Thursday, October 18, 2012

Nikon D600 Review – More Than Just an Entry Level DSLR

The Nikon D600 digital SLR camera offers 24-megapixel full-frame sensor, the SLR digital camera costs about $2,100 on the market (body only). Although the D600 is classified as an entry level DSLR but at the first glance it looks more professional than any other digital cameras at its category.

The Body of Nikon D600 Digital SLR Camera

The dimension looks smaller than the D800; however it is a little bit bigger than the D7000. Overall, the digital camera weighs about 2 pounds which is still fairly handy. The lightweight magnesium-aluminum alloy for the casing, only applies on the front of the camera, it reduces the cost but still offering a high quality. Nikon has put together this excellent mix of materials. The controls on the back are arranged so that the Nikon D600 can operate very quickly with the thumbs of both hands. For example, the requirements for the ISO sensitivity and white balance are changed instantly. Top left of the top plate sits a handy mode dial that is secured with a lock to prevent accidental adjustment. The right half of the upper side is dominated by a large-area status display, which can be illuminated with a light turning on the main switch. In use, the Nikon D600 is very handy despite its size. The viewfinder shows a great and pleasant bright picture. Even an electronic level can show itself, then the exposure scale displays at the bottom of the viewfinder if the camera is tilted to the right or left.
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