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Nikon D600 full frame camera


   
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Are you looking for a full frame camera at an affordable price? You can consider buying the Nikon D600. This camera is a digital SLR camera FX format (full frame sensor) which is an economical alternative of Nikon D800. Nikon D600 24.3 MP sensor is armed made by Sony (Sony also uses the camera sensor in A99 and RX1). Nikon has a body the size of the Nikon D7000. You do not need to buy a flash for Nikon D600 has a built-in flash and focus motors fitted in the body. Nikon D600, full frame DSLR camera is the smallest and the cheapest prices than other full frame DSLR in the market.

Main specifications of the Nikon D600:
  • Full frame CMOS sensor 35.9 x 24mm
  • Maximum resolution: 6016 x 4016
  • Effective pixels: 24.3 megapixels
  • ISO: 100 -6400 (50-25600 boost)
  • File Format: NEF (RAW) 12 or 14 bit, Tiff and Jpeg
  • Autofocus: Contrast Detect (sensor), phase detect, multi, center, selective, tracking, single, continuous, face detection, live view
  • Number of focus points: 39
  • Lens Mount: Nikon F
  • 3-inch 921k dot TFT LCD
  • Viewfinder: optical, 100% coverage, 0.7 x magnifications
  • Shutter speed: 30 - 1/4000
  • Metering modes: Multi, center weighted, average, spot
  • Flash sync speed: 1/200 sec
  • DH full 1080p video, mono speaker and microphone
  • Water and dust resistant
  • Body of magnesium alloy
  • Rating shutter count: 150 thousand

It must have been quite segmentation D600 camera body pro like magnesium, 100% viewfinder coverage and dual memory slots. This camera also has 39 points with 9 cross type focus; maximum shutter speed 1/4000 sec and a speed shoot 5.5 pictures per second. You could say the D600 is a full frame digital SLR for everyone. Professional photographers also may use D600 least for additional cameras. Photography enthusiast can finally have a DSLR Nikon FX and enjoy the best photos from Nikon, without having to carry a bulky camera and heavy.

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