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Settlement Reached in Nikon D600 Class Action Lawsuit: Offers Replacement D610
In what has become quite the thorn in Nikon’s side, owners of the defective, oil spotty, sensor dust filled Nikon D600 have gotten a settlement from one of the class action lawsuit filed earlier this year.
Nikon Officially Announces D600 Replacement Program
Nikon is officially announcing the D600 replacement program, where users can get a D600 model replaced with a D610.
Nikon D600 defect & bug update: incorrect exposures?
The Nikon D600 has been rather unfortunate to have multiple defects / bugs. First, it was the sensor dust. A widely documented issue with severe dust accumulating in the upper left of images; much more dust than normal even for full-frame DSLR’s. Apparently however this dust accumulation was largely caused by oil on the sensor,
Nikon D600 discount and accessory bundle: $1996.95 until November 24th!
Wow, that was fast! This might be a new record for the elapsed time between a camera hitting shelves and dropping $100 in price. (For a limited time only, that is.)
How to Get an Awesome Panoramic Photo
Taking panoramic photos is a fun and popular way to take widescreen photos of scenic landscape and architecture. The most important aspect of panoramic photo, however, is getting the best shots on camera. If you don’t take your time to set up your shots right, it will be difficult and sometimes almost impossible to fix it in post. Here is a checklist of what you should do in order to get the best panoramic shots.
Canon 6D vs Nikon D600 – What are Canon and Nikon thinking?
So, we finally have two affordable full-frame cameras from Canon and Nikon. A little over three years after Sony brought out their $1999 A850 beginner full-frame DSLR with a 24 megapixel FF sensor, Canon’s 6D is 20 megapixels and $2100, and Nikon’s D600 is 24 megapixels and also $2100.