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Nikon D600 crushes competition in DxOMark tests: Amazingly in stock for $2099

I am really excited about the Nikon D600 as a new, less-expensive, way to get high-performance full-frame images. Mine is arriving tomorrow, and I'll be writing more hands-on when I get it. But in the meantime, I was blown away by the amazing test results achieved by the D600 by the folks over at DxOMark. In their exhaustive tests the D600 bested not only the Canon 5D Mark III, but Nikon's own D4 for low-light performance and overall image quality... Read more »

Canon launches new full-frame EOS 6D in response to Nikon D600, updates p&s with PowerShot S110 and PowerShot G15

Canon EOS 6D Digital Camera (Body Only)It didn’t take long for Canon to respond to Nikon’s D600 announcement with a $2100 full-frame DSLR of its own. I covered the introduction along with the PowerShot S110 and PowerShot G15 announcements for Extremetech.com, so you can get all the details there. You can learn more and place pre-orders at B&H, $2099 for the Canon EOS 6D, or get on the notification list for the Canon PowerShot S110, or for the Canon PowerShot G15.

Nikon D600: Finally a full-frame camera for the rest of us!

Remember when I wrote that I wished Nikon would make a camera with specs similar to the Canon 5D Mark III, but at a lower price? well now they have and it sounds awesome. the Nikon D600 is a 24mp 5.5t fps monster tucked into a package not much bigger than a Nikon D7000. Somehow it also manages to have a 100 percent viewfinder and a pop up flash. All that for $2100 from B&H, shipping next weekRead more »

Nikon cuts off mom & pop repair shops–fair or foul?

Nikon USA has decided to stop supplying camera parts to any repair shops which are not Nikon Authorized Repair Stations (NARS). As explained by customer service Director David Dentry on dpreview, this move is designed to improve service quality and timeliness for Nikon-toting photographers. Predictably this has caused a bit of a dust-up, but it is hard to say whether detractors are making a mountain out of a molehill. In my case, I wouldn’t normally have thought much about it – NPS is an overnight package away – but since Nikon will not repair Infrared-converted or otherwise modified cameras, I did have to find an alternative…. Read more »

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