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How to replace rear screen for Nikon D600

Step 1


Entry level + full-frame = Nikon D600. Let's see what it's got.
24.3 megapixel FX full-frameCMOS sensor
5.5 frames per second continuous shooting
ISO 100-6400 (expandable to 25,600)
3.2" TFT LCD
Dual SD card slots
Full-frame? What does that mean, you ask? Simply put, a full-frame sensor is the same size as a 35 mm (36×24 mm) film negative. A larger sensor means larger images with greater resolution, even when blown up to large print sizes.
Before we go any further, we'd like to give a big thanks toChipworks for helping us with the teardown, and for providing the awesome sensor images you'll see below.

Step 2

Before we take a look inside the D600, let's take a look at its port side, aptly located on theport side of the camera.
Headphone jack
Stereo microphone Input
Hi-speed USB
HDMI output: Type C mini-pin HDMI connector
GP-1 GPS unit input

Step 3

Starboard, ho!Unlike the D800 and the D4, which feature CompactFlash andXQD card slots, respectively, the D600 sports dual SD card slots.
Even though SD cards are not as fast as CompactFlash or XQD modules, they are significantly smaller and lighter, allowing Nikon's engineers to keep the D600's exterior dimensions in check.
Oooh là là! The exposure mode selection dial atop the D600 has a lock button in its center. Say 'so long' to accidental dial turns!

Step 4


If you're used to wielding a Nikon D7000, holding a D600 may start to feel like déjà vu. Let's compare the two and see how similar they really are.
Even without the different exterior markings, distinguishing the D600 from the D7000 is pretty easy once the body cap is removed, exposing the comparatively gigantic viewfinder mirror.
A shot of the camera controls reveals very similar button counts, button locations, and button functions

Step 5


The D600 seems to have a slight size advantage, but how slight is "slight?"
Check out this shot of what appears to be the D7000 by itself. Look closer, though, and you will notice that the D600 hides quite nicely behind the similarly sized D7000. Apparently "slight" really is slight!
Do not get the two cameras confused, though. They may look simlar on the outside, but the full-frame sensor in the D600 will certainly raise the bar as far as photo quality goes.

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