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The D700 is a great camera for the price, but honestly....I rarely found myself using full-frame when working. Now I shoot at nightclubs, bars, concert halls and other dimly lit places so the D700 did not offer me more than my current K-5 does (besides the TTL functionality). I will admit though, the AF tracking on the D700 is probably better but I don't do any sports at the moment. I use the Tamron 70-200/2.8 exclusively and I have had 0 issues tracking sandpipers, eagles, gulls, egrets...etc. Perhaps when Spring arrives and I make it back to NH or MA I MIGHT try out the D600. At the moment there is no Canon body that even peaks my interest, which of course is my own personal preference. BTW, the 3 camera makes you mentioned can have the market share....I like being the oddball!