  I'm planning on buying a 24mm prime in the near future, until now I've been completely happy with my numerous Nikon primes, so naturally I was decided on spending some money on the Nikkor 24 1.8G that seems to have very good press accross the internet.  But checking my usual online dealer I found the 24 1.4 Art at the exact same price (800€). The recent Art lenses have very good reviews generally, but I always skipped them before because I was a little worried about the AF...
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I recently upgraded to the Nikon D600.  The one feature that I miss from my D5100 is the ability to rotate the screen.  This was useful when I was taking pictures that were above me head or by my feet—or when I was taking a self-portrait. I am not looking to break the bank with Capture One software.  I don't need to tether camera controls.  All I really want (right now) is a way to extend the screen of the camera to a separate monitor, even to an iphone or ipad. Besides pointing my laptop's...
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A question that may not be easy to answer. I have the Nikon d600 and one of my favourite lens is the 18-35 which is very light. I do a lot of multi day hikes and tend to carry the camera in a Ortlieb waterproof bag on my chest. I noticed if I am walking for more than a day in rain and everything is damp the camera or lens fogs up ruining any pictures. What I am trying to work out is if this is a product of the camera (the D600 being an entry level FF) or the lens (the 18-35 is also entry...
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I own a D810 and a D600. I've owned the 17-35 f2.8 for about four years and while I've really liked it, I'm sensing that it might be time to upgrade. When I shoot my 17-35, something just feels not quite optimum to me, even in the middle of the lens. I'm getting much deeper into landscape work, and I have a nagging sense that the 14-24 will make a considerable difference, not just in the ability to go wider, but in overall sharpness and acuity. I still occasionally shoot film on my Nikon...
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I have had D600 for more than 3 years, and am very happy with it in general. My only concern with it is the AF speed. I do miss shots occasionally because of the AF -- kids and wildlife moving erratically, and similar situations. It is hard for me to say whether it is 99% my poor technique, and 1% D600 fault, or if it is a 50-50 split. When this happens, the little red square on the back screen review often shows that the focus point was in the right spot but the shot is blurry- focus was not...
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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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