Any Samples of REAL D600 Images Spoiled By Oil Spots?

Started Dec 7, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Carl Maiorino
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What IS Necessary (And What I Asked For)...
In reply to eNo, Dec 10, 2012

...Are REAL images that were SPOILED by the spots.  And by spoiled, I mean rendered unusable or useable only with alot of difficult editing.

So far, all I see are the classic landscape shots where, as you correctly have pointed out, always show a couple spots at f/11 and lower.  Other than that, all I see are white walls at f/16 which also tell me nothing.

In the end, I didn't let the hysteria impact my decision, nobody could post the "smoking gun" image that probably doesn't even exist.  I bought the D600 on Friday and, after a weekend of shooting with it, I am happy with my purchase.  The image quality is a step up from the D3/D700.  No oil spots on mine, if there were they would be easy to deal with like they are with my D3.

Thank you to all who participated in this thread...I'm glad it stayed civil...

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