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Nikon D600 - Sample Images: ISO Performance

By Phil Hall



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Nikon D600 ISO

The full-sized image of our colour checker chart, taken at ISO 100 (click to see full size). The images below are 100% crops taken from the same scene, shot at rising ISO values from ISO 50 to ISO 25,600.

Nikon D600 ISO 50

ISO 50 (extended)

Nikon D600 ISO 100

ISO 100

Nikon D600 ISO 200

ISO 200

Nikon D600 ISO 400

ISO 400

Nikon D600 ISO 800

ISO 800

Nikon D600 ISO 1600

ISO 1600

Nikon D600 ISO 3200

ISO 3200

Nikon D600 ISO 6400

ISO 6400

Nikon D600 ISO 12800

ISO 12,800 (extended)

Nikon D600 ISO 25600

ISO 25,600 (extended)

Martin Daler

September 21, 2012, 12:25 am

" Autofocus is taken care of by a brand new Multi-CAM4800 module"

I thought the D600 used the same autofocus module as already used in the D7000?


September 26, 2012, 2:31 am

>I thought the D600 used the same autofocus module as already used in the D7000?

It is improved version of CAM4800, covering F8 compatibility (AF works on 7 AF points when used with e.g 200-400 F4 + x2 converter, which only no other but Nikon DSLR offer at the moment, also I think the low light AF has improved to cover -2EV (moonlight like with D4/D800/D800E. I am looking forward to try it myself.

Scott 2

October 5, 2012, 12:39 pm

Nice review, very clear and to the point. Couple of suggestions meant constructively. Not sure about para. starting "As is often the case JPEGs tend to come out slightly sharper then their Raw...". A bit tautological for readers familiar with RAW processing, possibly misleading for those that aren't. IMHO I don't think the para. is needed at all actually. Also, it might be relevant to point out that FF glass is (on a like-for-like basis) usually bigger, heavier and significantly costlier than an APS-C equivalent lens. An important part of the buying decision maybe. Cheers!

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