I got my Nikon D600 today (more to come on the camera once I have tested it against my D3).
Below is just a quick video showing that the Nikon D600 is working with the Promote Control. However, using USB only as a connection is very slow, so I have the Promote Control shutter release for the D600 on the way which will increase capture time significantly (it has for other cameras in the past at least).
The D600 does 5.5 Frames Per Second in high speed capture. After attaching the Promote Control shutter release from the promote control to D600 it should increase the FPS capture rate significantly. In the past my experience has been that the FPS is just under the camera’s top FPS when using it attached to the promote control. I’ll report back with a new video clip once I have tested that out.
If you go to YouTube to watch, you can change the settings to 1280 x 720.
I know I have not posted here in months. But starting in a few weeks I will be posting far more often and more regularly. It will start off with me posting info about the HDR Training for Architectural Photography which has been a piece meal beta program since September 2010. I will finally have those updated workflow videos completed.
Those who signed up already will get access to those new workflow videos first via an email announcing how to download them. They will also get information how to access a private facebook group I’ll announce at that time for them to be able to communicate and share information back and forth with others that are in my training program.