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Nikon D5300 and D610 coming early next week - Inferse

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Inferse Nikon D5300 and D610 coming early next week Inferse On the other hand, the DSLR namely the Nikon D610 would be an upgrade of the Nikon D600 launched in September last year, whose sensor, unfortunately, tends to get dirty easily by...
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Nikon D600 vs. D800E high ISO samples

Nikon D600 vs. D800E high ISO samples | Nikon D600 & D800 | Scoop.it

Posted by Nikon Rumors on September 30, 2012

 

"I had the chance to play with the Nikon D600 for few hours. Here are some high ISO comparisons between the D600 and the D800E:"

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Confirmed: the sensor inside the Nikon D800 is made by Sony

Confirmed: the sensor inside the Nikon D800 is made by Sony | Nikon D600 & D800 | Scoop.it

Posted by Nikon Rumors on August 29, 2012

 

Chipworks confirmed that the 36MP sensor (IMX094AQP) inside the Nikon D800 is made by Sony. The interesting part is that Sony decided to use a 24MP chip inside their upcoming top of the line A99 full frame camera that will be priced at $2,800.

 

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Mastering the Nikon D800 - Free eBook Share

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eBook Free Download: Mastering the Nikon D800 | PDF, EPUB | ISBN: 1937538052 | 2012-08-29 | English | PutLocker

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Mastering the Nikon D800 by Darrell Young provides a wealth of experience-based information and insights for owners of the new D800 camera. Darrell is determined to help the user navigate past the confusion that often comes with complex and powerful professional camera equipment.

This book explores the features and capabilities of the camera in a way that far surpasses the user’s manual. It guides readers through the camera features with step-by-step setting adjustments; color illustrations; and detailed how, when, and why explanations for each option. Every button, dial, switch, and menu configuration setting is explored in a user-friendly manner, with suggestions for setup according to various shooting styles.

Darrell’s friendly and informative writing style allows readers to easily follow directions, while feeling as if a friend dropped in to share his knowledge. The learning experience for new D800 users goes beyond just the camera itself and covers basic photography technique.

 

Table of Contents

 

1 Camera Setup and Control Reference
2 Playback Menu
3 Shooting Menu
4 Custom Setting Menu
5 Setup Menu
6 Retouch Menu
7 My Menu and Recent Settings
8 Metering, Exposure Modes, and Histogram
9 White Balance
10 Autofocus, AF-Area, and Release Modes
11 Live View Photography
12 Movie Live View
13 Speedlight Flash

 

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New Nikon D600 Firmware Update Could Make It the Best Bang for Your Buck Full-Frame DSLR, by Joe Marine (3 videos)

New Nikon D600 Firmware Update Could Make It the Best Bang for Your Buck Full-Frame DSLR, by Joe Marine (3 videos) | Nikon D600 & D800 | Scoop.it

Posted by Joe Marine on November 10, 2012

 

"Nikon introduced the D600 back in September, shortly after Sony gave us a number of new cameras. In terms of full-frame DSLRs, only the aging 5D Mark II and the new Canon 6D are anywhere near the price range of the $2,100 D600. Unfortunately, Nikon released the camera without the ability to change the aperture in live view. While this isn’t a deal-breaker for those with manual lenses, if you want to use new automatic lenses, it’s a real problem. Another issue for filmmakers is that the camera does not display a full picture in live view in order to make full use of recording the HDMI output. A new firmware update, however, may fix these issues and make the D600 a contender."

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Nikon D600 Preview Updated with Resolution and Menu pages at dpreview

Nikon D600 Preview Updated with Resolution and Menu pages at dpreview | Nikon D600 & D800 | Scoop.it

Posted by dpreview on October 23, 2012

 

"Updated: We've just added our resolution and menu pages to our hands-on preview of the Nikon D600. These latest pages have been added to the preview as we work towards the full review. Our final analysis of the D600's image quality will come later, but for now, click through to see for yourself how Nikon's newest 24MP DSLR performs against our resolution chart in both JPEG and Raw modes."

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Nikon D600 teardown, by the iFixit staff

Nikon D600 teardown, by the iFixit staff | Nikon D600 & D800 | Scoop.it

Posted by Nikon Rumors on November 8, 2012

 

"The website ifixit.com published their detailed instructions and pictures on how to teardown a Nikon D600 camera. Here is their conclusion:"

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Nikon D600 Preview Updated with Noise & Noise Reduction Samples (RAW)

Nikon D600 Preview Updated with Noise & Noise Reduction Samples (RAW) | Nikon D600 & D800 | Scoop.it

Posted by Digital Photography Review on October 4, 2012

 

"Updated: We've just added a noise and noise-reduction page to our hands-on preview of the Nikon D600. We've got a production sample D600 in the office, and over the coming weeks we'll be adding test pages to the preview as we move towards the publication of a full review. Our final analysis of the D600's image quality will come later, but for now, click the link below to see for yourself how Nikon's newest DSLR measures up to its competitors in terms of noise in both JPEG and Raw mode."

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Nikon D800 - Full Frame DSLR Review - LifeGoesStrong

Nikon D800 - Full Frame DSLR Review
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When it's time to move up to a full frame professional quality camera I highly recommend Nikon's D800. If you've used other Nikon cameras in the past, the D800 will be familiar.
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Rumor: Nikon to Release D610 to Address the D600′s Sensor Speck Issues via @PetaPixel @ Weeder

Rumor: Nikon to Release D610 to Address the D600′s Sensor Speck Issues http://t.co/MqCTkisuPO #photography #arts #photography
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Complete Nikon D800 review by Cameralabs (11 videos)

Complete Nikon D800 review by Cameralabs (11 videos) | Nikon D600 & D800 | Scoop.it

Posted by Gordon Laing on August 13, 2012

 

... "The D800 also supports movies with the DX crop, effectively reducing the field of view by 1.5x without any loss of resolution, providing a handy boost in magnification. Interestingly the 1:1 crop mode of the D4 is missing here, but that's the only real difference between these two models in terms of movie feature sets. Sure, the sensors on both cameras sport different resolutions which may have an impact on the down-sampling quality to video, but to all intents and purposes the only movie feature the D4 has which the D800 hasn't is the 1:1 crop mode which on that model has a 2.7x field reduction.

 

This is a great marketing message for the D800: like the D4's movies? Get them for half the price with the D800! But while I appreciate the headphone jack, uncompressed HDMI output and fine aperture control, the actual movie resolutions and frame rates aren't any different to what Canon's been offering for years. I can't be the only one who's disappointed not to find 1080p at higher frame rates like 50 and 60p, allowing slow motion effects. The latest AVCHD standard supports 1080p at 50p and 60p with decent bit rates and has already been implemented for some time on Sony's SLT and NEX cameras, not to mention a number of compacts too, so it's a shame to find it missing on Nikon's flagship 2012 DSLRs. That said Canon's EOS 5D Mark III didn’t take the opportunity to offer 1080p at anything above 30fps either."

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Read also Nikon D800 verdict and comparison to Canon EOS 5D Mark III and Nikon D4.

 

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Nikon D600 vs Nikon D800 noise (jpeg files)

Nikon D600 vs Nikon D800 noise (jpeg files) | Nikon D600 & D800 | Scoop.it

Posted by Cameralabs on September 24, 2012

 

"Results here using in-camera JPEG files. RAW comparisons to follow as soon as D600 is supported in ACR.

To compare noise levels under real-life conditions I shot this scene with the Nikon D600 and D800 within a few moments of each other using their best quality JPEG settings and at each of their ISO sensitivity settings.

Each camera was fitted with the same Nikkor AF-S 35mm f1.4 lens, set to f8 in Aperture Priority mode. Both were using their standard processing styles and White Balance was set manually to 3130K. Active D-Lighting was disabled.

I shot this sequence in RAW+JPEG mode and you can see my RAW comparison of the same images just as soon as the D600 is supported in Adobe Camera RAW."

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Photographer performs sensor surgery to turn his DSLR into a black ...

Photographer performs sensor surgery to turn his DSLR into a black ... | Nikon D600 & D800 | Scoop.it
Trying to get your sensor as sharp as humanly possible seems to be a major theme in photography these days. Manufacturers produce the likes of the Nikon D800E, with its removed anti-aliasing filter for sharper images, ...

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Nikon D600 vs. D800 specifications comparison

Nikon D600 vs. D800 specifications comparison | Nikon D600 & D800 | Scoop.it

Posted by Nikon Rumors on September 16, 2012. Image by iamron.com

 

"Here is a quick comparison between Nikon D600 and D800 full frame DSLR cameras based on the specifications listed on Nikon's website:"

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Nikon D600 In-Depth Review @dpreview

Nikon D600 In-Depth Review @dpreview | Nikon D600 & D800 | Scoop.it

Posted by dpreview on November 13, 2012

 

"Nikon officially announced the long-rumored and much-leaked D600 a week before the Photokina trade show in September. The D600 is a full-frame DSLR aimed at enthusiasts, with a price to match. At a body only price of $2099/£1955, the 24MP D600 is significantly cheaper than its big brother the D800, and on a par with Canon's recently announced 21MP full-frame EOS 6D.

 

The D600 - which offers similar build quality and operational ergonomics as the popular DX-format D7000 - is a significant camera, even with the Canon EOS 6D arriving hot on its heels. The D600 matches or exceeds the pixel count of every other full-frame DSLR bar one (the D800) at a pricepoint which puts it within the reach of many enthusiasts. For those of us who've been covering the industry for a while, it's sobering to remember that the first full-frame DSLR, the Canon EOS 1Ds, was announced almost a decade ago. It doesn't seem like so long ago that full-frame was the holy grail of consumer digital imaging, promising liberation from crop factors once and for all, and a return to a simpler time where a 24mm lens actually was a 24mm."

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Inside the Nikon D600, by Chipworks

Inside the Nikon D600, by Chipworks | Nikon D600 & D800 | Scoop.it

Posted by Chipworks on November 26, 2012

 

"The DSLR market is hopping these days as buyers bounce between “good enough and convenient” on their smart phone to “great and worth lugging around” for their main camera. The digital still cameras (DSC) that sit in the middle of the market are hurting with falling sales, but that is a subject for another story.Overall, the industry has stepped-up the premium category with mirrorless designs, specialty formats, and lower-priced DSLRs. The Nikon D600 sits at the higher end of this trend and is a full frame (FX) camera and it touches the enthusiast buyer with a price point around $2,000.


Taking apart the shell you see that a typical DSLR is a very complex piece of electronics and machinery. When you compare it to a typical smart phone sensor (that would fit in the viewfinder) you can clearly see the difference and understand what you are buying on a visceral level.To wrap-up the intro, we apologize to the fine folks at Henry’s Photography for ignoring their sticker that offers their excellent training classes (at picture at right). Sorry – we aren’t going to need photography classes for this camera."

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Comparison table between the Nikon D600, Nikon D700, Nikon D7000 and Nikon D800/D800E

Comparison table between the Nikon D600, Nikon D700, Nikon D7000 and Nikon D800/D800E | Nikon D600 & D800 | Scoop.it

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