Nikon D600 Photos

September 25, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | 11 Comments | |
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Ahead of our full review, here are 39 sample JPEG photos, 9 Raw images and a 1080p movie taken with a full production version of the new Nikon D600 DSLR camera.

UPDATE: We've added 14 more JPEG images taken with the Nikkor AF-S 14-24mm f/2.8G ED lens.

The Nikon D600 is a 24.3 megapixel full-frame DSLR with an ISO range of 50-25600, full HD (1080p) movies, a 3.2-inch 921k-dot LCD monitor and 5.5fps continuous shooting.

A gallery of 39 JPEG photos, 9 Raw images and a movie taken with the Nikon D600 DSLR camera.

Nikon D600 JPEG Images

Nikon D600 RAW Images

The Nikon D600 enables users to capture RAW and JPEG format files. We've provided some Nikon RAW (NEF) samples for you to download (thumbnail images shown below are not 100% representative).

1/2000s · f/8 · 200mm · ISO 100
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1/60s · f/8 · 28mm
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1/250s · f/8 · 35mm · ISO 100
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1/100s · f/16 · 35mm · ISO 100
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1/800s · f/5.6 · 35mm · ISO 100
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1/200s · f/11 · 35mm · ISO 100
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1/200s · f/11 · 35mm · ISO 100
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1/100s · f/11 · 35mm · ISO 100
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1/125s · f/2.8 · 70mm · ISO 6400
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Nikon D600 Movie

This is a sample movie at the highest quality setting of 1920x1080 pixels at 30 frames per second. Please note that this 52 second movie is 141Mb in size.

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#1 thhh

Holy smokes… the DR on that thing… Can someone confirm with my amateur experience that the backlit cloud picture is quite amazing in terms of dynamic range? Or is that what I can expect with most other FFs on the market?

4:27 pm - Tuesday, September 25, 2012

#2 Steve French

It’s interesting that there are dust spots on the raw files.    I took my new D600 back to the shop after I found dust spots were visible on the images when it was straight out of the box.    The shop changed my D600 for another one and this was just as bad.
So Nikon whats going on with the dust ?
Other than that the camera performed well although I did find that the images taken outside with a bright blue sky were a little noisy when sharpened slightly and viewed at 100% - I was using a 28-300mm VR IS lens.
I’m still sat on the fence with this camera.

7:30 pm - Tuesday, September 25, 2012

#3 Ron

Have you guys been able to test the HDMI out performance?  I have yet to find a solution to the 95% output problem the D600 apparently is plagued with:

8:37 pm - Tuesday, September 25, 2012

#4 Rick Stewart

Nice samples. What lenses were used?

9:09 pm - Tuesday, September 25, 2012

#5 Travis

Ron, I am sure Nikon will have a solution for this problem very soon.

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6:45 am - Wednesday, September 26, 2012

#6 Travis

Ron, I am sure that Nikon will be coming out with a fix for this problem soon.  At least, I hope so…

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6:49 am - Wednesday, September 26, 2012

#7 Top-Graf

Beautiful photos, congratulations!

12:14 pm - Wednesday, September 26, 2012

#8 gianni

oil…oil…oil   sensor full of oil!!!!!!!!!!!!

2:15 pm - Saturday, October 6, 2012

#9 S. brown

I’m having a terrible time with oil and dust on my d600 sensor. I’ve had two and they’ve both been terrible.

3:32 am - Tuesday, October 9, 2012

#10 Michael

Loved the photo’s I counted 19 oil spots when shot at f16 at f8 could only see 8.  I sent mine back and will wait for the second run of this otherwise wonderful camera.

6:14 pm - Wednesday, October 10, 2012

#11 Stephen French

I thought I would post a follow up to my original post on 25th September when I had mentioned dust on the photographs above and dust on my own D600’s sensor.
It would now appear that what I had originally thought was dust is in fact oil from the shutter box.
What I wanted to report is that after about 200 shots the problem seems to have stopped with the sensor now staying clean.
This problem is not only found on the D600, I understand that the D800/800e have both suffered the same problem, so what’s going on ?  I’m lucky because I am able to clean the sensor myself but if you can’t do this or are too scared to do it, then it would be very expensive to keep getting the sensor cleaned.
Surely the maker of this part could put either less oil on it in the first place or at least operate it outside of the camera body for several hundred movements in order to avoid fitting it to the camera and causing this unnecessary problem.
On an upside, this is a great camera with stunning image quality and being a stock photographer myself I have achieved 100% acceptance of my submitted images taken with the D600.  That’s the best ever, so its not all bad !

6:58 pm - Wednesday, October 10, 2012