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| Re: Thinking of having the D600 || |
Now that I own one I find it as nice a compliment to the D800e as my D300 was to my D700.
Interestingly, the very thing Nikon is touting about the D600 is what you do not like about it.
FROM THEIR WEBSITE:
Nikon engineers trimmed both the size and weight without
sacrificing ruggedness. The D600 uses durable magnesium
alloy for the top and rear frames, which helps keep it light
while protecting the sensitive technologies within from
accidental shock. Extensive weather sealing gives the D600
dust- and moisture-proof protection that is just as reliable as
its higher-end cousins, the Nikon D800 series, allowing you
to work in harsh environments.