D7000 VF only slightly smaller of viewing display.Originally Posted by ricleo
Just for example the rear LCD display.
2.5" via 3" got different?
But still can see of the full picture preview.
If compare from viewing 95% via 100% that's lot of different.
actually i disagree. 95% vs 100% is for coverage, what gets cut off, which is important.
relative viewfinder size is important as well because it determines how big the view is. I was surprised that the full frame prism, and a 100% one (compared to d700) can be squeezed into a DX size VF.
Yes I agree with you.Originally Posted by ricleo
I get your point, if viewing from FX at 100% should be no problem and the viewing just like D7000.
If switch to DX lens would be remain the full view and added DX smaller of DX box right..
That's I wanna find it up.. He he
the 1st FF camera made outside japan, nice budget cam
I am testing the d600 with the 24-120 f4, 24-85 and the 28-300. Will start to post this weekend. Bad news or good news is that it rains everyday. So you can really see what the combinations can do in bad light.
can't wait!!!Originally Posted by ortega
btw can take the opportunity to test its weather sealing capabilities
going through some files now, the dynamic range is just as impressive as my d800
cos u mentioned raining these few days ma...hence my suggestion lolOriginally Posted by ortega
this is the 3 lenses that i tested with the D600 from left to right
• AF-S NIKKOR 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR
• AF-S NIKKOR 24-120mm f/4G ED VR
• AF-S NIKKOR 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR
will they perform on the D600? lets have a look
shot with the 24-85, this is the full image
F8 1/250s ISO1600
and the same image with 100% crop, notice the holes in the leather
this is the same file with a little editing to pull up the shadow details from the floor of the car, you can even see how dirty it is
Last edited by ortega; 28th September 2012 at 10:49 PM.
the same key but this time shot with the 24-120 f4
f8 1/200s ISO1600
and this with the 28-300
f8 1/250s ISO1600
talking about dynamic range
24-85 f5.6 1/25s ISO800
with details pulled up