Good but the lenses are boring.
itkovian: Looks to me that the D4s is about 3 stops (iso) better than the Fuji XT1. Now, that ladies and gentlemen is impressive!
rowlandw: Some p&s's have an in-built ND filter feature. To my knowledge none of them has a grad ND feature covering, say, the upper half of the frame. I would buy one in a heartbeat.
Some smart phone camera apps have that for years.
Steven Wandy: Very interesting - but what is the difference in this patent's abilities and what they implemented in the EM10? Sounds like the same thing.
Markol: Sounds exciting, but so did the HTC One sensor concept.Let's wait and see, I for one was e.g. positively surprised by the Nexus 5 IQ which generally isn't being talked highly of.
HTC's current generation low pixel One sensor is pretty bad.
Why did you receive it so late?
gerard boulanger: Too small sensor, Nikon has to go DX on same concept
Fortunately that's not gonna happen.
Awesome 1 Nikkor lenses!
I love it!
steven_k: I wonder why the Sony A7 does not have as good high ISO performance as compared to the D600/610 ???
Why should it? It's a Sony.
Seriously? Those photos?!?
That was relatively quick for DPR!
Retzius: I bet the D620 comes out next year with wi-fi, gps, expeed4, and a dirty sensor.
Then they can release the D630 6 months later.
Won't happen. ;)
nasserdjawas: is this rain/water resistant?
dynaxx: I am confused ; I thought CMOS used a rolling shutter unlike the CCD sensor that exposes the entire 44mm X 33m frame simultaneously.
How can the H system lenses with their central ( global ? ) shutters work with both CCD and CMOS ?
CCD colours have always been better ( like the Fuji X-Pro 1, the last DSLR with CCD ) so this seems to be the trade-off versus practicality.
Oh well, the Fuji X-Pro 1 doesn't even have a CCD!
RichRMA: So does this mean all those D600's languishing on dealer shelves will be sent back, fixed and sent back to the dealers for sale, or will it be the responsibility of the customer? Imagine the logistics of this for Nikon.
True but that's just on the Amazon marketplace. The big reputable dealers don't have any left.
AlexBakerPhotoz: Well, good. I did have mine fixed once already a year ago and at that time they replaced the shutter and the CCD and it's clearly been much better. I also wonder if I sent it in again if I'd get the D610 shutter or another D600 one. I'm thinking D610. What would be the point of using the old ones if they even have any left in inventory.
Wow, your D600 had a CCD! lol
Xentinus: What about D7000 owners?!
What about D610 owners?!
For most people who had this issue a new shutter didn't fix the oil problem in the past and Nikon is replacing the D600's shutter since the early days.