Nikon D600 Digital Camera Review
Nikon's D600 is just a strong as the D800, minus the extra resolution.
Nikon's interfaces are typically expert-oriented, with far more of an emphasis on shortcuts and hotkeys than menu navigation. Fans of the Nikon method will love operating the D600, which is very much a traditional example of their control philosophy. What few changes do exist include a new dual-function, dual-locking, mode / drive mode dial.
Another important point is that the D600 is actually faster than the D800. While the D800 could only export its 36 megapixel files at a rate of 4 frames per second, the D600 is capable of 5.5. True, neither one of these are really ideal for sports photography, but hey, an upgrade is an upgrade.
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