Nikon D600

Announced Sep 13, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
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I recently upgraded from an entry-level Canon DSLR to a new Nikon D600. I'm sitting on the fence - and somewhat overwhelmed - by my lens options and wonder if you folks could give me some advice. I plan to shoot: Interior "street" photography (I do short stories about people I meet, many of them in stores, working behind counters). For this I'm thinking something fairly wide - 16-24mm?, to tell a story of their surroundings. Hiking with children and dogs. For this I need a bit of a zoom...
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Hi everyone! I have been using a D600 for three years and I love this camera price/quality ration, probably the best ratio in all (I mean ALL) Nikon cameras. Now the question is : I though about getting rid of my second camera (D7000) and give the place to the D600 so I can get a better one as my main camera. The bigger issue I am trying to address with this "upgrade" would be ISO related. I want a bit better performance and less noise at 3200/4000/5000 ISO. Apart from that, I really love the...
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Hi all, I had been using a 17-35 f/2.8 af-s that had developed a squeak over the years and then would stop auto-focusing intermittently till it eventually jammed completely. Coming from a non-Nikon repair center part of the world, I once tried getting an estimate and repair evaluation at Nikon Thailand but was told that I was to wait for 2 weeks and because I was there on business for a few days couldn't leave it there. (a shutter replacement on a D600 took almost 3 months by Nikon...
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Hello! I am very interested in landscape photography. I'd like to hear some opinions of good landscape telezooms for Nikon fx. I have had 70-200 2.8 lenses, but those are not an option, because of size and weight. I like to walk around very lightly, and my current lightweight setup has D600, AF-S 18-35mm, 50mm 1.8g and tamron 70-300mm vc.  My question is that is tamron 70-300 vc sharp enought from edge to edge for good landscape shots, or would I be (much) better off with something else, for...
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I have been using view nx 2 to transfer my images from my d600 to windows 8.1 but it doesn't work with my d850. The d850 icon shows in the source window, but no files are present. Is there any free software from Nikon to solve this problem?
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I was recently in Israel. I had two Nikon cameras with me. A new D850 and my old D600. Unfortunately after I left my hotel room I realised that I had forgotten to take my new memory card that I had gotten for my D850 with me. That meant that the only memory card I had was in the D600. I ended up using the same memory card and swapping it between the two different cameras. I am now so disappointed to find out that when I put the memory card into my computer, I find that not a single image that...
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Hi all, hope everyone is ready for a nice weekend.  I have my SB700 mounted to the hot shoe of my D600 and when I adjust the flash compensation to -3 EV and take a shot, then take another shot at +1 EV, there is no difference is light output.  By the way, for what it's worth, the flash is indicating it's in TTL mode.  Conversely, if I remove the SB700 and use the pop-up flash, flash compensation does indeed work correctly.  Does anyone have any experience with how this?  Any suggestions would...
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Hello. During the last days I had the opportunity to play around with an old Nikon D300. Besides the heavy weight (I'm a m43-user most of the time), some features caught my attention. But I am not sure, if these are exclusively implemented in the Nikon pro-style bodies like D300, D700, D800,.... or if they can be found in other bodies too. So please D600 and D750 owners, could you tell me, if the following features are in your camera? 1. When in manual mode and ISO set to "Auto", exposure...
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Good evening all, Looking to up the quality on my livestreams which I'll also be using for YouTube videos. I have some slightly dated cameras, see title, but wanted to know if they would be okay for livestreaming/continuous recording. I've seen some similar setups over the years and people talking about overheating vs the 29 min 59 sec limits and I'm not sure if that happens with these two if we go for 1080p quality. Also, what hardware would be required for something like this? Typically I...
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Good afternoon all, Looking to up the quality on my livestreams which I'll also be using for YouTube videos. I have some slightly dated cameras, see title, but wanted to know if they would be okay for livestreaming/continuous recording. I've seen some similar setups over the years and people talking about overheating vs the 29 min 59 sec limits and I'm not sure if that happens with these two if we go for 1080p quality. Also, what hardware would be required for something like this?...
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