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Help newbie with D600 pic issue

bill_enh

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bill_enh Registered since 25th Mar 2008
Sat 29-Sep-12 07:29 PM | edited Sat 29-Sep-12 07:30 PM by bill_enh

Hi,

I still consider myself a noob because I really dont spend a lot of time on photography....yet, but retirement is just around the corner.

Anyway, I bought the D600 and havent really used it for anything yet with the exception of taking some pics of my D90 for my "for sale" post.

Being in a rush I used the D600 like a point and shoot and snapped off some pics of my D90. My issue is that all the pics seem to vary quite a bit in color.

I changed the aperture a couple of times and had it in auto iso, most pics are iso6400 at f8. I had a small light tent sitting on a bench under the fluorescent lights in the room, no other lighting or flash.

The pics just seem to vary a lot. They were taken at different times but all within a half hour.

Here are the pics with exif intact, they were only cropped and resized. Any insight will be useful.

www.nikonians.org/forums/dcboard.php?az=show_topic&forum=137&topic_id=106615&mesg_id=106615&page=

Thanks,
Bill

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