Announced Sep 13, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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My girlfriend asked me to help film her daughter's dance recital. We had two cameras running: her D750 and my D600. I had to borrow a card from her. I just went to pull the video into FCPX and... it's not there. Not on the card that was in my D600. The card was formatted for her D750, and all that's on the card is an empty D750 folder. Every indication from the camera was that the recording went smoothly. No errors, everything looked totally normal. Am I nuts? Is there a way to get the files...
Hey all, I just found a D7000 with 58,XXX accusations, 3 batteries and an ML-L3 remote delivered for 225€/$250. My wife and I enjoy our pair of D5300's, but find them lacking in tough lighting conditions and difficult to change settings on the fly. We do mostly street, family and church event photography. I have a D600 incoming to upgrade one body, and the idea was to eventually upgrade the other to a D7XXX series, giving us lots of flexibility, better control, shared batteries, etc. I know...
I'm trying to shoot double exposure on a timer with a Nikon D600 and a sigma art 24-70. It won't do it. This is a new lens for me and I've done this quite a lot with other lenses, never had a problem. Anyone know why with this lens it refuses to combine the 2 pictures? As soon as I take off the timer it works fine.
By: rebecavelie (1 month ago)
Hi, I'd like to start off by saying that I consider myself to take pretty good care of my Nikon d600. However, today I took it out and shot about 50 photos and noticed I was having trouble switching it to the live preview mode. Then, I got an "err" message on the viewfinder, so I replaced the battery and it continued working fine for a little while. However, the message came back so I tried to clean the lens and body and was able to take a few more photos. Then the err message came back once...
Hey guys, been a long time lurker here and decided to finally join. I bought a new sigma 24-105 f4 today with a spyderlenscal tool and the usb dock. I mounted it to my D600 and I found it front focusing using the spyderlenscal. I ended up putting it up to +20 on each focal length and focus distance at 24,50,70, and 105. I found this kind of weird so I mounted it to a d7000 and with those settings it back focused. I cleared the settings on the lens with usb dock and tried again on the d7000...
By: rrrremus (1 month ago)
Posted to: Nikon SLR Lens Talk
Being a hardware design engineer i cannot imagine the reason that Nikon could not switch the motor type in some new lenses (AF-P type) and not keep compatibility with older cameras. I am not familiar with the electrical connections they use in the mount, but i assume they use a few pins (4 maybe) to keep compatibility with AF type lenses where the lens just reports focal length to the camera. For driving the focus motor and VR they must use at least two pins to power the lens and at least two...
By: SamMenchyk (2 months ago)
This falls under the category "Don't Be Dumb Like Me and Be Smart With Small Parts".. ugh! That said... My LCD was damaged so I replaced it with an after market version. At some point during the swap, the little connector that locks the ribbon cable to the LCD disappeared. As a short term solutions I ended up taping it into place and it worked for a while, but as I expected the tape came loose. I have looked everywhere and have been unable to find this part. I don't even know what its called....
I´m used to shooting bracketed tImelapses with my Magic Lantern compatible Canons. I set the the Interval and the camera waits for the set time, shoots the whole series at once and the process repeats ad infinitum. I know the D600 has a built in intervalometer but i don´t want +2...wait 10 seconds ... 0 ... wait 10seconds... -2 ... which is what my canons did without magic lantern and an external intervalometer. Can the D600 do this? thanks in advance and sorry for making this sound more...
By: Garry Fish (4 months ago)
Hi, Apologies for bringing up a tired old subject but I have recently decided to send my D600 back to Nikon (Uk) because of the oil on the sensor issue. I know the camera is now out of warranty but I'm sure I read somewhere that Nikon were willing to fix the issue even on out of warranty cameras because it was such a widespread problem. I have just received confirmation that they have my camera but unfortunately as it is out of warranty they will need to send me a quote for the repair. If I...
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