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"RE: Synch speed"

PerroneFord Silver Member Nikonian since 07th Apr 2011
Fri 01-Feb-13 06:48 PM

The D70 has a different type of shutter. Practically no one uses it any more. Longevity was an issue apparently.

As to why the D600 has a 1/200 shutter when most other models are 1/250, I cannot say other than it was probably a cost saving feature. I grew up with 1/60 or 1/125 synch speeds, so it's all great to me!

-P


>I'm wondering if anyone has an idea as to why Nikon made the
>D600 with an X-synch of 1/200, versus the 1/250 of nearly
>every other DSLR they made, or the 1/500 of the D70? It seems
>a step backwards without any discernible reason as to why.
>
>(yes, I know a lot of other brands synch at slower speeds, but
>I'm wondering why Nikon went backwards)

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