Nikon D600

Announced Sep 13, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
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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...
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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...
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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?
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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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Hi All,  I recently picked up a D600 knowing about the sensor/oil issues, so I took a photo of the blue sky stopped all the way down.  Are those spots oil on the sensor?  Thanks for any insights! Adam
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I'm currently using a D600. I have AF-L remapped to a front button, so BBF with a front button. Does anyone know a way to remap AE-L? I'm left eye dominant, so for 'BBF' I had to remap AF-L to the front to get focus off the shutter button, but exposure gets reset unless I'm in 'M'.
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I "retired" my D300 in late 2012 when I got my D600. I took the battery out, and stashed it in a camera bag and it's sat there every since. I recently took it out to play around with it, and it wouldn't turn on. I charged both batteries overnight, but the LCDs don't activate when I put it in and it doesn't turn on. Batteries can go bad, so I figured that maybe both died. I just bought a new Wasabi battery on Amazon ($15), charged it up and...same thing.  Any ideas? It seems unlikely that the...
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does Nikon still fix the dust/oils splatter problem on the D600 ? Nikon fix it for free or is there a charge ? Thx !
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(intro: skip to the ******** to get to the question) I do Motorsports photography at my local race track. With the distances I am working with, I find my most used lenses are my 28-70 f/2.8 (really an f/4 as f/2.8 is rubbish) and my 70-200 (recently bought the Tamron G2, love it) As I have two bodies, a D7200, and a D600, I have to decide if I want a 42-105/70-200 combo, or 28-70/105-300 combo. Truthfully said, I appreciate both configurations, and know that depending on where I stand I can...
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Hi everyone I have a D600 for the past 13-14 months which I have used quite extensively for street photography, weddings, and nightlife. This year I'm going to be a primary shooter in some of the weddings while still shadowing as a secondary. I have two prime lenses: 50mm and 85mm. I also have a 35-18mm 4.5 for the wide shots. Working with only 1 body - still manageable was quite difficult. I have opted to buy a new main body: D750. Besides the Wifi, Tilt Screen, and different batteryI would...
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