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I already have an epic sensor dirt spot problem (after one week of use I literally have hundreds of spots, mostly piled top-left...the infamous issue amplified...).
But I wonder if I also have a less common problem...
Ever since my first test-pic with the camera, I noticed a green tint to its images (confirmed by viewing on a calibrated monitor, so not just the D600's LCD). I quickly offset the WB by stepping down from green a few notches. This made the images look better (tho' still not ideal).
Here are two pics (each with a 100% crop), neutral JPG's, no post-processing at all...One is at standard WB, and the other is with the green turned all the way down.
I'm sure you see the green lines...looks like a green version of chromatic aberration, but the lens was stopped down to f8. This green is seen in any image...with or without flash. Only when I take it out of the WB-configuration does its influence wane.
What do you think? Please see pics: