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| p.1 #15 · p.1 #15 · Some thought on the D600, and its relation to the D 700 and X Pro 1 |
Who said I just do landscapes. I occasionally dabble in other types of photography including "strobist" type work.
BTW, just finished a model shoot where the D 600 had some autofucus issues (used a 70-200 VR f2.8 I) Oddly enough, no issue with the AF of the X Pro 1.
No one said you just did landscapes, at least I didn't say that. But in the very beginning you said you were discussing the differences from the viewpoint of a LANDSCAPE photographer:
Just posted an article discussing the D 600 from the viewpoint of a landscape photographer. Tried to provide a sense of its relation to the D 700, and new Fuji Trans X cameras.
So when you then made the comment about that the flash sync speed might cause some D700 users to not want to switch, I was simply reminding you that based on YOUR original premise of the writeup being for Landscape photographers, that as landscape photographers the flash sync speed would rarely ever be in our thoughts... I put it out there as a friendly reminder based on your premise not mine.
PS.. for me, having used the D700 for years, and now having shot the D600 a couple of times at the beach, I would say that it would make a very capable replacement for the D700, the increased resolution and DR, the better high ISO handling is awesome. The D600 appears to focus very well in dimly lit areas. It would take a little getting used to for someone who comes from a D700 in regards to button placement, and it doesn't use the 10 pin connecter for the remote release. But besides that, I think the D600 would be a great replacement where it counts the most, the image quality.