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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | System chart - Nikon D600
    System chart Lens Compatibility Parts and controls System chart Can be downloaded from Google Play or App Store free Blue lettering Accessories dedicated to movie shooting Green lettering Accessories dedicated to still image shooting Black lettering Accessories compatible with both movies stills Supplied accessories Non Nikon products Digital SLR Cameras Line Up D4S D4 D3X D3S Df D810 D810A D800 D800E D750 D610 D600 D300S D7200 D7100 D7000 D90 D5500

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Still Images - Nikon D600
    14 bit Lens AF S NIKKOR 24 70mm f 2 8G ED Sample Images 4 Photographer Florian Schulz Original data size JPEG 12 5 MB Note This image is taken in RAW and converted to JPEG with Capture NX 2 Shutter speed 1 800 second Aperture f 8 Focal length 800mm Exposure mode Aperture Priority Auto Exposure metering 3D Color Matrix Metering II Sensitivity ISO 800 White balance AUTO 1 Picture control Standard Image quality RAW 14 bit Lens AF S NIKKOR 200 400mm f 4G ED VR II AF S TELECONVERTER TC 20E III Sample Images 5 Photographer Florian Schulz Original data size JPEG 3 63 MB Shutter speed 1 200 second Aperture f 11 Focal length 16mm Exposure mode Manual Exposure metering 3D Color Matrix Metering II Sensitivity ISO 200 White balance Direct sunlight Picture control Standard Image quality JPEG Fine 8 bit Lens AF Fisheye Nikkor 16mm f 2 8D Sample Images 6 Photographer Florian Schulz Original data size JPEG 3 73 MB Shutter speed 1 2 second Aperture f 11 Focal length 24mm Exposure mode Manual Exposure metering 3D Color Matrix Metering II Sensitivity ISO 100 White balance AUTO 1 Picture control Standard Image quality JPEG Fine 8 bit Lens PC E NIKKOR 24mm f 3 5D ED Sample Images 7 Photographer Florian Schulz Original data size JPEG 11 5 MB Note This image is taken in RAW and converted to JPEG with Capture NX 2 Shutter speed 25 second Aperture f 2 8 Focal length 15mm Exposure mode Manual Exposure metering 3D Color Matrix Metering II Sensitivity ISO 3200 White balance Color temperature 3 030 K Picture control Standard Image quality RAW 14 bit Lens AF S NIKKOR 14 24mm f 2 8G ED Sample Images 8 Photographer Florian Schulz Original data size JPG 10

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Compact, lightweight, durable body - Nikon D600
    release button enabling the start of movie recording from movie live view with a slight finger movement thus keeping the camera stable to prevent camera shake Improved grip holding With a deeper and vertically longer grip stable holding is achieved despite a compact and light body Furthermore rubber material is employed for the thumb rest space attaining an optimized design to ensure reliable holding These factors achieve a comfortable fit for the hands of as many people as possible Dust preventing weather resistant interface covers The interface cover for the headphone connector USB connector accessory terminal etc is divided into three to ensure dust prevention and weather resistance for the separate interface sections Base patterns effective for vertical shooting The D600 incorporates anti slip patterns on the base of the body which realize an extra sure grip when shooting vertically on a tripod Newly developed glass pentaprism optical viewfinder with approx 100 frame coverage that enables a grid line display The D600 s optical viewfinder features approx 100 frame coverage that enables confirmation of the entire large image area of FX format for precise composition And approx 0 7x magnification allows easy viewing of all the visual elements including the viewfinder information display The frame coverage and magnification are the same as those of the D4 and D3 series realizing comfortable shooting when using the D600 as a sub camera In addition grid lines can optionally be placed across the viewfinder in FX format a feature that is convenient for composition in landscape or architectural shooting 50mm f 1 4 lens at infinity 1 0 m 1 SD memory card double slots compatible with high speed SDXC UHS I standard The D600 supports SDXC UHS I standard Combined with the enhanced speed of the image processing engine EXPEED 3 it processes and writes image data of 24 3 megapixels at high speed In high speed continuous shooting the number of available shots 1 is 100 frames in JPEG 2 and 16 frames in RAW lossless compressed 14 bit Also Eye Fi card on the market that allows wireless transmission of the taken images from a camera to a PC is supported Moreover a variety of recording options is available Overflow Backup and RAW primary JPEG secondary recording that lets you record RAW data and JPEG data separately to each card What s more you can copy images between the two memory cards In addition when shooting D Movie clips you can select the slot according to the remaining capacity 1 With an 8 GB San Disk SDHC UHS I card SDSDXPA 008G J35 Under test conditions established by Nikon The value may vary according to shooting conditions The maximum number of exposures that can be stored in memory buffer at ISO 100 Drops if optimal quality is selected for JPEG compression ISO sensitivity is set to Hi 0 3 or higher or long exposure noise reduction or auto distortion control is on 2 Excludes JPEG fine Large in FX format

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | High basic performance - Nikon D600
    This is most suitable for stationary subjects for example when you want to focus on your subject s eyes in a character portrait Dynamic area AF mode 9 points Dynamic area AF mode Suitable for a moving subject The camera will focus based on information from surrounding focus points if the subject briefly leaves the selected point Dynamic area AF allows you to choose from 9 21 or 39 points In each mode the selected AF point and the surrounding points cover a wide area to keep your subject in sharp focus combining with AF C continuous servo AF of autofocus mode 9 points Used when there is time to compose the photograph or for subjects that are moving predictably and can be easily framed with the selected focus point 21 points Suitable for a randomly and unpredictably moving subject 39 points Suitable when photographing subjects that are moving quickly and cannot be easily framed with the selected focus point 3D tracking mode The camera tracks the subject using all 39 points This is ideal for shooting subjects that are moving erratically from side to side in a creative composition Once the subject is focused with a selected focus point the camera maintains tracking of the subject by automatically shifting among focus points according to the subject s movement while the shutter release button is pressed halfway By utilizing subject tracking of the Scene Recognition System the D600 recognizes fine patterns of the subject s color and brightness that are tracked with selected focus point to achieve highly accurate and stable subject tracking Auto area AF mode Auto area AF mode The camera identifies and focuses the subject automatically using all 39 focus points With a G or D type AF NIKKOR lens the D600 can distinguish foreground and background and detects a person s position by recognizing human skin tone for improved subject acquisition High speed continuous shooting at approx 5 5 fps in both FX and DX formats for up to 100 shots that captures the decisive moment The D600 achieves high speed performance by employing an exclusive driving mechanism that drives the mirror independently Combined with the enhanced speed of the image processing engine EXPEED 3 high speed continuous shooting at approx 5 5 fps 1 in both FX and DX formats for up to 100 shots 2 is realized Using dynamic area AF allows you to capture the decisive moment of a moving subject more precisely Start up time is only approx 0 13 s 1 and release time lag is approx 0 052 s 1 which is close to the approx 0 042 s 1 of the D4 The shutter release button and power switch are coaxially located realizing smooth transition from turning on the camera to releasing the shutter while the grip shape does not hinder finger movement All of this contributes to quick and comfortable shooting helping you to capture unexpected photo opportunities 1 Based on CIPA Guidelines 2 JPEG excluding fine Large

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Superior operability - Nikon D600
    view photography is dedicated to still image shooting with the same aspect ratio as the viewfinder And the speed of contrast detect AF is equivalent to that of the D4 and D800 series In live view it is possible to magnify images up to approx 19x to check the exact focus Also metering in live view is adjusted to suit the live view display producing photographs with exposure close to what is seen in the monitor Live view selector Movie record button For movie live view the D600 incorporates dedicated exposure controls that enable smooth exposure transitions even if the brightness of the scene varies drastically The setting information display is switched to either that for still images or movies according to the selected live view Also you can shoot still images in 16 9 aspect ratio by pressing the shutter release button during movie live view or movie recording Movie recording will end and the footage recorded up to that point will be saved Contrast detect AF that enables sharp focusing The D600 s enhanced contrast detect AF speed is equivalent to that of the D4 and D800 series During live view and movie recording high speed and sharp focusing is realized Selectable autofocus modes include single servo AF AF S suitable for still image shooting and full time servo AF AF F for movie shooting Also from four AF area modes you can select the most appropriate mode according to your subject Contrast detect AF allows you to focus anywhere within a frame to expand your creative freedom Normal area AF AF area modes Face priority AF Suitable for focusing on a person s face such as for a commemorative photo Up to 35 faces can be detected When multiple faces are detected the camera will focus on the subject recognized to be the closest Alternatively you can choose a different face in the frame with the multi selector Wide area AF For handheld shooting of landscape shots The focus point can be moved to the desired position within a frame Normal area AF Since the focus point is smaller than that of the wide area AF it is ideal for tripod shooting to achieve a pin point focus in close up shots The focus point can be moved to the desired position within a frame Subject tracking AF Suitable for a moving subject After focus is locked with the center button of the multi selector the focus point tracks the subject s movement Virtual horizon that can detect inclination in rolling and pitching directions The in camera virtual horizon can detect both rolling horizontal inclination and pitching forward or rear inclination directions and display the inclination of the rolling and pitching directions on the LCD monitor and rolling direction in the viewfinder This function is especially useful when shooting subjects such as still lifes landscapes and architecture LCD monitor display Viewfinder display Quiet shutter release mode The quiet shutter release mode is suitable when you want to

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | D-Movie - Nikon D600
    DX lenses gives you much more creative expression The aspect ratio of movies is 16 9 whichever format is selected FX based movie format Lens AF S NIKKOR 200 400mm f 4G ED VR II DX based movie format Lens AF S NIKKOR 200 400mm f 4G ED VR II Sound control with various options Headphones in the image above are a product of another manufacturer The D600 incorporates an external microphone terminal If you attach the compact ME 1 Stereo Microphone optional you can record clear sound while significantly reducing mechanical noise Moreover the D600 employs a headphone terminal that lets you effectively monitor audio with optional stereo headphones The audio level can be finely adjusted in 30 steps While the sound level indicators on an LCD monitor offer visual confirmation of audio level during movie live view and the microphone sensitivity can be controlled precisely in 20 incremental steps Note Microphone sensitivity and headphone volume cannot be changed during movie recording Flicker reduction function This function reduces flicker effects and vertical lines that may occur on a screen under artificial lighting such as fluorescent or mercury lamps during live view or video recording The auto mode in the flicker reduction menu can automatically identify the flicker frequency to ensure appropriate exposure control that causes less flicker Manual selection of 50 Hz and 60 Hz is also available when needed Time lapse photography that reproduces time transition at high speed Time lapse photography lets you shoot automatically at designated intervals and save as a movie to replay slow moving activity at high speed Without complicated calculation or editing you can simply set shooting interval and time on the menu display to generate a movie within the camera from 24 to 36 000 times faster than regular playback You can record a dramatic sequence of natural phenomena such as the flow of clouds movements of stars the blooming of flowers or cars and people coming and going in a city scene Note Movie files of time lapse photography will be saved in 16 9 aspect ratio Lens AF S NIKKOR 24mm f 1 4G ED Index marking convenient for in camera movie editing Progress bar with indices The D600 allows you to choose the role played by the preview button during movie live view via custom menu If Index marking is set you can add indices at important frames during movie recording to locate the frames quickly in later stage in camera editing Indices are indicated along with the progress bar which is easy to confirm visually Simultaneous display of movie and movie live view output on external monitors via HDMI The external monitor is a product of another manufacturer The D600 employs an HDMI mini pin connector Simultaneous display on an LCD monitor and external monitor is available In movie live view it is possible to output in the same resolution as the recording size of the movie max 1 920 x 1 080 In movie recording or movie

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  • I AM THE D500 | Nikon
    greater range of situations OVERVIEW 10 fps up to 200 shots High speed continuous shooting at approx 10 fps for up to 200 shots 14 bit lossless compressed RAW means you don t miss fleeting moments This image was created by combining consecutive shots using third party software OVERVIEW DX agility Unique benefits of DX format compact lightweight system offers outstanding agility with telephoto advantage OVERVIEW 4K UHD 4K UHD

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Nikon D500
    ISO sensitivity Recommended Exposure Index ISO 100 to 51200 in steps of 1 3 1 2 or 1 EV can also be set to approx 0 3 0 5 0 7 or 1 EV ISO 50 equivalent below ISO 100 or to approx 0 3 0 5 0 7 1 2 3 4 or 5 EV ISO 1640000 equivalent above ISO 51200 auto ISO sensitivity control available Active D Lighting Auto extra high high normal low or off Focus Autofocus Multi CAM 20K autofocus sensor module with TTL phase detection fine tuning and 153 focus points including 99 cross sensors and 15 sensors that support f 8 of which 55 35 cross sensors and 9 f 8 sensors are available for selection Detection range 4 to 20 EV ISO 100 20 C 68 F Lens servo Autofocus AF Single servo AF AF S continuous servo AF AF C predictive focus tracking automatically activated according to subject status Manual focus M Electronic rangefinder can be used Focus point 153 focus points of which 55 or 15 are available for selection AF area mode Single point AF 25 72 or 153 point dynamic area AF 3D tracking group area AF auto area AF Focus lock Focus can be locked by pressing shutter release button halfway single servo AF or by pressing the center of the sub selector Flash Flash control TTL i TTL flash control using RGB sensor with approx 180K 180 000 pixels i TTL balanced fill flash for digital SLR is used with matrix center weighted and highlight weighted metering standard i TTL fill flash for digital SLR with spot metering Flash mode Front curtain sync slow sync rear curtain sync red eye reduction red eye reduction with slow sync slow rear curtain sync off auto FP high speed sync supported Flash compensation 3 to 1 EV in increments of 1 3 1 2 or 1 EV Flash ready indicator Lights when optional flash unit is fully charged flashes after flash is fired at full output Accessory shoe ISO 518 hot shoe with sync and data contacts and safety lock Nikon Creative Lighting System CLS i TTL flash control Advanced Wireless Lighting optical radio auto FP high speed sync modeling illumination FV lock unified flash control flash color information communication and AF assist illumination for multi point AF Sync terminal ISO 519 sync terminal with locking thread White balance White balance Auto 3 types incandescent fluorescent 7 types direct sunlight flash cloudy shade preset manual up to 6 values can be stored spot white balance measurement available during live view choose color temperature 2500 K to 10000 K all with fine tuning Bracketing types Bracketing types Exposure flash white balance and ADL Live view Live view mode Photo live view movie live view Lens servo Autofocus AF Single servo AF AF S full time servo AF AF F Manual focus M AF area mode Face priority AF wide area AF normal area AF subject tracking AF Autofocus Contrast detect AF

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