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Nikon D600 Digital SLR Camera Body Only (24.3MP) 3.2 inch LCD - (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Nikon
72 customer reviews

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  • Shoot big and travel light - the smallest and lightest full-frame digital SLR Nikon has ever crafted, the compact D600 is set to change the game for enthusiast photographers.
  • Nikon's newly developed 24.3 megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor delivers outstanding levels of detail and tonal range, even in low light situations.
  • The high-performance EXPEED 3 image-processing engine is the same as that used by the Nikon D4 flagship camera, transforming digital data into superior quality images with smooth colour and spectacular detail.
  • The Nikon D600 enables superior subject acquisition in most lighting conditions thanks to Nikon's newly developed Multi-CAM4800 39-point AF system that boasts AF sensitivity inherited from the flagship D4.
  • The D600 boasts magnesium alloy top and rear covers and is weather-sealed to the same degree as Nikon's professional D800 digital SLR, offering enhanced resistance to moisture and dust

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Product details

Size: Body Only
  • Product Dimensions: 14.1 x 8.2 x 11.3 cm ; 762 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2 Kg
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: D600
  • ASIN: B009A689TE
  • Date first available at 13 Sept. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 45,364 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)


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D600 with lens kit, positioned on top of tripod
Light, small and dependable, the D600's shutter is tested for 150,000 cycles.

Shoot Big, Travel Light

Made to fuel passion for photography in any situation, the intelligent D600 is fast, responsive, reliable and has the flexibility to respond quickly to unexpected shooting opportunities. This innovative, compact, 24.3-megapixel D-SLR is the smallest and lightest full-frame FX format Nikon has ever crafted. With features like 5.5fps shooting at full-resolution, 100% viewfinder coverage, customisable 39-point AF system and Full HD video capture with an option to record uncompressed footage via HDMI, your creative potential will be immeasurable. High-end photography is accessible with the D600 and should be enjoyed by everyone, not just the professionals.

Take your Photography to Another Level

The new Nikon FX-format CMOS sensor (35.9 x 24.0mm) with 24.3 Megapixels delivers outstanding image quality at a wide sensitivity range from ISO 100 to 6400 (expandable to ISO 50 to 25600 equivalent) utilising large pixel pitch. You can enjoy beautiful bokeh effects that only the FX format with its large image plane can offer. The 14-bit A/D conversion and excellent signal-to-noise ratio generate images with rich tonal gradation and reduced noise. Combined with its high resolution, this achieves high-quality images that can be enlarged or cropped so you can display your work of art just as you would like. To draw out the full potential of this outstanding camera, attach one of the latest NIKKOR lenses and it will become clear just how far the D600 can take you.

Faster, Intelligent Image Processing

Realising superior high-speed processing performance the D600 uses the same EXPEED 3 engine utilised by top-end models like the D4 and D800. The EXPEED 3 image-processor makes light work of data-rich tasks such as Active D-Lighting, high ISO noise reduction, and continuous shooting without sacrificing speed or quality, resulting in truly extraordinary images.

Eagle flying at high speed featuring Dynamic-AF in use
Dynamic-area AF mode (9 points) is great for tracking fast moving subjects.

Speed and Accuracy for Fleeting Moments

The D600 delivers remarkable AF performance using a Multi-CAM 4800, 39 point autofocus sensor module. 39 tightly packed, strategically placed AF points work like a net to find your subject and lock it into sharp focus. The nine cross-type sensors in the centre provide further accuracy even when light and contrast are scarce. If the maximum effective aperture of your super-telephoto lens gets as slow as f/8 when attaching a 2.0x teleconverter, you can still count on the D600’s AF performance with seven active AF points. This stress-free, precise focusing system is great for shooting at sports events or capturing the perfect wildlife shot. Regardless of your photographic passion, the D600 has AF-area modes optimised to suit your subject matter. For moving subjects try the powerful Dynamic-area AF or the intelligent 3D-tracking feature, and for stationary subjects the single-point AF is perfect for landscapes. Alternatively choose the D600’s Auto-area AF which will automatically detect the main subject for you and which, when combined with the Scene Recognition System utilising the 2,016-pixel RGB metering sensor, further improves accuracy resulting in superior shots you’ll want to show off.

Capture the Moment - Fast

Making the dynamic-area AF even more effective, high-speed continuous shooting can be achieved at approximately 5.5 fps[1] in both FX and DX formats for up to 100 shots[2]. A redesign of the shutter-release button which is strategically surrounded by the power switch means your finger is ready and poised for action as soon as the camera is switched on. And with the camera being ready in as little as 0.13 s[1], and release time lag being minimised to approximately 0.052 s[1], close to that of the Nikon D4, you can capture unexpected photo opportunities in an instant.

The D600 back and front with weatherproofing outlined in blue
Extensive weather sealing gives the D600 dust- and moisture-proof protection.

Operational Comfort

Thanks to the redesign and reassessment of many camera components the D600 is compact, lightweight (weighing only 760g without battery) and boasts superior agility. Its highly robust and durable body, made in part from magnesium alloy, is effectively sealed to attain superior dust-prevention and weather-resistant performance equivalent to that of the D800 series. With a slightly deeper and longer front groove and rubber thumb rest this compact design still manages to accommodate a wide-range of hand sizes for maximum grip. Furthermore, the flattened power switch and adjusted angle of the shutter-release button both contribute to making finger movements more natural and strain-free after prolonged use.

The right hand side of the camera showing the twin slots for the SD memory cards
Increased card capacity with the UHS-I compatible Double SD card slots

Double SD Card Slots

When shooting large image files, recording speed and card capacity matter. The D600 comes equipped with double SD card slots that are compatible with the latest UHS-I compliant cards for faster data transfer. The camera also supports SDXC, the SD cards’ large-capacity standard, to ensure stress-free and productive shooting. Having two SD cards available simultaneously offers a number of advantages, including backup recording, RAW/JPEG separate recording and more.

Accuracy for Both View and Vision

A precise understanding of every element in the frame can be crucial to your compositional intentions, especially when shooting landscapes. The D600 is equipped with a newly developed glass prism optical viewfinder that gives you approximately 100% frame coverage and 0.7x magnification[3]. Enjoy a bright and clear view thanks to the large FX-format sensor, plus a focusing screen that is designed to make sharp focus fast and intuitive in both autofocus and manual. For crisp image playback the large, wide-viewing angle, 8-cm (3.2-in.), 921k-dot HD LCD monitor with an anti-reflective design comes with an automatic brightness control allowing easy image confirmation in both bright and dimly lit places.

View through the viewfinder showing shooting mode information on display while video recording a Snowy Owl.
Multi-area mode Full HD D-Movie will empower and inspire filmmakers and video enthusiasts.

Broadcast Quality Video at your Fingertips

Based on the same technology as the acclaimed Nikon D800, the D600’s Multi-area D-Movie function offers all the flexibility required for photographers who want to shoot video. Both FX- and DX- format video recording is possible in Full HD (1080p) at 24, 25 or 30fps with a maximum recording time of almost 30 minutes. And a wide variety of movie applications such as Live view operation and Time-lapse photography combine to ensure large format movie shooting at its best.

Perfect Images with Ease

A variety of practical and innovative in-camera tools help to make the most of every shooting opportunity and ensure your pictures are captured to perfection. HDR (High Dynamic Range) controls overexposure and underexposure to render a well-balanced, natural image with little noise and with an extensive range of tones. When facing extremely high-contrast lighting beyond the camera’s dynamic range, Nikon’s exclusive Active D-Lighting helps you maintain details in the highlights without losing them in the shadows. And if you want to take shots at certain times of the day or night the Time-lapse shooting function enables the shutter to be triggered at preset intervals. Time-lapse shooting saves images as movie files that allow slow action to be viewed in fast playback, with playback rates from 24 to 36,000 times faster than normal.

The wireless adapter transmitting to smart devices displaying an Android app
Wirelessly transfer photos and remotely control the D600 with this optional WU-1b adapter.

Optional Wireless Capabilities

Finally; the amazing Nikon D600 can be enhanced still further. By attaching the optional WU-1b Wireless Mobile Adapter to the camera’s USB connector you can transfer images directly to any smartphone or tablet, and control the camera remotely via the smart device. A great way to easily share high-quality images, preview shots on a larger screen, or experiment with full-frame self-portraits.

[1] Based on CIPA Guidelines.
[2] JPEG, excluding fine/Large in FX format (max. 57 shots).
[3] 50mm f/1.4 lens at infinity, -1.0 m-1.

Box Contains

  • Nikon D600 Camera Body
  • EN-EL15 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery (with terminal cover)
  • MH-25 Battery Charger
  • BS-1 Accessory Shoe Cover
  • DK-5 Eyepiece Cap
  • DK-21 Rubber Eyecup
  • BM-14 Monitor Cover
  • BF-1B Body Cap
  • UC-E15 USB Cable
  • AN-DC8 Neck Strap
  • ViewNX 2 CD

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    Customer Reviews

    3.8 out of 5 stars

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    60 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Horneteer on 4 Oct. 2012
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    I've only just started using this camera and I must say I am very impressed. Coming from a Nikon D300 & a D7000 camera and having read all the hype I expected great things from the D600. What I did not expect was to be utterly blown away by the results of my first tests. Using the camera in fine jpeg mode and neutral colour bias with and without the built in flash with an AF-S 50mm 1.4g I shot off about sixty or so images of pretty much anything around me. I have not posted pictures as I am sure nobody will want to see the clutter in my living room, not to mention the fact that most of the subjects were items of furniture, ornaments and a few of my dogs. Not the most exciting stuff in the world. In any event even with the rather dull subject matter I was rivited to my laptop by the stand out quality of the images that this combination can produce.
    There is no sign of the much mentioned colour shift on the cameras rear display and the auto ajusting semsor on the same works efficiently and accurately. There appears to be no issues with left focus or multi-flash ussage with my three Nikon flashguns as has been mentioned as being an issue on the D800.
    The focusing area is smaller than I would of liked but not a deal breaker and easily worked around. The system in my limited testing so far has proved itself to be quite efficient except when I tried to focus on a half leaf covered all white metal plate with evenly spaced holes all over its surface. This is the only thing that I have found can give the AF a problen thus far. I have found that the AF is happier when the camera is used in landscape mode as apposed to portrait mode which I would gues is somthing to do with the number of cross type sensors available for portrait/landscape mode. Again this is fairly easy to work around.
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    38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Musiclover on 12 Jun. 2013
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    I bought this D600 two weeks ago. The size, weight and feel are superb. The viewfinder is large and the portraits I have taken look wonderful.

    But, what a FILTHY sensor. This is unacceptable on a new camera.

    Using apertures from 2.8 to f5.6 with a 100mm macro lens on portraits has produced beautiful pictures. The dirty sensor does not show on such open apertures. The other day I took some macro shots and set the aperture between f/16 and f/32 to get a decent depth of field. When loading the pictures on to my computer the images looked horrific and covered, literally, in hundreds of dust and oily spots. I rang Nikon and they told me that the dirty sensor is documented as a problem on their D600 website page. The man told me that the oil and dirty sensor problems are occurring on certain D600's and Nikon do not yet have a solution to this. I have read that these problems go away after taking 3000 shots. Nikon said I can send the camera to them for a sensor clean and maybe a new mirror and shutter mechanism. I said that this was unacceptable on a new camera costing £1369.00. No way should I have to do this with a two-week old camera which should not have these problems. This camera is going back to Amazon. It's a real shame as I love it but it really is substandard and not acceptable.

    Update: I bought a blower as suggested by Nikon, and I cleaned the sensor. No joy I am afraid. The marks, dots and filth are still showing on the pictures. I have also used a 50mm 1.4G and the problems are still there from f/11 to f/16. I have now returned the camera. Such a shame, as the D600 is the nicest camera I have ever used. If Nikon get some quality control and sort this major problem out then I will buy another D600. Until then it is bye bye Nikon.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By titewadz on 31 Dec. 2012
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    I am not really a gear head but my eyesight is getting a bit worse and I found the bigger viewfinder really helped me sooooo..... I traded my d300 and a couple of DX lenses in at a local dealer against a D600 and 50mm f1.8 AFS, would have loved to use amazon and save myself 150 quid. Enough said, this reminds me of my first and only camera for 25 years the Nikon FE in that it is smaller lighter than the professional models but is still capable of stunning results. Nikon really do have great ergonomics and everything is almost infinitley customisable to your style, tough there is less direct access to some functions as in the professional models via dedicated buttons to me this is more than offset by U1 and U2 settings that let you keep your favourite settings at the twist of a knob so to speak. Build quality is on the whole very good, but some buttons and the command dials lack the solidity of other models. Image quality is very very very good and in low light the pixels just seem to suck light in. The images are sharp with plenty of detail and rich and graduated tones right through the spectrum. The light has been rubbish all week and I can't wait to see what this camera is really capable of. ISO is very good I photographed a friends birthday party at ISO 5000 in a darkened hall and got very useable images. AF is excellent bearing in mind that if you want to photograph a black cat in a coal seller it will struggle or you want to focus on a moving subject right across the frame. I found the setting - AFA mode with 39 points very fast and predictable for everyday use.

    Add to that the brilliant Nikon CLS system for flash and there is very little the D600 cannot do.
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