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Nikon D600 : Specifications and Opinions


Nikon D600

The Nikon D600 is a reflex camera with FF (1.0x) sensor and 24.3 megapixels manufactured from 2012 to 2013 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 50 - 25600 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 5.5 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1433 €; 94 users have given it an average vote of 9.4 out of 10.

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 Sensor
 Format   Fullframe, 36 x 24 mm (image ratio 3:2, crop factor 1.0x in comparison with FF)
 Resolution   24.3 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   50 - 25600
 File formats   RAW, JPEG

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/4000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 5 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   P, S, A, M, Scena
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Mount   Nikon F (click here to view al compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   No
 Autofocus (AF areas)   39
 Continuos shooting   5.5 FPS
 Live View   Yes
 MLU/SS   Yes, Mirrok Lock Up
 Dust reduction   Yes
 Video mode   1920x1080p @ 30 FPS / 1280 x 720p @ 60 FPS
 WiFi   No
 GPS   No

 Built and notes
 Touchscreen   No
 LCD   3.2", 640 x 480 pixels, fixed
 Viewfinder   Optical, coverage 100%, 0.70x
 Flash   Yes, guide number 12 meters
 Storage   SD/SDHC/SDXC
 Storage, Slot 2   SD/SDHC/SDXC
 Battery   Li-Ion, Nikon EN-EL15
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   850 g
 Dimensions   141 x 113 x 82 mm
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avatarsenior
sent on December 03, 2018

Pros: Best value for money in the entire FF panorama (other than D700...)

Cons: Obvious handicaps and castrations introduced by the mother on purpose to not cannibalize the market

Opinion: Had, sold to take the d750, then d810, then a7r, then d750 and finally d600 (with Olympus Intermezzo EM1 Mk2). What about, if I came back on this machine after all my laps, in addition to a speech of money, there is also a speech of "not betraying expectations": The machine is a trust allied, the performance are respectable, especially considering that to date, on the market , a FF at €500 or so, with this performance, you don't find it. And his sister d750 costs twice as much, I dare say unsubtly (if you do mostly landscape like me): The dynamic range at low ISO is better in Sister D600. is not an all around, in portraiture his points all concentrated in the center does not help (which is why the substitution), idem the absence of the screen tiltabile, if you feel the lack (I had even the one with the flexible arm on the Canon 600d and the First contact without tilt screen was traumatic). So, in conclusion, if you have reduced finances but you want to give a FF, this is the best solution. Is it worth the jump to the d750? If you need gust and points of MAF less in the center, you, otherwise spare yourselves those €300 and enjoy this without fears!

avatarjunior
sent on January 22, 2018

Pros: Exceptional construction. All the customizations you could wish for. Built-in flash Great file quality, another world compared to the 4/3 sensor.

Cons: Imprectable automatic exposure meter with scenes of high contrast (overexposed even 1 EV!) RnThe AF illuminator does not seem to work at low temperatures (0 ° C) .rnWARNING: the original shutter of the D600 is badly managed, the sensor will soon get dirty with oil . At the time of purchase make sure that it has been replaced or that you can do it for free in assistance (mount the one of the D610, exit just to cover this defect).

Opinion: After 7 years of Olympus (first E-620 and then E-M1 I), and after long searches and hesitations, I enter into the Nikon FF system with the D600, which I chose for the best quality / price ratio at the moment, to pact to buy it used and with the replaced shutter (same as the D610). SO THEREFORE A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE TWO SYSTEMS. Already after making some comparative shots between D600 + 24-120mm f4 and E-M1 + 12-40mm f2.8, I realized that I would never come back. Who cares a bit 'of encumbrance and weight more (but not so much, compared to the E-m1 + 12-40! I was surprised) and to have the stabilizer within the lenses and not within the body. Shooting with a Nikon FF seems to me like removing a veil from things. The wealth of detail, color, shades recoverable from the RAW in post-production has no comparison with the E-M1, which was exceptional even though it had a sensor of 1/4 area. In addition, the Nikon colors have something magical for me (I tried the Sony A7 II, always FF, and I did not like it at all). Of the E-M1 thinkingI no longer regret anything. Maybe it has a slightly better seal at high ISO equivalents (eg 1600 vs 6400 on FF), but with the same filtering, even if there is less noise the detail is lower, in the sense that a file of the D600 zoomed looks like a window, and that of the E-M1 an oil painting, everything is a bit '"smeared". The stabilizer in the body is the real gem of the m4 / 3 system, but having taken the Nikkor 24-120mm f4 I must say that, thanks also to the heavier and therefore more stable body, the vibration resistance is practically at the level of E-M1 (I can even shoot at 1/20 "at 120mm! Just pay attention.) Of course, go around the city with a D600, as with a D850 or a Canon 5D, gives a little 'more in the eye compared to E -M1, but I do not mind showing a photographer's status even if I do not do it for work.And anyway I always keep a small Olympus E-PL3.Then handling the D600 and seeing the thickness of its manual, it is%3B incredible to say but the E-M1 in comparison looks like a toy. Already she had excellent ergonomics, the position of the dials, menu ... but the D600 I like it for usability even more. From the details you understand that it is a much more professional object of the E-M1 (at least, the first version). It does not come off paint, the rubber is of superior quality, the most fluid dial nuts and regulate instantly (small delay on the E-M1), the delay to start at almost non-existent (1/2 s on the E-M1), the customizations (even on car ISO) are many more, the battery lasts longer and you can insert 2 cards. In short, all added value that I did not expect. It has the built-in flash, less performing than the mountable E-M1 but it is a convenience to have it ready immediately and not always forget it at home. Finally, even the proprietary software is infinitely better than Olympus: the available fixes are many more, it is faster and does not go into crash. For me that I do not like Lightroom this is a great thing. As for the D600 itself, I find it exceptional. An object that is a pleasure to hold in your hand (especially if it's as big as mine). I can not make comparisons with other FF bodies yet. I was worried by the judgments that the AF was poor with little light. Well I tell you that it is slightly more accurate than on the same E-M1 plus the 12-40 (we "see" a little better in dim light, and fewer times the hooking fails). For me it is enough, so to speak at night in the city you shoot well. I would not justify the price jump with the D750 (my first choice). If you do not need discretion at the limit there is the AF illuminator. The only negative note of the D600 that I must recognize is that the automatic Matrix light meter is a bit 'inaccurate when there is high contrast (better was that of Olympus). In these cases, under-specs of -0.3 or -0.7 for safety, or you risk burning a lot of detail. However, patience, a littleIn the end, I would recommend to anyone who has reached a certain degree of maturity in photographic technique, and appreciates the dynamic range, colors and detail, and does not suffer tremendously the weight of the equipment, to make the transition inverse to what many do: mirrorless m4 / 3 or APS-C to Nikon full-frame reflex.

avatarjunior
sent on September 10, 2017

Pros: Semi-pro body, raw, battery life, ergonomics and lightness, sight, iso hold

Cons: tilting screen, too close to af point?

Opinion: Taken a few months ago. I managed to find an exceptional (practically new) used in the store that withdrawing my D3300 + two lenses sold me for 50 €! Of course, I had to get two optics to cover the focal points I used the most (I only had 105 sigma, among other things perfect on this machine) but for the rest no regrets. Obviously a cameraman like me could very well stay with the 3300 while being an entry had (he!) An excellent performance but being a fan of astrophysics made my throat a better hold on the iso. The thing that you immediately notice when you switch to a semi pro body is the fast commands (double ring), the second lcd screen, the excellent viewfinder, and in short, all those comfortably functions that an entry level does not have. After some time of use you will not be able to do it any more! I would have preferred to have a tilting screen, and even though it has not perceived the limit, maybe the focal points in some situations might be a problem. Good battery life as well as l% 26 # ergonomics and not excessive weight (for a ff). Raw are exceptional, a pleasure to work in post.

avatarjunior
sent on January 19, 2017

Pros: large machine in all respects

Cons: dirt on the sensor.

Opinion: and 'a good SLR with good fx formed the great af the raw. The downside is that the sensor is cleaned often. The problem partially solved with the replacement of a piece. The 610 d say I do not have this problem with replacing the plug. Solved the problem of dirt is a spectacular car for me, coming from the right format. A different story

avatarjunior
sent on January 13, 2017

Pros: Price, ISO, sharpness

Cons: fps and battery grip

Opinion: Jack used with very few shots and great leap from the D5000 I had. For even at night with a wide angle accessible to all (Samyang 14mm 2.8) I brought home and on National Geographic very great shots. It holds well the ISO high although I always prefer the use of optical light. Battery with great capacity and ergonomics excellent body. I think is the younger sister of the D800. Too bad they have not integrated a battery grip but this perhaps makes it more lightweight and comfortable even for excursions and trips.




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