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Nikon D600 Hands-on Review

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We take a look at Nikon’s latest “cheaper” full-frame DSLR – the D600(http://bit.ly/NikonD600body). How does it fit in between the D7000(http://bit.ly/1scmSeY) …

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  1. DO NOT BUY D600
    The Nikon D600 had a rocky introduction in 2012, with countless users noting that the camera often produces images with dust/oil spots. The company released the D610 a year later that is virtually identical to the D600, but with this issue seemingly corrected. 

    Nowhere though is the D600 having as rough a time as China, were the government has issued an order to Nikon to stop selling the D600 entirely following an investigative report on CCT (China Central Television) that captured dealers trying to avoid refunding money to angry customers. 

    The program, which aired March 15th to correspond with World Consumer Rights Day, showed customers complaining about the image quality from the D600 and dealers attempting to blame dust and smog — despite Nikon's acknowledgement of the issues as being part of the camera’s construction. 

    Nikon had already stopped directly selling the D600 but now will be forced to recall them from dealers in China. This step comes after the company announced in February that it would offer D600 users free inspection, cleaning and replacement of the shutter assembly, even if the warranty has expired. 

  2. Re Oil on sensor.  It's not oil it's dust or particles shedding when shutter is released.  They are  easy to blow away and cleaning agents should not be used.  I clean my sensor with a blower every two weeks and have no image problems.  On a full sized sensor you should do this anyway… I bought my D600 dirt cheap because of this 'problem'.  Be wise and buy the D600 at a discount price it's an amazing camera. 

  3. About the ISO button, with the D5200 and the D3300, you can enter the menus and customise what each of the buttons on the camera do. Surely you could do the same with the D600 and change the bracketing key to ISO and put the bracketing key on something else.

  4. Hello there @DigitalRev TV ! 🙂 Do you know if it is possible to use a remote control to shoot movies with the D600/D610? I don't get it to work. :/ I'd be very thankful for an answer!

  5. Dude, you're awesome. Way to add clever "quipy" entertainment value to an informative review that crushes other camera reviewers out there. I'm suscribing to your channel right now.

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