The only areas where you would choose something different for the D610 would be based on the limitation of the camera - and there are not many. That would include limitations on the number of AF points, number of frames in a multiple exposure, etc. But generally the sports and wildlife settings are the same on both cameras. I shoot both cameras and my setting differences are image specific.
For sports - shutter speed makes a big difference, but that crosses all camera models. The general AF settings, ISO, etc. would be the same.
>Question, >I thought that you posted link on setting modes in the d610 >Ie sports, landscape etc. I cant find it >If it was you could you re post or email it to me > >Thanks in advance,, >Preston
Don't know if this is too late, however KEN ROCKWELL gave a very good write up of the D600/610 and included his personal settings so if you go to his site the settings are a good starting point. I always use several sites prior to buying a new camera and his is one of them
I think what Brian is saying is that Ken Rockwell's review and recommendation is not on the recommended list for most members. Rockwell likes the D600 - and I do to. But he has a number of unusual preferences that are specific to his ideas.
I totally agree and said that the settings are a starting point not written in stone! I like most people on this site have the ability to use my own judgment when it comes to both written statements and settings for a camera. (I assume that Mr.Rockwell is not on Brian's Christmas list!!) However it seems a shame that under Resources, links and settings we do not have any specific settings for a D600/610 but suggest using a D800 setup and not include the non transferable settings. This would be especially useful to a new or prospective user of, in my mind a great camera.
I, for sake of my curiosity, recently did Mike Hagen setup for my new D610 and spent a day photographing Manhattan streets. It works well, But for me as the street photographer Ken Rockwell setup is more preferable. Reason: In New York shooting condition changes in seconds sun by cloud, or sun by shade. Else, I feel there in Nikonians community presence of some corporatism and competitiveness. I think both Ken Rockwell and Mike Hagen are great. David
Dear Sages. I have very carefully read this topic, so let me post my question in another way. What is the difference in term of a program of D600 vs D610? I did not find any ones in my practice of using both cameras set with Rockwell settings, which serve me well. Please correct me, if I wrong. My website is: https://www.flickr.com/photos/gentlehug/