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| p.1 #2 · 6d or D600 for still photographer movie set |
D600 - better autofocus, built in flash (if that matters), dual card slots, a little bigger (which could be good or bad depending on your hands)
6D - Built-in wifi, built in GPS, some sort of silent mode (though the D600 has quiet mode, which may be the same, I'm not sure)
If those features don't matter, then I think it really comes down to personal preference. I think they're both great in low-light, have pretty much the same target audience, etc.
We're all going to biased on brands. Some here will scream, "Go Canon because...." while the same will be said from the Nikon folks. I'm a Nikon shooter, but I also shoot Canon. Personally, I don't think it matters squat between those two cameras. They'll both be fine on set or at a wedding and they're both good wedding cameras.
If you need pro-glass, (f/2.8 zooms), then Canon's offerings are typically less expensive than Nikon's. However I like Nikon's glass better. Personal preference. Both companies have pluses and negatives. Nikon's user support has been rather marginal lately, and I think Canon has the lead there.
I'd buy a D600 because I already have lenses for it. I really like the fast Nikon primes, but Canon's are good too.
Do you have any idea what your lens needs will be?
Sorry, I know I didn't tell you which camera to buy. Others here probably will. In the end, it's really not going to matter much since you're not married to either system and they're both great. If one sucked, then we wouldn't be having this conversation to begin with.