Nikon D610

Announced Oct 8, 2013 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
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By: celica90 (1 month ago)
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I have attached a heavy crop from one of my recent star shots where the stars seem to be coming out with strange outlines creating a weird bumpy texture. Does anyone know what might be causing this? It was taken with a Nikon D610 and the Saymang 24 f/1.4 at ISO6400, 24mm, f/1.8, 13s
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Hey Guys, I just got my lovely new D500 yesterday. I am still a newbie with this thing. On my D610 I could set the max ISO used with Auto ISO in the menu. For some reason I can't find this on the D500. I figured out how to enable Auto ISO (hold ISO button and spin the front wheel) but I don't know where to set the ISO parameters. Any help would be appreciated. --Bloghttp://iangeglia.wix.com/mysite
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I bought a new Nikon D610 three weeks ago and I notice a rattling or clinking noise coming from the area of the viewfinder or Built-in flash when you move the body front to back and  upwards or downwards. Is this normal ? should I send it to repair ?
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Just wondering if anyone knows, does recording to 2 SD cards cause battery to drain twice as fast?My d610 battery which normally lasts over 1000 shots died in the middle of a shoot after only 150 shots. I had it set to RAW+JPEG, and accidently had a second SD card in the slot which meant 2 Raws and 2 JPEGs and 150 shots recorded 600 files, so I suspect that is the main reason. As well as many of the shots were 1-2 second exposures.But am I right? Does creating double the files cause double...
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Hello, I'm using a Nikon D610, recently I bought a remote control to use it for night photography for long exposure shots. However, i'm facing a problem that I cannot get exposure right from the first time and I have to do trial and error method to make correct exposure. My question is there any cheat sheet or something that can make it easy to get exposure right from the first time ? --500Px - Profile :https://500px.com/kazzaz
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I normally download each day's photos from the Cameras SD card.  Today I noticed the first 47 photos were missing from today's shoot, i.e., there is a gap in the numbering sequence of the card.  Question:  How could a sequence of photos disappear from the card?  I am not aware of any efforts to delete any images during the shoot.  This is the first time I have ever experienced this problem having used the D600/610 cameras for over 4 years.
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So they have a pretty good deal on the D500 right now. Camera plus battery grip for $1800. I currently use D610 + Tamron 150-600mm version 1. For the most part I like the results. It has two issues though. I want to get more pixels on a far away subject. Here is an example: Not a bad picture. Focus was good. Shutter was fast enough but I feel like I am missing some fine detail. This was an aggressive crop. When the bird is close I come away with much better detail. Here is a picture I took...
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I currently use an 18-35 D on my d610 but am a little disappointed with the image quality... Is there anything that might be better for around €300 or less second hand?Also is 18mm considered wide enough on an FX for interior real estate photography? Or should I go wider? Maybe a 14mm prime?
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I find that the number of perceptual megapixels DXOMark says the D800 provides with any given lens is suspiciously low. For example, they say that the Tamron 15-30 provides 24 P-MP on the D800E, but only 15 on the D800. Is it possible that the OLPF cancellation provides this much extra detail? However, they also say that the D610 provides 1 MORE megapixel of detail than the D800 with the same 15-30 lens. I find that hard to believe. Are they just plain wrong, or am I missing something?
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Greetings. I just returned from a week long Florida wildlife photography expedition. During that time, My trusty old Nikon D7000 and Tamron 150-600 G1 were pushed to their limits. My D7000 is coming up on roughly 6 years old, and though it has served me well, it may be time for retirement. I don't like the large amounts of noise I get with the D7000, especially with darker backgrounds. In my search for a replacement, the D750 and D610 seem to be great cameras, especially at the price for...
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