Nikon D600 24.3 MP Digital SLR Camera - Black (Body Only) (33755)
About this product
|Performance meets style in the Nikon 24.3 MP digital camera. Thanks to its 35.9 x 24.0 mm CMOS sensor, this black Nikon D600 enables you to capture stunning and high-quality images with less noise. Featuring an aperture range of f/5.6, the Nikon 24.3 MP digital camera delivers compelling, well-illuminated images. Moreover, the 3.2-inch LCD display of this Nikon D600 provides superior preview and review capabilities and also helps you line up an error-free shot. With a high-speed USB connector, this SLR camera lets you transfer your images to a computer. What’s more, with 1080p full HD recording, this SLR camera produces a stunningly clear and vivid output.|
|Camera Type||Digital SLR|
|Sensor Resolution||24.3 MP|
|Sensor Size||35.9 x 24.0 mm|
|Lens For SD||Body Only|
|Focus Adjustment||Autofocus & Manual Focus|
|Exposure compensation||-3 EV to +3 EV (in 1/3 EV steps)|
|Light Sensitivity Max||50|
|Memory / Storage|
|Supported Flash Memory||SD Card, SD Memory Card, SDHC Card, SDHC Memory Card, SDXC Card, SDXC Memory Card|
|Viewfinder - Field Coverage||100%|
|Connector Types||USB to computer|
|Digital Video Format||MOV|
|Still Image Format||JPEG, NEF (RAW), RAW + JPEG|
|Max Video Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Additional Features||HDMI, Interchangeable Lenses, USB 2.0|
Most relevant reviews
- mgri4829Feb 2, 2016Verified purchase - USEDby
Great full frame camera
Love it and very easy to use!
- chriscjr712Dec 26, 2015USEDby
The hidden gem of Nikon
The d600 was Nikon's first semi-affordable full-frame DSLR to hit the market, and indeed held it's own with capabilities, weather sealed build, and excellent image quality (the pixel count being one of their highest, even the flagship D4 at $5,000 has less pixels than this camera's 24mp). Everything was set to make this camera a true competitor... and then the shutter issues arose.
Oil spots and dust on images plagued the D600 since the beginning due to a faulty shutter that Nikon, at the time, refused to acknowledge. YEARS later, after this camera had become a known failed model (and Nikon replaced with the wonderful D610) Nikon finally accepted responsibility. They will pay shipping and accept ANY d600 - in warrenty or not - to have a full cleaning, the shutter replaced with the updated working one, and firmware updates... all for free.
Nowadays most people want to get rid of these, simply thinking they are bad models. What that means for buyers is that you can pick one up cheap, send it to Nikon FREE, and a week or so later get a camera with brand new parts in it. Nikon will also clean the d600's sensor for free for life, something no other model or manufacturer has the luxury of. Quite a steal if you ask me.
Five stars considering the price if you're willing to send it in and wait the week.Read full review
- boatman8994Apr 10, 2015by
Great, awesome, easey, DX, FX
Great camera. Went from a D5100 and what a difference. I have been using my DX lens and camera works fine. Just received my first FX Tamron lens and the picture quality is awesome. I would have purchased this in the beginning if I knew the ease of use.
- ctwrmoNov 3, 2015Verified purchase - USEDby
D600 -- get the shutter fixed and you have a great camera
The High Iso performance of this camera is fantastic -- better than my D3s but with more resolution. Much has been written about the 39 focus points but I generally only use a single focus point and had no issues in low light. Image quality is wonderful. I have shot football under the lights, hockey, lacrosse and nature with this camera. After getting the shutter replaced right away I have had no oil spot issues. Battery life is great and it does have a focus motor which makes it compatible with lots of lenses. Dynamic range is very good. Don't be afraid to buy this camera used -- as long as it is not grey market Nikon will replace the shutter.
- ldgphotoNov 22, 2015NEWby
Best image quality for the price.
Firstly, while there have been units of this model (D600) that have had a defective shutter that causes dust and oil spots on the sensor, Nikon offers servicing regardless of warranty status.
Aside from that, this camera includes all the features that a professional would expect of a camera (dual card slots, great low-light performance, decent burst rate) for an amazing price. I purchased this camera for $899 in mint condition, and it should not be too difficult to find more at this price range. 39 autofocus points (9 being cross-type) is enough for many shooting scenarios; and while they are a bit compacted in the center, I've never found myself needing an extra point in any direction.
Overall, I feel like this camera is the single best option for people moving from crop-sensor bodies to full frame DSLR. It offers more features than the comparable (and more expensive) Canon 6D.Read full review