I Finally Made the Jump To Full Frame. Nikon d600

October 25, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

So I finally  made the jump to FX. After reviewing DxoMarks and comparing my d7000 to the d600 and reading numerous reviews, I decided to take the plunge. My wife competes in dog agility and I like to photograph them competing but being in rainy Washington state, many of the trials are indoors where the light is often barely acceptable for photography let alone for action photography. This is the main thing I think the d600 can help with. At high ISO's the noise is much lower than my d7000 and the colors and contrast are much better.

Here is a shot of our puppy in the dark living room with no flash. This is ISO 6400. Wow, is all I have to say!

 

Yes, there is the supposed dust issue with the d600 but every camera I've had has always seemed to have dust on the sensor no matter how much I clean it. I'll keep an eye on it and I've already ordered Delkin SensorScope Camera Cleaning System just in case.

After I use the d600 a bit more and get some more photos to show off, I'll write a bit of a review of the camera.

I bought the camera from Adorama. You can currently get the d600 refurbished for only $1499. This is really a great deal and with the Nikon d610 coming out, I'm guessing the price will drop even more soon.


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