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Nikon D 600

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Fairwayphotos
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Message posted at 01/08/2013, 20:28:18 PM by Fairwayphotos
I'm thinking about upgrading to the Nikon D600. Anyone out there with any feedback. I took a look at the D800, but just can't justify the cost or the amount of pixels I'd be clogging up my storage with.




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Digikhmer
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Message posted at 01/09/2013, 08:07:10 AM by Digikhmer
Before upgrading to D600, I advise you to have a look on the dust problem that the D600 generate itself after an among of shoots. Its seems that Nikon did not fixed it yet.
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Parisvas
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Message posted at 01/09/2013, 09:03:18 AM by Parisvas
I asked myself the same question and really didn't find any reason to move from my D700 to the D600. Double the D700's resolution in FX is not a valid reason IMHO.

For equal mpxs I would prefer a DX camera that could offer me 1.5 moltiplication (for macro and nature photos).


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Adeliepenguin
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Message posted at 01/10/2013, 18:19:57 PM by Adeliepenguin
I am curious as to your reasons for upgrading to the D600 from the D700 (Your profile indicated your are currently shooting a D700, I believe)? What are you looking to improve upon?
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Fairwayphotos
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Message posted at 01/11/2013, 19:59:11 PM by Fairwayphotos
Mostly dynamic range and image detail quality. I do a lot of golf course photography that ends up enlarged and displayed in the clubhouses. Of course the money shots are early am and late pm and I' not a huge fan of HDR.
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Adeliepenguin
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Message posted at 01/11/2013, 22:32:03 PM by Adeliepenguin
Ahhhh-makes sense. I "invested" in the D800 last year and am totally in love. I really don't know what to do with so many pixels, but the way it handles noise, dynamic range, etc. is incredible. I haven't heard much on the D600, except some have said it handles noise more like a D7000. So you might want to take a memory card into a camera shop and try out both, to compare the differences.
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Fairwayphotos
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Message posted at 01/12/2013, 20:13:48 PM by Fairwayphotos
Hunts photo tells me the processor on the 600 is the same as the 800 and the low light ability is equal. I hope to try a friends 800 before I make the decision. Thanks everyone for the input
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