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Live View Issues with the D600

The D600 can also use the D800 / D800E Live View Tip for Better Definition.

Live View with the D600 does not suffer the ugly jagged “gapping” caused by the oddball every-3rd-row of the Nikon D800. On the other hand, using one less level of magnification on the D800 more or less neutralizes this difference, and looks superior on the D800 to the D600’s full magnification. In the field, I had no difficulty achieving every bit as good a focus with the D800 as with the D600, so I deem this a non-issue.


Even in manual mode, the D600 Live View suffers two serious bugs and usability issues:

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