Announced Sep 13, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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Hi everybody, I am an amateur photographer with Nikon D600 in hand. I wanted to sell my camera to upgrade but buyer wants me to send a raw photo in order to check if my camera has oil spots issue or not. I took a picture on a white surface with manual focus at f22 but not sure if what I see is oil issue or just plain old dust issue. Can you help me with that? Here you can download the NEF file directly from camera: http://www.filedropper.com/dsc5952 Best regards
Hello! I asked a similar question before, so please forgive any redundancy. The answer I got was just a little short of definitive. My question is about Live View on Nikon DSLRs. As I understand Live View for most Nikon models, the image on the LCD screen does not reflect changes in aperture, so you do not see what the image will look like on the LCD screen before you take the picture. But for the D7500, Live View DOES reflect changes in aperture and shutter speed on the LCD screen, so the...
I've been using a Nikon D600 with Tamron SP 24-70 F2.8 and strobe-flash to document my oak furniture. Carefully setting everything for good focus on maybe F11 and 100 ISO with vibration assist off, wood grain has not impressed with the detail I would like. I've recently bought a Sony RX100 and this has surpassed the Nikon in wood detail not using flash. Could the moir(?) filter on the D600 be reducing the focus please? I wish to continue with the much more expensive Nikon if possible for...
By: igzy (3 weeks ago)
Posted to: Nikon SLR Lens Talk
I am off on a much anticipated trip to Europe :D and I would like to travel light. I have D600 and D800, Fuji X-A1, and N1. For lenses, I have Nikkors 35 1.8, 50 1.4, 24-70 2.8, 28-105D and 70-200 2.8, Fujinons 27 2.8 and slow kit 16-50. N1 is not coming. From readings for far, to be light, most advise a wide angle and something fast for low light. I will photo the cityscape in the evenings mostly and some daytime, and there will be some photos of my relatives. I am not into street...
A friend just asked me that he can get a lightly used D600 (less than 5000 shutter actuations) with Nikon 28-105 3.5-5.6 AF-D and Nikon 80-200 4.5-5.6 AF-D lenses for $1,000, would it be a fair price? I have a D600 from the time it came out but I am not familiar with the lenses. I read a few reviews and they are good. Since these are the film era lenses I am not sure if they will work on D600 as good as my 24-85 kit lens and 70-300. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
hello all, i shoot most of time real estate, now with 4 yongnuo manual flashes. the process of regulating power on all light sources is becoming annoying/time consuming, and i'd like to cut set-up time of flashes. i shoot with a7II, d600, and for my personal project in m43. 3 different system if i buy 3 tt350, a -s for sony, another -nikon, another -olympus, will I be able to use all 3 togheter with my 3 system, right now (don't wanna wait for future software updates)? and, if i buy 3 tt685...
hello all, i shoot most of time real estate, now with 4 yongnuo manual flashes. i'd like to be faster and cut set-up time of power output, as the process is becoming annoying/time consuming. i shoot with a7II, d600, and for my personal project in m43. i won't go to full sony till there's reasonably priced lenses, and won't leave Nikon couse i simply enjoy more the srl at the time. so - given m43 it's so small and light and will not leave it- i'm stuck with 3 system. if i buy 3 tt350, a -s...
I've sent my D600 in to Nikon for shutter service (oil spots now appearing on sensor).I can see from UPS tracking that they received it last Thursday. I think I was supposed to receive an email from them when they enter it into their system. I haven't seen an email - and am wondering what a normal delay for this might be.So, have you sent a body in to Nikon? If you have, how long did it take for them to acknowledge receipt?
I've been shooting DX format for a long time, and do a lot of indoor pictures of grandchildren in challenging lighting. I typically use an f:2.8 zoom or F:1.8 prime to make the best of the lighting. Although much of the time I get decent results from this set up, I'm considering the move to full frame format to, I hope get better images under these conditions. Since cost is a major consideration, I've been considering taking the plunge with a D600, but am aware of the shutter related sensor...
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