Full-frame sensor; excellent image quality; video
Excellent image quality, Full feature set, Dual SD card slots, Good performance, especially given its 24 megapixel sensor, Trickle down features from the D800, e.g, advanced video options
Full 1080p video capability, timelapse image sequences are recorded straight into a full HD video file.
Outstanding stills with lush “analog” feel, Excellent lowlight shooting, As sophisticated, flexible as you want it to be
Comfortable control layout, Great grip, Power switch perfectly positioned, Supports older, screw-drive lenses, Mode and Drive dials lock in place, Focuses well in low light, Very high resolution with superb detail, Excellent high ISO performance, Very ...
There's a lot to like in the Nikon D600, including a great set of shooting features, comfortable and intelligent design, and excellent photo quality and performance.
Excellent image quality, price, handling
Compact, full-frame body, Excellent high-ISO quality, Uncompressed 1080p workflow possible, 5,3fps shooting.
Classleading image noise, Classleading dynamicrange, Good coloraccuracy after tweaking, Speedy autofocus, Generally fast and responsive, Ultrashort blackout, Flexible selftimer and exposure delay, Very sharp LCD, Highly customizable with plenty of control
Price is a little high for the target market Share & EnjoyTweet Author: Rob Sylvan
Slow AF in Live View, Smaller AF coverage (compared to D800), Dual SD card slots vs. CF/SD, WiFi andGPSrequire optional accessories (vs. the Canon 6D)
Inability to control lens aperture during recording, Autofocus coverage area may annoy a few, not as affordable as you may think
Even “affordable” fullframe cameras are still very expensive, Heavy, bulky, Delivers quality movies but not the finest available
Dust and oil-spatter problem (may go away with time), Second function button oddly placed, Phase-detect AF points are limited to the center of the frame, Moiré can be a problem in certain circumstances, Zooming in greater than 100% in Live view ...
Resolution drops to 10.5 MPix in DX mode, No exposure control during movie recording, Bracketing limited to 3 frames, Wifi and GPS are separate accessories.
Photos display some unrecoverable clipping in the highlights that you don't expect in a camera of its caliber.
AF points biased towards the centre of the frame
No GPS, Wi-Fi, or PC Sync socket, Compressed control layout, Must initiate autofocus manually during video recording.
Underexposure more frequent than usual, Light entering OVF skews metering, Increased softness at ISO 3200, Strong antialias filter, EC button placement not ideal, Indistinct ISO button, Poor Liveview, not ExposurePriority, Bizarre Auto ISO, Exposure Delay
By Stuff.tv on May 01, 2013
A feature-packed full-framer that’s ready and willing for action...100
By Photo Answers on April 08, 2013
Kit price: £2084 Effective resolution: 24.3MP Sensor type: 35.9x24mm CMOS (full-frame) Autofocus: 39 focus points ISO range: 100-6400 (expandable to 50-25,600) Metering: TTL using 2016-pixel RGB sensor LCD: 3.2in 921k dots Viewfinder: 100% Shooting...100
By Layers Magazine on March 21, 2013
Full-Frame DSLR Nikon carved out a new niche with the release of the Nikon D600, which targets new-to-intermediate DSLR users who want a full-frame (FX) sensor camera but don’t need all the features and functions of a pro-level DSLR. I’ve...80
By Steves Digicams on March 18, 2013
By Josh Fate The Nikon D600 is entering a bit of new territory, giving their FX-format Full-Frame shooters the option of a smaller, lighter camera body with the image quality, sensitivity and performance of their larger, professional series of dSLR...-
By ePHOTOzine on February 26, 2013
The Nikon D600 and Canon EOS 6D are some of the most affordable full-frame sensor (ie the same size as 35mm film) cameras available. Here we compare the two cameras in our quick comparison review. We have reviewed them, previously, so for full...-
By DigitalCameraReview on February 23, 2013
The Nikon D600's release (along with that of the Canon 6D) has made full-frame shooting available to a broader market than ever before. This is particularly important for Nikon users since photographers with DX cameras don't have to buy new...90
By camerastuffreviewcom on February 20, 2013
At the press conference, Nikon gave a very apt description for the this camera: a camera with the body of the Nikon D7000, the sensor of the Nikon D3X and the video of the Nikon D800. The target group for this camera includes advanced amateur...88
By Stuff.tv on February 17, 2013
Nikon may have chosen not to reposition the D600 in its pro line-up, but there's nothing remotely amateur about the way this camera looks and feels. Everything about it is sturdy and solid, with the screen protector on the main LCD especially...100
By tbreak.ae on December 26, 2012
Nikon really pulled a number here with this model. The D600 is a really great camera that’s got most of the options that a serious enthusiast would want, doesn’t weigh too much and gives spectacular image detail. Despite the lack of...90
By Digital Trends on December 18, 2012
This is hands-down one of the best DSLRs we've ever tested. Picture quality is simply great, with accurate colors that really pop. You can enlarge a nicely exposed shot 100 percent and spend hours pixel-peeping, appreciating all the detail. Noise is...90