Nikon D600 Price
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Nikon D600 Review
?The Nikon D600 is 24.3 megapixels CMOS FX-Format digital SLR camera. It comes with a limited one year warranty. This camera has an advanced level of 1080p HD film recording features. This camera is easy to hold but not as easy as that of the D700. It is less hand-huggable than the D700. The auto focus button is improperly positioned. Unlike in the D700 wherein the button rests at the back part of the camera for easy clicking while busy focusing. The Autofocus button of this D600 is not at its best location. Autofocusing in less lighted areas looks more impressive that of the D700 and D800. Compared with the D700 and D800, this D600 is the cheapest. With a lower selling price than the other two, but that doesn’t mean a lower quality. On the other hand, at this amount, it already costs an arm and a leg compared with other cameras out there, but more or less within the same price range of the Canon L series lenses. At this amount, expectations are very high and shouldn’t disappoint. The 24.3 megapixels resolution FX format CMOS is excellent for capturing details of an image and make it as natural-looking as possible. And with the 1080p, you can shoot HD videos with various frame rates options. The image output of this camera is remarkable. The two SD card slots are very useful. Photos produced by D600’s 24MP are almost the same as that of 35MP. For the exterior, it is not heavy but it is definitely thick. The menu has a lot of options that will surely make the photos well-balanced and natural-looking. Plus the creativity is encouraged by those setting options. Some photo shooters consider the D600 a perfect cam for the non-professionals who want to learn a lot more about photography and be able to produce amazing pics. Most serious photographers, though, consider this D600 a work of magic. When using this camera in the dark, the noise is surprisingly kept at its minimum and the images are amazing. The video performs excellently and the microphone sounds well, too. Well, what can you expect from a camera at this price range but excellence. This camera can do 5.5 frames per second non-stop shooting rate which makes it speedier than the Nikon D800 which can only do 4 frames per second. In video recording, the D600 share the same features of the D800 except for the ability of the latter to fix the aperture while doing a recording. Battery life is longer than expected. The Nikon D600 uses 1900mAh Li-on battery which has a standard life of 900 shots per charge. There are two very obvious drawbacks for the Nikon D600, it’s pricey and there are already some imitations in the market. Due to its very high demand, some manufacturers are tempted to imitate its features at a lower cost. The exterior might look alike, but the quality will never lie. In summary, the Nikon D600 is pricey, something that is hard to deny, even if there are discounts being given away by some camera outlets. It is thick and less comfortable to hold compared to other models. But, the quality of the images it produces is remarkable. It is definitely worth the money.