Nikon D600 Q&As
Announced Sep 13, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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I shoot anything and everything ranging from astro and commercial to wildlife. I am a pro photographer and also work on cameras. I currently own the 50 1.8d, and the tamron A007N (24-70 2.8 sp g1), and will probably buy the nikkor afs vr 70-200 and the tamron g2 15-30 2.8 and a few zeiss primes. D850 vs d4/s vs d500. I currently own: a d100, a 150k actuation d3500, a d600, and a k5
I have a number of pieces of Nikon and some Mamiya MF gear I'd like to offload to finance my mirrorless switch, but I'm unsure of where to go. So many places to sell now. Here on dpreview vs ebay for instance. I thought about asking this question on the for sale forum but thought I might get deleted there. Some are Nikon AFS lenses and I'm contemplating my low-use D600 body (I got it about the time my son was born, which meant I took a bunch of pictures early on...then he took up my...
So my dilemma is that, my D7000 isn't doing it for me anymore. After having it little over 3 years, the capabilities of it don't meet what i need on the field. So i started looking around for options. I really liked My Dad's Nikon D3 and how well it handled low light. Its a bulky camera compared to my D7000 and my camera has a lot going for it, like the 16 megapixels or the compact body.So clearly, selling my D7000 and going for a D3 would be a big upgrade (To me). Ive looked at the D600(And...
I normally use a D600 with a Tamron 24-70mm for documenting my furniture with LED lighting. This is good, but I'm wanting a better smaller camera for tripod video and tripod occasional documentation of my making and work. My Sony X100 is great for travelling and has been my choice for video so far. I am quite successful with the use of a tripod and getting into the picture, but a flip-up screen would be helpful and a better quality picture if one of the Fuji smaller cameras would improve...
It's a D600 with a Tamron SP 45mm f/1.8. Calibrated with 'green dot' method for all three distance ranges with Tamron TAP-In console. The AF does OK for accuracy, wide open on close-up objects and things like headshots, but gets very mixed results at focus-critical apertures (1.8-4) on smaller objects at 6'+. Attached examples show an overlay of the single autofocus box, set in the center, where it was confirming focus through the viewfinder when the photos were taken. These are heavily...
For still life, macro, compositing, and scenic. Which is to imply I have no need for refined or fast focusing. 800's 810's are fairly cheap right now but not a big mpx bump from my D600, so I'm looking for min of 40mp. Thinking 850 used prices could slump soon, but might be paying more for the features I dont need rather than the sensor. I could adapt my Nikon lenses to SONY! ?This is a retirement hobby.--Ivan
I recently got a used D600 in great shape. I took some photos after sunset with a Nikon 24-70 2.8g (hoya polarizer attached) and noticed lots of banding in the skies, no matter where I pointed the camera. I shot in RAW 14-bit and at ISO 50. I tried both Adobe RGB and SRGB and no difference. I was wondering if any of you, who own/owned the D600/D610, has experienced noticeable banding in the sky under normal shooting circumstances. For some reason, the banding's a lot less visible when looking...
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