Nikon D600 Digital Camera Review
Nikon's D600 is just a strong as the D800, minus the extra resolution.
Aside from the obvious difference in megapixel resolution, the D600 seems to offer few advantages or disadvantages over the D800's image quality, but for $1000 less, that's amazing. We're particularly impressed by this camera's color accuracy, which surpasses the D800, as well as its noise reduction capabilities, which hang in there with the very best cameras on the market today.
Sadly, some of the D800's problem areas have also been carried over. White balance, especially the automatic algorithm, struggles under all lighting conditions except the sun. Still, image quality is fantastic overall and every obstacle present in our testing can be overcome with patience or preparation.
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