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- Great for the price
- Excellent ergonomics
- Not a lot of features, but what it does have is great
- Nikon D600 is a full frame DSLR
- Camera body and lenses are very durable
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Maybe the finest Nikon camera i have ever owned, including N8008, N80, D90, D3100, D5100, D3300, D80. The thing i like about this camera besides all the features is the lenses i bought with my 35mm film cameras are considered full frame fx lenses, which fit and operate perfectly with the D600. I'm n...
Better than expected.
I purchased this camera about 2 weeks ago and have shot one wedding and two portrait sessions on it since receiving. I own the D7000, and have rented the D700 for all my weddings over the past year. I've also used the D700 and D3S while second shooting for other photographers. I didn't purchase one ...
I upgraded from a D5600 to a D7500. What a HUGE difference in quality!
all make photography easier under different conditions and dare I say, more enjoyable. I remember when I jumped from the D40 to the D90, it was a world of difference - access to CLS flash system, more megapickles, more dynamic range, access to AF-D autofocus (that was when there weren't many cheap AF-S lenses yet), better high ISO, etc. and at the time a lot people were telling me it wouldn't make any difference. The jump from the D90 to the D600/D610 was another huge leap and I still am happy and don't need the feel to upgrade.
Shutter oil issues aside - this is a fantastic camera.
Shutter oil issues aside - this is a fantastic camera. I moved to Nikon from the Canon 7D to this. Its night and day. * Focusing - the focus system works almost flawlessly. My Canon I had front and back focus issues. Here, with 6 more megapixels - its more in focus and more details show, the final i...
What is the point of the Z5?
It is a mirrorless counterpart to the D600 cameras which occupy a similar spot in the DSLR lineup vs the more expensive and more featured D750/780 and D8X0 bodies. In terms of image quality, just like with all of Nikon's cameras, there's little to no compromise with the entry level bodies versus the higher line cameras but they have slower shooting speeds, less features and/or less advanced versions of features and may feature more limited controls - that's the trade off for saving ~$1000.
Retired pro on a budget- do i want a D600 or a D3 ?
You also stand a much better chance of finding a "cream puff" D600 than a D3 -- most people who could justify the money for a D3 could do it because they were using it professionally, while lots of D600s probably were purchased as a first real camera and spent a lot of their lives on shelves. No guarantee on that, of course... You also could look for a D610, which, despite the 10 increment, was not a huge step better than the D600 but significantly better. Prices should be within a few dollars of each other.
What can you say about this thing that hasn't already been said? I can't agree more with those who have fallen in love with this camera. Just the other day I was looking through some pictures and was marveling at how far the tech has come since my d70 back in the day. My biggest complaint is that th...