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

Started Sep 30, 2013 | Discussions thread
sgoldswo
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Re: Upgrade to D800
In reply to user_name, Sep 30, 2013

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'll be honest, I had some beautiful files out of my D800E over the weekend, but I'm still of the view that for me it would have made more sense to stick with the D600 rather than upgrading for resolution.

24mp is, in some ways, superior. It's a pity the shutter speed isn't 1/8000.

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