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Hence my surprise and this thread.
I don't have currently the D600 image on my webserver, but I'll use the D800 as a proxy (The D600 is a tad better than the D800 in this category).
D3x, ISO 6400, f8, 1/8 sec, 2560x1440
D800, ISO 6400, f8, 1/8 sec, 2560x1440
I did show this D600 image in my D600 thread here, but for the sake of this discussion, I'll repost. The D600 is especially good in night photography at base ISO.
The original image at 10pm and moonlight (exposure on the dark side, to avoid blown highlights in the mountain village)
Exposure: 30 sec, f8, ISO 100
Brought up DL in CNX2 (50,HQ), 1920x1280
The filters in front of the D3X sensor are better than the D600 filters.
The sensor quality in all areas goes to the D600 sensor (noise, dynamic range).
The question is: Is it relevant for your shooting, or do other aspects of a camera outweigh this part?