Rebecca and Varun (D600 Review Coming Soon!)

Group 3 120921 180435 85mm f1 4 120921 180502 85mm f1 4A 47 images

I’ve had the findings I need to review the Nikon D600 for a month, but I’ve been (not so) patiently awaiting the software I like to use to update to support files from the camera. Alas, this hasn’t happened yet, but I will listen to those of you who have clamored to hear more about it.

One big plus for it — it didn’t freeze up at all while shooting this 47-image panorama, while the D800 would have locked up several times from all that data coming in too fast.

Camera: Nikon D600
Lens: Lens: 47-image “Brenizer method” panorama with the Nikon 85mm f/1.4G (equivalent of 28mm f/0.45 according to Brett’s calculator)

Daniel Miller - Beautiful! greyscale+[sepia]tone and crop to 8×10.. you could almost swear it was taken with a large format field camera.

Alejandro Rivera - Marisela Salas de Portillo mire esta foto….. puede ver que el fondo es bastante grande y desemfocado?

Allen Collier - Hey Ryan My stitches seem to always be >1GB in size and about 150MP. is this a problem for you? must say though its some innovative thinking on your part, love the look.

Jeffrey Palmer - No matter how many times I see you use this technique, the results are always amazing. Another wonderful capture!

Matt Islam - I am hanging on between the D600 and D800 and I have to make a call to get one within the week…..please tell me your review is due in soon because I really really put weight to your recommendations…..mind sharing what you thought? Will it make you go Nikon? Is Nikon your primary camera brand now?

Reyner - Hi Ryan.
I’m wondering, what’s your preferred raw software?
I love the colours and all the fine details on your pictures.
Where and how do you “cook” the raw files to get them as we see?
Thank you very much for sharing and inspiring.

cmratu - superb, i like it so much.. just learn this brenizer method..