NIKON D600 - uncompressed video out

  • cinecameratv avatar
    cinecameratv 13 Sep 2012 13:07
    "For the highest video quality, the camera can also output uncompressed 8-bit Full HD video during recording through the HDMI port. This enables you to use an outboard recorder to capture footage for rich detail and image fidelity."

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/indepth/announcements/nikon-d600-bridges-gap-between-professional-and-enthusiast?BI=9010&kw=D600Article
  • Normstock avatar
    Normstock 13 Sep 2012 15:19
    also 60p at 720

    Nikon D600
  • ruchos avatar
    ruchos 16 Sep 2012 12:13
    Has anyone seen any full-rez video samples (available for download) from the D600?
  • cinecameratv avatar
    cinecameratv 16 Sep 2012 15:41
    I would suspect that the Nikon-promo-teasers at youtube were recorded from the HDMI output.

    A clean HDMI out by Nikon may put some pressure to Canon to remove the overlays in their 7D, Mkii and Mkiii HDMI signals.
  • Changed 16 Sep 2012 15:46 by cinecameratv ""
  • kk5hy avatar
    kk5hy 21 Sep 2012 14:04
    Seems the D600 doesn't have full manual in movie mode. I'm sure like when the 5D came out with the same problem that it will be fixed with a software upgrade but that is really a dumb move on Nikon to release that.
  • ruchos avatar
    ruchos 21 Sep 2012 15:00
    Disappointing. Clean HDMI and many other points were making it look like a great buy. It's just the aperture control again though, right?
  • kk5hy avatar
    kk5hy 21 Sep 2012 15:05
    Not sure, I just saw a post by Phillip Bloom that said he had a talk with Nikon about this issue.

    But I would guess that is correct about the aperture control.

    I'm sure it will be corrected, but when is the question.
  • Changed 21 Sep 2012 15:06 by kk5hy ""
  • ruchos avatar
    ruchos 21 Sep 2012 15:10
    Nikon don't have a great track record correcting things like that.
  • kiratsinhjadeja avatar
    kiratsinhjadeja 22 Sep 2012 12:16
    Mansurov's may have something about this.