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Yes, it's going to be just fine. There are a lot of tutorials and even on auto mode it's going to be good. For more information you can visit http://techexperience.net/go/nikon/
By Amazon Customer on May 5, 2016
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My son and I both own a D600. He has had sensor artifacts, but I have not.
By Larry Backus on December 28, 2013
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Most of the Amazon Marketplace vendors are not authorized Nikon USA dealers. Check the vendor against the Nikon site. Nonvendors, however, sometimes sell Nikon USA cameras with warranties. Send the camera back if there is no yellow warranty slip. The Nikon "recall" only applies to warranted cameras. Nikon has been in… see more Most of the Amazon Marketplace vendors are not authorized Nikon USA dealers. Check the vendor against the Nikon site. Nonvendors, however, sometimes sell Nikon USA cameras with warranties. Send the camera back if there is no yellow warranty slip. The Nikon "recall" only applies to warranted cameras. Nikon has been installing an updated shutter since April 2014. My experience says you'll likely need one if yours wasn't rebuilt after that date. see less
By Conflicted Consumer on May 18, 2014
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If you shoot with this lens. It will be at 10mpx. Not 24 mpx
By Kevin Brown on October 22, 2012
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Unless you are a professional photographer, you are automatically at the end of the line. I have seen at least a half-dozen camera bodies cleaned and shipped to Nikon Professionals and mine is still in the shop with a notation that literally says, "In Shop." So, I cannot tell you how long you will be without your cam… see more Unless you are a professional photographer, you are automatically at the end of the line. I have seen at least a half-dozen camera bodies cleaned and shipped to Nikon Professionals and mine is still in the shop with a notation that literally says, "In Shop." So, I cannot tell you how long you will be without your camera. Mine got to Nikon on 10/24/12 and today is 11/04/12 and it's still up in the air as to when I might be able use it again. see less
By Carl W. Alvers on November 4, 2012
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You would be best to look at the page for the WiFi adapter 'WU-1b' [ASIN:B0099Y1QM4] and maybe ask there. I think it just transfers a HD image, not 24Mp - ideal for web. The adapter is the 'hotspot', the droid is 'client' ... Further digging finds you can choose RAW+BasicJPG for speed (8s), RAW+FineJPG (20s) or RAW (a … see more You would be best to look at the page for the WiFi adapter 'WU-1b' [ASIN:B0099Y1QM4] and maybe ask there. I think it just transfers a HD image, not 24Mp - ideal for web. The adapter is the 'hotspot', the droid is 'client' ... Further digging finds you can choose RAW+BasicJPG for speed (8s), RAW+FineJPG (20s) or RAW (a few minutes, depending on IQ) Sharing is the same as any phone image ... see less
By EricD on September 2, 2013
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No it did not go off, the spots were increasing and the replaced camera also had the same issue, so returned it and looking for other models
By Soundappan on April 23, 2013
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Gold
By J. Geib on February 9, 2013
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They are virtually identical. The rumor is the D610 fixed the "oil spot" issue which many people saw with the 600.
By Nick Puleo on October 30, 2013