Nikon D600 review, part 6. Lenses. A hundred thousand I’s in We: compatibility with the huge FX and DX family.

The F mount, which attaches lenses to the camera, was developed by Nikon as early as 1959. With some modifications it has survived to this day. Today the camera system with this lens mount has the world’s largest stock of lenses. Among all this variety you can find autofocus, special, telefocus, wide angle and even rare American lenses with manual focus, adapters for microscopes, telescopes.

Photo lenses

  • The versatile F mount makes it possible to use with the Nikon D600 the world’s largest set of lenses: autofocus, special, tele, wide-angle, manual focus lenses, from very old to the most modern.
  • Nikkor’s new line of FX-format lenses with Nano Crystal Coat for the highest image quality.
  • The Nikon D600 mount allows the use of “cropped” lenses designed for DSLRs with an APS sensor. These lenses are smaller, lighter and cheaper.
  • The ability to use older lenses can save a decent amount of money.

The Nikon D600 is also compatible with a large fleet of modern DX-standard lenses produced by both Nikon and third-party manufacturers for DSLR cameras with a 24x16mm APS-C sensor.

With these lenses, the camera automatically shows the true image that will appear on the image sensor on the LCD display, and a limiting frame appears in the viewfinder for accurate framing.

DX mode can also be forced on when working with full-frame optics. With all this variety of optics, the Nikon D600 camera is not just a camera, but a versatile digital tool for a wide variety of genres and areas of both applied and artistic photography.

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