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Nikon D600 Accessories
24 MP FX, 5.5 FPS, 2-SD cards, $2,099
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Nikon D600

Nikon D600 (30.0 oz./850 g with battery and card) with 24-85mm VR. enlarge. This free website's biggest source of support is when you use these links, especially this link to the body at Adorama, and the kit with 24-85mm VR at Adorama and all the versions and accessories at Adorama, or this link to it at Amazon, when you get anything, regardless of the country in which you live. Thank you! Ken.


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MB-D14 Grip     top of Nikon D600 Review      top of specs page

The new MB-D14 grip ($275) is unique to the D600.

It uses either the usual EN-EL15 Li-ion Battery, or six AAs (alkaline, Ni-MH or lithium).


Nikon D600 with 24-85 VR and MB-D14 Grip. enlarge.



Front, Nikon MB-D14. enlarge.



Back, Nikon MB-D14. enlarge.

If you keep one EN-EL15 in your D600 and a second in the grip, it will sequence between them seamlessly.

The MB-D14 grip has vertical controls, a shutter-release lock lever, an AE-L/AF-L button, a multi selector, and two command dials. It uses magnesium alloy for its exterior.

Nikon also sells replacement replacement MS-D14 AA holders ($45) and replacement MS-D14EN EN-EL15 holders ($45) separately for the MB-D14 grip.


EH-5B AC Adapter     top of Nikon D600 Review      top of specs page

There is an EH-5B AC Adapter ($80), which needs the EP-5B Power Connector ($50) to work.


GP-1 GPS     top of Nikon D600 Review      top of specs page

Nikon GP-1

Nikon GP-1 GPS module (not showing the dorky cord you need to connect it! )

GP-1 GPS module ($195).


WU-1b Wireless Mobile Adapter     D600 Review      top


Nikon WU-1b.

The new $50 WU-1b Wireless Mobile Adapter plugs into the D600's USB connector and then hangs out the side.

It allows two-way communication between the D600 and an iPhone or iPad or other Apple iDevice, or the Android. With an appropriate app (Nikon Wireless Mobile Adapter Utility), you can control the D600 remotely and see what it's doing via Live View on your iPod Touch or etc.

Once shot, the images also just fly into your iPad or whatever, from which you can send them out or do what you want with them.


ME-1 Stereo Mic     top of Nikon D600 Review      top of specs page

Nikon ME-1 stereo mic ($130).


ML-L3 Remote Release    D600 Review      top of specs page

ML-L3 Remote Control ($17).

Works with many other Nikons, too.


MC-DC2 Remote Cord     D600 Review      top of specs page

MC-DC2 Remote cord ($25).


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