Nikon D600 teardown

The website published their detailed instructions and pictures on how to teardown a Nikon D600 camera. Here is their conclusion:

Nikon D600 Repairability Score: 2 out of 10 (10 is easiest to repair)

  •   The battery can be easily replaced by opening the compartment with your thumbnail.
  •  The tripod mount comes off after removing four Phillips #00 screws.
  •   The D600 has several wires that need to be desoldered in order to take it apart.
  •   Many, many screws hold the device together.
  •   The LCD is fused to the rear case, and cannot be swapped without replacing the entire back of the camera.
  •   For absolute safety, you need to discharge the flash capacitor, otherwise you risk accidentally killing your camera.

Update: Chipworks published more details on the Sony IMX128 sensor inside the D600.

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