Nikon 1 J4

The Nikon 1 J4 grows the range of portable Nikon 1 system cameras and adopts a new body style with an aluminum housing. The speedy Nikon 1 J4 compact camera is smaller and lighter than its predecessor, the Nikon 1 J3, and features a CX-format 18.4 MP CMOS sensor (as used in the big brother Nikon 1 V3, minus a low-pass filter) and an Expeed 4A image processor. The sensor and image processor work together to produce high-resolution still imagery and full HD 1080p video recording with notable low-light sensitivity to ISO 12800.

The Nikon 1 J4 comes also with an improved Hybrid AF System, which has 171 contrast detect and 105 phase-detect points ant that is fast, precise and controllable. The advanced hybrid system oscillates between contrast- and phase-detection focusing focusing methods depending on the detected scene type. The phase-detection focusing method and the processing power allow a continuous shooting up to an impressive 60 fps.

A large 3.0″ 1,037k-dot touchscreen is available for intuitive navigation in the menu as well as for employing touch focus and shutter release controls. A built-in Wi-Fi connectivity system is also present on the J4 and enables to instantly share images from the digital camera to iOS or Android mobile device.

The Nikon 1 J4 is available in silver, white, black and metallic orange.

Nikon 1 J4 black with lens

Nikon 1 J4


Nikon 1 J4 specs:

  • Sensor: 18.4 MP; CX-format CMOS sensor; 13.2mm x 8.8mm
  • Lens mount: Nikon 1 mount
  • Storage: microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC memory card
  • File format: still images – JPEG, RAW + JPEG; movies – MOV (H.264/MPEG-4 Advanced Video Codec)
  • Sensitivity: ISO 160 – 12800
  • Shutter: electronic; 1/16,000 to 30 s
  • Monitor: 3.0 in. diagonal; 1,037,000 dots TFT-LCD with brightness adjustment
  • Interface: Hi-speed USB; HDMI Type D mini-pin connector


Nikon 1 J4 digital camera

Nikon 1 J4 silver

Nikon 1 J4 controls

Nikon 1 J4 silver

Nikon 1 J4 orange

Nikon 1 J4 orange

The LCD monitor of the Nikon 1 J4

Nikon 1 J4

Nikon 1 J4 body

Nikon 1 J4 body


Nikon D5300

The Nikon D5300 is an update to the Nikon D5200. This entry-level DSLR camera comes with a DX-format 24.2 megapixel sensor with no optical low-pass filter and with the EXPEED4 image processor, that work together to produce high-resolution still imagery with notable color accuracy and details. The omission of the optical low-pass filter allow to gain the utmost sharpness and resolution. The sensor and image processor also allow D5300 to obtain a notable low-light sensitivity to ISO 12800 and to record full HD 1920x1080p movies at 60, 30, 25 or 24 fps frame rates in the MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format.

The Nikon D5300 benefits from a versatile AF autofocus system with a 39 distinct AF points and nine cross-type sensors, to quickly acquire focus in a range of lighting conditions. The Dynamic-area AF mode is present on this camera and allows to choose from 9, 21 or 39-point arrays. 3D-tracking, Auto-area AF and Single-point AF modes are also available on the Nikon D5300. Among other feathures, the D5300 adds to its predecessor integrated Wi-Fi and GPS modules to enable geotagging functionality and continuous transferring of imagery to an Android or iOS device, via Nikon Wireless Mobile Utility app.

The Nikon D5300 has a compact and durable body, that integrates a 3.2″ 1037k-dot vari-angle LCD monitor and a built-in pop-up flash, which supports Nikon’s i-TTL flash metering system.

The Nikon D5300 is available in three colours: black, grey and red.

The buttons and controls of the Nikon D5300

Nikon D5300 top controls


Nikon D5300 specifications:

  • Sensor: 23.5 mm x 15.6 mm (DX-format) CMOS sensor, 24.2 MP
  • Lens: Nikon F bayonet lens
  • Storage: SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card
  • File format: Still image – JPEG, RAW; movie – MOV, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
  • Viewfinder: Eye-level Pentamirror Single-Lens Reflex viewfinder
  • Sensitivity: ISO 100 to 12800 (25600 extended)
  • Movie: HD 1920 x 1080 with stereo sound via built-in microphone
  • Monitor: 3.2″ 1037000 dots TFT-LCD monitor with 170-degree wide-viewing angle
  • Interface: USB Hi-speed; Type C mini-pin HDMI connector


The TFT LCD of the Nikon D5300

Nikon D5300


Nikon D5300 reviews:

The general level of D5300’s performance is impressive. The focus system offers a good range of coverage across the frame with impressive focusing speeds. More details you can find on Nikon D5300 review from website.

The Nikon D5300 produces images of excellent quality, with noise-free JPEG images at ISO 100-1600 and ISO 3200 also looking pretty good. A little noise appears at ISO 6400. More about image quality of Nikon D5300 you can read on website, that concludes:

 The combination of a free-angle screen, great video mode, high-quality stills and new connectivity options mean that the Nikon D5300 is a worthy winner of our Highly Recommended award.

The Nikon D5300 is a solid and well-constructed camera that offers an ample array of connectors and an ergonomic design. More technical details you can read on website.

Another D5300 review comes from website, that says:

The Nikon D5200 impressed us last time around, but Nikon have managed to go one-better with the D5300. While its new features don’t make it a groundbreaking release, they add up to make it a better specified product for the entry-level and advanced amateur photographers it’s out to target.


Nikon D5300 DSLR camera


 D5300 body

D5300 body

Nikon D5300 with lens

Nikon D5300

Nikon D5300 with pop-up flash

D5300 red


Nikon D7100

D7100 is the new flagship of Nikon’s DX-format HD-SLR lineup. The Nikon D7100 is a SLR camera for enthuziasts and semi-professional photographers with exceptional image quality and ergonomics, and that comes with several evolutionary upgrades over its predecessor, the Nikon D7000.

The Nikon D7100 comes with the new 24.1 MP DX-format CMOS sensor that provides superior images with accurate colors. Because this sensor is designed without an optical low-pass filters, it maximizes its resolution for exceptionally sharp details. This sensor works with the EXPEED 3 image processor, and together they produce a high-speed response, a continuous shooting speed of up to 6 frames per second and an ISO sensitivity range from ISO 100 to ISO 25600.

The Nikon D7100 features a very good autofocus performance, with 51-point focus area with 15 cross-type sensor for detecting both vertical and horizontal variations to achieve precise and fast focus.

D7100 also can records Full HD 1080p video with stereo sound and with full-time autofocus and manual exposure control during video recording. The D7100 features also a new 3.2″ ultra-high-resolution 1,229-dot LCD monitor which provides crisp image playback, menu adjustments and Live View Shooting. A pentaprism eye-level optical viewfinder contains a low-power consumption OLED display that provides 100% frame coverage.

With a magnesium alloy body, a good grip and with ergonomic positioning of the buttons, the Nikon D7100 is a SLR that meets all the conditions to be appreciated by the photographers.

The Nikon D7100 DSLR camera

Nikon D7100 DSLR


Nikon D7100 key features:

  • Sensor: 24.1 MP; 23.5mm x 15.6 mm DX-format CMOS sensor
  • Lens mount: Nikon F bayonet mount
  • File format: still images – JPEG, RAW; movie – MOV (H.264/MPEG-4)
  • Storage media: SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card
  • Viewfinder: eye-level Pentaprism viewfinder
  • Sensitivity: ISO 100 – 25600
  • Monitor: 3.2″ Wide Viewing Angle TFT-LCD; 1,228,800 dots
  • Interface: Hi-speed USB, HDMI Type C mini-pin, stereo microphone input.


Nikon D7100 top view

Nikon D7100


Nikon D7100 reviews:

The Nikon D7100 is very similar to the D700, but now incorporates the operational changes  to movie recording and live view activation that have been implemented across Nikon’s current generation of enthusiast-oriented DSLRs. The D7100 features a solidly-built magnesium alloy body that offers moisture and dust resistance. More such as details you can find on Nikon D7100 review from website, that concludes:

The Nikon D7100 rounds out Nikon’s recently revamped lineup of enthusiast-targeted DSLRs. It may sit below the full frame D800 and D600 in price, but gives both a run for their money in terms of features, handling and performance. In fact, if you don’t have a compelling reason to shoot with a full frame DSLR, or have no need for 36MP output, the APS-C D7100 offers a largely similar shooting experience, great looking images and a smaller, lighter body to carry on your shoulder.


Another short D7100 review comes from website that, among other things, says:

The Nikon D7100 is an impressive camera. Its focus system is excellent, with 51 points to choose from, and delivers faster performance than the 11-point system found in the Pentax K-5 II; the K-5 II features top-end weather sealing, but the D7100 is also protected against dust and moisture. Image quality is excellent, as is the viewfinder, and it gives you access to Nikon’s extensive lens system. The control layout is excellent, with almost every shooting control available right at your fingertips, and the rear LCD is impeccably sharp.


Opinion of professional photographers about D7100, as well as results of some tests, you can find on the website, that concludes:

Despite the rise of complex mirrorless cameras such as Panasonic’s Lumix GH3, the Nikon D7100 remains a great bang for your buck. While larger than the GH3, it feels just right in the hand and manages the weight of big lenses nicely.

Nikon D7100 body detail


The Nikon D7100 produces images of outstanding quality, with noise-free JPEG images at ISO 100 – 1600, and ISO3200 also looking pretty good. You can find more about the performances of the D7100 on website. The author of this review concludes:

In summary the new Nikon D7100 further improves on the already excellent D7000 in several key ways and many minor ones, all adding up to make this the best DX-format DSLR to date. Nikon may be focusing on a full-frame future, but the D7100 clearly shows that they haven’t forgotten the cropped sensor market.


Also, you can find technical details and a lot of sample images of D7100 on and websites.


D7100 with pop-up flash

Nikon D7100

The Nikon D7100 with lens

Nikon D7100

The D7100 with external microphone

Nikon D7100

The LCD monitor of the Nikon D7100

D7100 monitor


Nikon Coolpix S9500

The Nikon Coolpix S9500 is a point-and-shoot digital camera with a slim body that is able to switch between wide angle and ultra-telephoto near instantaneously. The S9500 is a member of Nikon’s Ultra-Slim Zoom collection and it is equipped with a 22x Nikkor ED VR zoom lens that has an impressive focal range of 4.5 – 99.0 mm (25 – 550 mm in 35mm equivalent).

The Nikon Coolpix S9500 has an 18 megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS image sensor that is capable of shooting high quality images even in lower lighting conditions. The lens-shift vibration reduction system allows S9500 to capture pin-sharp images and movie clips even at the agitated events, like a sports game or a stadium concert.

The Nikon S9500 also offers Full HD (1080p) movie recording with stereo sound and a built-in GPS function to provide the user the ability to log their travels and share where they have been. The Coolpix S9500 comes with a built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing the sharing of images and videos with the compatible smart devices, such as an iPod.

The camera also features a 3″ 614k-dot OLED monitor with 5-level brightness adjustment and a Smart Portrait System that allows user to be sure that people smile in the picture.

The Nikon Coolpix S9500 is available in black, silver, brown and red.

The Nikon Coolpix S9500 digital camera

Nikon Coolpix S9500


Nikon Coolpix S9500 specifications:

  • Sensor: 1/2.3-in CMOS, 18.1 MP
  • Lens: 22x optical zoom Nikkor glass lens, 12 elements in 10 groups
  • Digital zoom: 4x
  • Vibration reduction: Lens-shift and Electronic VR
  • Monitor: 3.0″ 614,000-dots OLED monitor with 98% frame coverage
  • Storage media: SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card
  • File formats: still pictures – JPEG; audio files – WAV; movies – MOV
  • Sensitivity: ISO 125 – 3200
The Nikon S9500 with 22x optical zoom

Nikon S9500


Nikon Coolpix S9500 reviews:

The Nikon S9500’s reviews are not available yet, but you can find more technical information on and websites. You can also see photos taken with Coolpix S9500 in different conditions and with different settings on the

The Nikon Coolpix S9500 with 22x optical zoom

Nikon Coolpix S9500

a photo of Nikon S9500

Nikon S9500

Nikon S9500 with 3" OLED display

Coolpix S9500

Nikon S9500 in red

Nikon S9500


Nikon Coolpix S6500

The Nikon Coolpix S6500 is a new point-and-shoot digital camera that allows the enthusiasts to take beautiful pictures and to upload in a few seconds via internet. The S6500 has a small compact metal body and it is ideal to carry in a pocket.

The Nikon S6500 comes with a 16 MP backside illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensor that enables to capture low-light shots without flash. However, the S6500 has a built-in flash to provide an extra illumination in very low-light conditions. The Nikon S6500 features a high-performance 12x zoom NIKKOR glass lens that covers a long focal range from a wide angle 25mm to 350 mm, and has lens-shift Vibration Reduction (VR) technology to reduce the effects of camera shake including image blur.

The Nikon Coolpix S6500 sports a large 3.0″ TFT LCD screen with 96% coverage and 460,000 pixels and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity for easy transfer images and videos. The S6500 can capture Full HD movies with stereo sound by simply pressing the dedicated movie record button. The S6500 includes many user-friendly shooting features and controls such as Glamour Retouch effects for portraits, Brighten Face, Whiten Eyes and so on.

The Nikon Coolpix S6500 is available in silver, red, black, white, blue and orange.

Nikon Coolpix S6500 orange

Coolpix S6500


Nikon Coolpix S6500 specifications:

  • Sensor: 1/2.3-inch BSI CMOS sensor, 16 MP
  • Lens: Nikkor ED glass lens; 8 elements in 8 groups
  • Zoom: 12x optical zoom; 4x digital zoom
  • Vibration Reduction: Lens-shift VR
  • Monitor: 3.0-inch TFT LCD; 460,000 dots
  • Storage: SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card
  • File format: still – JPEG; Audio – WAV; Movies – MOV (MPEG-4/AAC stereo)
  • Sensitivity: ISO 125 to 3200
  • Interface: Hi-Speed USB; A/V output; HDMI micro connector (Type D)


Nikon Coolpix S6500 with 12x optical zoom lens

Nikon Coolpix S6500

Nikon Coolpix S6500 reviews

At this time, the Coolpix S6500 full reviews from experts are not available.

The LCD monitor of Nikon S6500

Nikon S6500 screen

Nikon S6500 photo image

Nikon S6500


Nikon Coolpix S9050

The Coolpix S9050 is a ultra-slim zoom digital camera from Nikon. This budget-friendly point-and-shoot camera combines an impressive 15.5x wide-angle optical zoom Nikkor glass lens and a 12.1 MP CMOS sensor to perform great photos and videos, even in low-light conditions. The remarkable lens and the built-in VR image stabilization system contribute to shooting sharp and clear images.

The Nikon Coolpix S9050 can records Full HD videos at 1080p with stereo sound at an amazing quality for a point-and-shoot camera. The Nikon Coolpix S9050 also features a large 3-inch display with wide viewing angles, anti-reflective coating and brightness adjustment, an autofocus with 9-area automatic selection and a sensitivity at ISO 160 to 3200. A voice memo function as well as a lot of scene modes are also on the S9050.

Nikon Coolpix S9050 is available in black or silver.

The Coolpix S9050 from Nikon

Nikon Coolpix S9050


Nikon Coolpix S9050 specifications:

  • Sensor: 1/2.3-inch CMOS, 12.1 effective MP
  • Zoom: 15.5x optical zoom; 4x digital zoom
  • Aperture: f/3.5 – 5.5
  • Monitor: 3.0-inch TFT-LCD, 460000 dots
  • Storage: SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card
  • File format: still picture – JPEG; audio files – WAV; movie – MOV (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 codec)
  • Sensitivity: ISO 160 – 3200
  • Connectivity: A/V output, Hi-speed USB, HDMI MiniConnector


Nikon Coolpix S9050 image

Nikon Coolpix S9050


Nikon Coolpix S9050 reviews:

The experts reviews about Nikon S9050 are not available yet.

Nikon S9050 controls details

Nikon S9050

The LCD monitor of Nikon S9050

Nikon S9050 monitor




Nikon Coolpix P520

The new Nikon Coolpix P520 is the successor to the Nikon P510 and features an 18.1-megapixel backside-illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensor, a versatile 3.2-inch 921k dots Vari-Angle LCD monitor, built-in GPS and can record Full HD (1080p) video with stereo sound.

The new Nikon P520 is a versatile bridge camera that is equipped with the most powerful zoom lens in Coolpix history – a 42x optical zoom Nikkor lens with an impressive range of focal length from a wide 24 mm to a super-telephoto 1000 mm (equivalents in 35 mm format). The P520 is equipped with a lens-shift vibration reduction (VR) function that reduces the effects of camera shake. An available wireless Mobile Adapter WU-1a allows the user to share the photos or movies with other smart devices. The Nikon Coolpix P520 is available in black, red and dark silver.

Nikon Coolpix P520 superzoom bridge camera

Nikon P520


Nikon Coolpix P520 specs:

  • Sensor: 1/2.3 in, CMOS sensor, 18.1 effective MP
  • Lens: 42x optical zoom, Nikkor glass lens
  • Zoom: 42x
  • Monitor: 3.2-inch Vari-Angle TFT-LCD, 921 k dots
  • Sensitivity: ISO 80 – 3200
  • Shutter: mechanical and CMOS electronic shutter
  • Storage: SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card
  • Connectivity: A/V output, USB 2.0, HDMI Type C


Nikon P520

Nikon Coolpix P520


The new Nikon P520

Nikon P520




Nikon D5200

The Nikon D5200 is a new DSLR camera that is positioned between the entry-level Nikon D3200 and the mid-range D7000. The Nikon D5200 features a 24.1 megapixel DX-format (APS-C in other cameras) CMOS sensor that is mated with the EXPEED 3 image processor and can record Full 1080 p HD movies at 1920×1280 pixels/ 25 fps or 50i/60i with stereo sound.

As its predecessor (D5100), the D5200 is equipped with a 3-inch vari-angle LCD monitor, which can be flipped, turned and tilted. The Nikon D5200 also has a new 39-point Auto Focus system with 3D Focus Tracking, an ISO range of 100-25600, a 2016-pixel RGB metering sensor, High Dynamic Range mode and it is compatible with the optional Wi-Fi and GPS accesories.

The Nikon D5200 is built sturdy and has a good sized hand grip. The D5200 has a number of dedicated buttons including flash, functions, exposure, dedicated video recording, zoom and info. The camera uses a lithium-ion battery model EN-EL 14 (the same as used in D3200). The D5200 comes with 18-55 mm VR Lens Kit (the 18 – 105 mm VR is available) and it is available in red, black and bronze.

Nikon D5200 DSLR camera with external microphone

Nikon D5200


Nikon D5200 specifications:

  • Sensor: 23.5mm x 15.6mm DX CMOS, 24.1 effective MP
  • File format: still images – JPEG, RAW; movie – MOV, MPEG-4 Advanced Video Coding
  • Storage: SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card
  • Sensitivity: ISO 100 – 25600
  • Flash: built-in
  • Microphone: built-in, stereo, with adjustable sensitivity
  • Monitor: 3″ vari-angle TFT-LCD, 921000 dots
  • Interface: stereo microphone input, Hi-Speed USB, HDMI Type C mini-pin
The controls of Nikon D5200

Nikon D5200 controls


Nikon D5200 reviews:

The CMOS sensor of Nikon D5200 is capable of recording lots of detail, especially at low sensitivity settings in RAW files. The articulating vari-angle screen make it easy to compose macro images as well as to check critical focus by magnifying the on-screen image. More details you can read on Nikon D5200 review from website. The author of this D5200 review concludes:

The Nikon D5200 is a solid performer that delivers images with well-controlled noise and plenty of detail…

It’s also a nicely constructed camera, and the limited number of buttons and dials make it unintimidating to novice photographers, while enthusiasts will find that they have all the control that they want within easy reach.


The Nikon D5200 produces images of excellent quality with noise-free JPEG images at ISO 100-1600. More about image quality and performance of D5200 you can find on website.


The back of the Nikon D5200 is dominated by the large articulated LCD screen, with buttons scattered around it. The Menu button is isolated on the top left shoulder, but all of the others can be operated without moving the hand from the shooting positions. More about controls and menus of D5200 you can read on D5200 review from


Another short Nikon D5200 review (including a video review) comes from website. You can find here more technical details of Nikon D5200.

The vari-angle TFT LCD of Nikon D5200

Nikon D5200 with Vari-angle LCD

The photo detail of D5200's viewfinder

Nikon D5200 detail

Nikon D5200 LCD monitor

Nikon D5200 monitor

Nikon D5200 red

Nikon D5200 red

Nikon D5200 with lens

Nikon D5200

Nikon 1 V2

The Nikon 1 V2 is a new version of Nikon’s mirrorless camera. Like the previous V1 model, the Nikon 1 v2 offers versatility and the exceptional speed and performance. This new mirrorless interchangeable lens camera features an all-new 14.2-megapixel CMOS CX format sensor which has an ISO range of 160-6400, and the new EXPEED 3A image processing engine.

The Nikon 1 V2 offers Full 1080p HD video capture, continuous shooting speeds of 15 fps with continuous autofocus, an ultra-fast hybrid auto-focus system and more conventional shooting modes like Programmed Auto or Metered Manual. The Nikon 1 V2 features also a 3-inch TFT LCD monitor with 3:2 aspect ratio, an eye-level electronic viewfinder, electronic and mechanical shutter and a built-in pop-up flash.

The Nikon 1 V2 has an extremely compact body with a prominent rubberized handgrip. Still made of aluminium with magnesium alloy reinforced parts, the V2 is actually slightly lighter and smaller than V1. The new Nikon 1 v2 is available in black or white.

The new Nikon 1 V2

Nikon 1 V2 LCD monitor


Nikon 1 V2 specifications:

  • Lens Mount: Nikon 1 mount
  • Sensor: CMOS, CX-format, 13.2mm x 8.8mm, 14.2 million effective pixels
  • File format: JPEG, RAW
  • Storage: SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card
  • Sensitivity: ISO 160-6400
  • Movie File Format: MOV (H.264/MPEG-4 Advanced Video Coding)
  • Microphone: Built-in stereo microphone with adjustable sensitivity
  • Monitor: 3.0-inch TFT LCD monitor; 921,000 dots
  • Interface: USB Hi-Speed, mini-HDMI Type C, stereo mini-pin jack audio input
Nikon1 V2 controls detail

Nikon1 V2 top


Nikon 1 V2 reviews:

The Nikon 1 V2 captures images of very high quality. Noise is kept to a minimum and only becomes disturbing at ISO 3200 in very low light. More about the image quality of Nikon 1 V2 you can read on website. The experts of this website conclude:

Nikon have clearly gone back to the drawing board in order to differentiate the V2 from the entry-level J1 model, with the V2 now offering an attractive combination of speed, portability, image quality and handling that’s geared more to the serious photographer, rather than to the consumer upgrading from a point and shoot compact.


Another Nikon 1 V2 review comes from website. The experts of this website noted that one of the biggest differences between the Nikon 1 V2 and the V1 is the addition of a mode dial on the top of the camera. This allows quick changes between the cameras various exposure modes. More about this and about handling of Nikon 1 V2 you can read on this review.

Nikon 1 V2 picture

Nikon1 V2 with pop-up flash


Nikon 1 V2 detail

Nikon 1 V2


Nikon 1 V2 white

Nikon 1 V2 white


Nikon 1 V2 with lens

Nikon 1 V2 with lens


The new V2 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera from Nikon

The new Nikon 1 V2






Nikon D600

The Nikon D600 is a full-frame DSLR camera that it is positioned roughly between the full-frame D800 and crop-format D7000. The Nikon D600 features a new 24.3 MP full-frame FX-format sensor (the FX is a Nikon terminology for the 24 x 36 mm sensor area) in a compact form-factor.

The Nikon D600 is slimmer than a traditional HDSLR and more budget-friendly. This camera is designed for any kind of professional and amateur photography, to event and wildlife photography. Nikon D600 features a new 39-point AF system, 14-bit analogue-to-digital conversion, a glass prism optical viewfinder with 100% frame coverage and a 3.2″ screen. Other highlights of Nikon D600 include an ISO range of 100 – 6400 (extendible up to 25,600 and down to 50), a shutter unit designed for 150,000 actuations and dual SD card slots with SDXC and UHS-i support.

The Nikon D600 features also 1080p HD video capture with selectable frame rates of 30p, 25p or 24p and MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 compression. The Nikon D600 is compatible with F-mount Nikkor interchangeable lenses and can be used with Nikon’s WU-1b Wireless Mobile Adapter for wireless transfer of images to a smartphone or tablet.

Nikon D600


Nikon D600 specs:

  •  Type: Single-lens reflex digital camera
  • Lens Mount: Nikon F bayonet mount.
  • Sensor: 24.3 MP FX CMOS sensor, 35.9 x 24.0 mm
  • Storage media: SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card
  • File format: still image – JPEG, RAW; movie – H.264/ MPEG-4
  • Sensitivity: ISO 100 – 6000 (extended 50 – 25600)
  • Movie audio: Built-in microphone, monaural; external stereo microphone (optional)
  • Monitor: 3.2in TFT LCD, 921000 dots
  • Interface: HDMI Type C mini-connector, Hi-speed USB, headphone connector, stereo microphone input

Nikon D600 back


Nikon D600 reviews:

The body design of Nikon D600 is professional, with front and rear control dials and a four-way directional pad for menu navigation. More about design and usability of this camera you can read on Nikon D600 review from The experts of this website say about this DSLR:

 The Nikon D600 was one of the worst-kept secrets in the industry this year, and the enthusiast and prosumer crowd has been foaming at the mouth to see what an affordable full-frame camera from Nikon would look like. The Nikon D600 does not disappoint, offering nearly every bit of control that the impressive D800 offers, with comparable features.


The Nikon D600 includes support for legacy lenses with both a screw drive to handle old, body-driven AF lenses and the Meter coupling lever for reading the aperture settings of even older lenses. More such details you can find on Nikon D600 review from website.


Some opnions of professional photographers about Nikon D600 you can find on website.

Nikon D600 DSLR

The latest EXPEED 3 image processor enables the D600 to deliver 14-bit A/D conversion, as well as 16-bit image processing. The D600’s optical viewfinder delivers 100% coverage with aproximate magnification of 0.7x. More technical detail of Nikon D600 you can read on website.


Another Nikon D600 review comes from website. You can read on this review about D600’s capability of rattling off 42 Fine JPEG files consecutively at 5.5 fps before the buffer slows up, while at the same rate, 16 RAW files can be captured. The author of this review concludes:

For many photographers, Nikon has it the sweet spot with the D600 – a perfect blend of size, image quality, performance and price. … The full-frame chip that they’ve managed to squeeze into it delivers excellent results, with the level of detail, noise performance and colour reproduction really impressing.


While the Nikon D600 does not have the same full magnesium-alloy frame like the D800, it still has a tough body covered with magnesium alloy on the top and the rear of the camera. More about these things you can read on website.

Nikon D600 controls image



Images shot up to ISO 1600 are largely noise-free, with even ISO 3200 producing minimal artefacts. More about performance of D600 you can read on Nikon D600 review from The experts of this website conclude:

 The superb sensor, extensive yet accessible features and compactness make the Nikon D600 an exceptionally user-friendly full-frame.


The Nikon D600 becomes the latest Nikon DSLR to offer the ability to record uncompressed video to an external video recording connected via its HDMI port. More abou this you can read on Nikon D600 review from


Nikon D600 LCD monitor

Nikon D600 details

Nikon D600 dual SD card slots

D600 front view

Nikon D600 DSLR camera with lens

Nikon D600 magnesium body detail

the lens of Nikon D600


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