WhaleShark: dpreview has done a disservice to readers by not clearly pointing out that the D600 is a total fail as a serious video tool - even though Nikon is trying to sell it as one.
Why?1) Audio gain (& headphone level) cannot be adjusted while shooting (source: Nikon USA website)2) Aperture (and hence exposure) cannot be adjusted while shooting (source: the preview above)3) As if that wasn't enough, the Nikon website also says that the HDMI output 'may' not have the same pixel dimensions as those that you chose -- in other words, the 1080x1920 output will be what? All sorts of post-production stupidity might result from this.
I would have loved to have listened to the stream of expletives that must have been flowing from the lips of the poor suckers who had to shoot Nikon's doc-style promo videos with these. No wonder so many shots look wooden and set up.
What could have been a nice stills and video camera is actually just a nice stills camera with useless video buttons on it.
All we have is a Canon fanboy that is very embarrassed!
At long last! ;-) I'm downloading it IMMEDIATELY!
Sdaniella: 24.00p looks like fun... in a 3.2/3.6 lbs bare bodies...http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/professional/products/professional_cameras/cinema_eos_cameras
6.0/6.4 lbs fully loaded (choice) + (add lens)
rivals start at 5 - 5.3, and 10 lbs bare...
You really look like you're sapmming for Canon!You might take it easy, if you want anybody to believe you!