How can I keep my D-600 when...

Started Sep 30, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Peter Damroth OP Contributing Member • Posts: 611
Re: Upgrade to D800
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user_name wrote:

If the camera is really generating revenue you probably can make an economic case to upgrade to the D800.

If you can get your money back spent of the D600, buy a new D800 and be done with it.

That assumes that your currently scheduled jobs can pay off the extra $1,000 needed to upgrade in a timely fashion.

I also don't know what you consider the cost of the downtime to keep sending in a camera after a few hundred shutter activations is, but it would seem to be pretty expensive to me.

I have many other cameras...... But I wanted a 24mp file.

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