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clarnibass
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Feb 24, 2013 23:39 |  #811

More thna a few people with the D600 reported the issue didn't stop and not even significantly reduced after many more shots than 3,000. I've seen this problem on several other models, including other Nikons and Canons, but the D600 has a significantly more of it and a lot more of them have this issue it seems.

Re oil or dust, Nikon just says users report an issue but they don't actually say what it is. I mean, they write dust, but obviously they write it in the vaguest way possible. I'm wondering if someone will be determined enough to try to test it at a lab to find out.


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Mar 01, 2013 13:58 |  #812

is anyone with a D600 posting photos here? Might as well here.. the nikon forums aren't very active/alive :( I went from a pretty dead thread of T1i owners to a pretty dead thread of D600 owners D:

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Mar 20, 2013 14:17 |  #813

Bazinga wrote in post #15370299 (external link)
People on other forums are also claiming newer production units don't have the oil issue.

But all units have the green/cyan white balance issue.




  
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Mar 20, 2013 14:28 |  #814

Crashoran wrote in post #15736565 (external link)
But all units have the green/cyan white balance issue.

Where is this green/cyan issue? On the lcd?




  
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Mar 20, 2013 17:59 |  #815

there is no issue.. the files are just slightly greener by default. You just have to adjust the white balance on camera or in post. The dust issue is definitely there for me...will require cleanings ever several thousand shots, but it has gotten better. It's easy enough to clean up dust spots in post....and they only show up if you stop down a lot, anyway.

here are a few of my recent shots. I'm just astounded by the IQ. The dynamic range is just ridiculous. You can easily "add fill flash in post" even when taking a shot against a harsh backlight (original shot almost being a black silhouette of the subject) - just need to lower highlights and pull shadows (selectively with brush). There is just ridiculous amounts of room for error/enhancement in post... Of course, part of this is the fact that I switched to full frame. Still, there's a reason why this camera scores so high for dynamic range and color depth. Just look at my pics from a month and half ago before I upgraded to this camera.

All of these were taken with cheap 50mm 1.8 lens.

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this last one with the cheap 85mm 1.8 AF lens (older than G and D versions).
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Mar 20, 2013 18:10 |  #816

hyogen wrote in post #15737334 (external link)
there is no issue.. the files are just slightly greener by default. You just have to adjust the white balance on camera or in post.

If there's a cast I'm not really looking for it. I have WB profiles for Canon and Nikon. I religiously use my ColorChecker Passport and it's a great tool for not only WB correction but, for color correction. If one knows anything about color management, fixing a WB /cast isn't really an issue. My only assumption is that he just hates Nikon and is a full fledged Canonite. ;)




  
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