Nikon D600 Firmware Update C1.01

April 3, 2013 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Digital SLR Cameras | 2 Comments |
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Nikon has issued a firmware update for the Nikon D600 full-frame DSLR camera. Version C1.01 incorporates an array of enhancements and fixes, the most significant ones being an improvement in AF-C performance and the ability to output a live view feed with 100% frame coverage in movie mode via HDMI. Click through / read on for the details.

  Support for the AF-S NIKKOR 800mm f/5.6E FL ED VR has been added.
  Subject tracking performance in AF-C (continuous-servo autofocus) autofocus mode with framing using the viewfinder has been improved.
  Frame output size has been changed from 95% to 100% when movie live view display is changed to “Information off” and an HDMI-compatible device is connected.
  An issue that caused the right edges of images to be somewhat white when captured at an Image area setting of DX (24x16) 1.5x with Active D-Lighting set to Off has been resolved.
  When the camera’s shutter-release button was pressed repeatedly for uninterrupted shooting with the “Record to:” option in Camera Control Pro 2’s Storage tab set to “PC+CARD”, the camera would stop responding with displaying “Err” in its control panel.  This issue has been resolved.
  In some very rare cases, colors would change with shooting when white balance was set to a specific color temperature, as with Preset manual or Choose color temp.  This issue has been resolved.

Website: Nikon USA Support



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#1 Murray

I am a gadget lover and was waiting from long time for this update in Nikon Digital SLR Camera. I am going to purchase this super product right now from the best electronics company.

1:23 pm - Thursday, April 25, 2013

#2 Rick

If only Nikon would let us assign the OK button in viewing mode. It would be great to be able to zoom in to 100% with just one press of the OK button.

The Nikon D600 is an amazing camera that delivers stunning image quality. It has double the pixels of the still excellent D700, but high ISO files look at least as good.

3:02 pm - Saturday, May 25, 2013