First Impressions: Nikon D600

Published Date
20 - Sep - 2013
| Last Updated
31 - Jan - 2018
First Impressions: Nikon D600

full frameWhere to buy 4300 115500 cameras have been the fine line that divided amateurs/hobbyists from serious professionals for the longest time. Mostly, it was due to the fact that an amateur would have a hard time justifying the usually skyscraper-high price tag of a full frame. The professional, however, could easily shell out that kind of money, because the quality (and the work requirement) justified it.

However, there is now a new movement. A movement to put the prowess of a pro-grade camera into the hands of serious hobbyists (or professionals who are tight on funds). The new trend is marked by the Nikon D600, a “budget” full frame DSLR from Nikon that was announced on September 13.

Probably the worst kept secret in the history of photography product launches, the D600Where to buy 339 349 450 packs in a sweet 24 megapixel full frameWhere to buy 4300 115500 sensor. If you’re a number junkie, that’s 2 whole megapixels more than Canon’s 5D MarkIII and 3 more than the 5D MarkII, which can be had for about the same price as the D600, but it is an old camera.

The Nikon D600Where to buy 1199 1590 1595 has a lot going for itself. What we like so far:

  • Solid magnesium alloy build with weather sealing.
  • 24 megapixel full frameWhere to buy 4300 115500 sensor with excellent dynamic range.
  • 5.5 frames per second burst mode. A little slow, but enough for casual shooting.
  • Comfortable grip.
  • 39 AF points with 9 cross type.

What we do not like about the Nikon D600Where to buy 1199 1590 1595 so far:

  • The camera has uneven weight distribution. It tends to dip towards the left quite heavily.
  • Dual SD-Card slots. We’d have liked to see at least one CF card slot.
  • No USB 3.0

We’re going to be putting the Nikon D600Where to buy 1199 1590 1595 a lot of testing in the coming few days, so stay tuned for our in-depth review of this new budget full frameWhere to buy 4300 115500 DSLR that is set to change a lot in the photography world.






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