Thinking I should skip the D600 and get D800 or D4

Started Jan 17, 2013 | Discussions thread
shotshot Forum Member • Posts: 93
Re: Thinking I should skip the D600 and get D800 or D4

I think you're spending too much time listening to a bunch of people who have biased opinions. There really is nothing wrong with the D600, the issue it does have or I should say some of the bodies have is minor. Many camera bodies have had this issue before even Canon so don't believe the hype. If you want to spend the money on the D4 go for it but it doesn't take a genius to see the amazing shots people are getting with the D600 and you can't tell the difference between it and a D4. If anything it's producing better shots albeit at a slower FPS. Don't believe me though, you can see for yourself. Remember, it's rare for a happy customer to hit the forums to rejoice about how perfect their camera is when they are busy out in the world shooting. It's the ones with issues that sit on the forums all day beating a dead horse. Just yesterday someone put up a post with a link to flickr of them shooting a surf comp at Mavericks and the shots are great, if the D600 was capable of those extreme weather/conditions and still produced I don't know what you're afraid of. Best of luck on any decision you make I'm sure the right tool for you will be rewarding regardless

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